San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural C...

San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center set to open in Tarzana

There are 3 comments on the LA Daily News story from Feb 18, 2014, titled San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center set to open in Tarzana. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

Work continues at the future site of an arts and cultural center on Oxnard Street in Tarzana on Feb. 17, 2014.

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Eric Devezin

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Feb 23, 2014
This is wonderful. If you're aware of the Arts. Its important to understand culture can form invisible bonds between members in a community, this can hold people with the same cultural background together, passing on their values. This propogation of values can not only transmit culture knowledge and retain the relationship among people, it also builds up a long term tradition for years to come. Culture is strengthened in this way because it gives background and reference to a future generation. More importantly, art and cultural lends a sense of people belonging to a country of its culture...
Carolyn Uhri

Los Angeles, CA

#2 May 28, 2014
Eric Devezin wrote:
This is wonderful. If you're aware of the Arts. Its important to understand culture can form invisible bonds between members in a community, this can hold people with the same cultural background together, passing on their values. This propogation of values can not only transmit culture knowledge and retain the relationship among people, it also builds up a long term tradition for years to come. Culture is strengthened in this way because it gives background and reference to a future generation. More importantly, art and cultural lends a sense of people belonging to a country of its culture...
Wow! You really get it, Eric! There is no civilization without the arts. Thank you for your wise words. I hope more will read them and take them to heart.

Carolyn Uhri
President, San Fernando Valley Arts Alliance
ericdevezin

South Gate, CA

#3 Mar 12, 2015
Carolyn Uhri wrote:
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Wow! You really get it, Eric! There is no civilization without the arts. Thank you for your wise words. I hope more will read them and take them to heart.
Carolyn Uhri
President, San Fernando Valley Arts Alliance
Absolutely!

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