STNC Arts, Recreation & Culture Committee
The Arts, Recreation & Culture Committee consists of a minimum of 5 Sunland-Tujunga stakeholders with no more than two STNC board members.
Committee Chair: Joe DeCenzo
Purpose: to nurture and promote artistic endeavors and cultural events within the community; to provide a resource for and expand the awareness of the growing diversity of our neighborhoods. STARC works to provide local artists and cultural organizers with the nexus of public space, venues and available support to aid in the achievement of relevant projects. STARC also encourages the use and preservation of existing recreation space and advocates for future funding and expansion as a necessary means for the growth of social interaction among our community.
For meeting agendas and minutes as well as upcoming event flyers, click on the committees menu and then click on the Arts, Recreation & Culture Committee. Refer any questions to the STNC office at 818-951-7411 or [email protected]
Committee meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at various locations. Check the calendar for the meeting location and meeting agenda.
Committee Members: Michelle Wadler*, K.T. Travers*, Gerardo Barrientos, Debby Beck,
Lucy Berman, Scott Froschauer, Dawn Jenkins, Eric Santiestvan
*Indicates STNC Board Member
IN CONFORMITY WITH THE SEPTEMBER 16, 2021 ENACTMENT OF CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY BILL 361 (RIVAS) AND DUE TO CONCERNS OVER COVID-19, THE SUNLAND-TUJUNGA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE CONDUCTED ENTIRELY WITH A CALL-IN OPTION OR INTERNET-BASED SERVICE OPTION.
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AB 361 Updates:
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