Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Commission Continues Expansion
Posted Thursday, January 16, 2020 - 5:22 pm
By Laura Coleman
The Beverly Hills Arts and Culture Commission kicked off its first meeting of the year on Jan. 14 by reaffirming its priority to maintain a robust arts program for the City.
Following its recognition of the successful Jan. 12 ribbon-cutting ceremony for the North Canon mural “Thousand Regards/Shape of Color” by Tomokazu Matsuyama, the Commission spent much of the meeting discussing the slate of artistic opportunities in store for locals and visitors in the coming year.
The Commission enthusiastically agreed to work with the Beverly Hills Historical Society (beverlyhillshistoricalsociety.org) to provide “listening tour” presentations, accessible via one’s smartphone, throughout the City.
“It’s a natural fit, and we want to work with you,” said Commission Vice Chair Carolyn Hiller following a presentation by the Society’s president Phil Savenick.
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