What we're about

The mission of the SFVACC is to advocate art and culture through exhibitions, education, music and theater. It is committed to promoting visual and performing arts by San Fernando Valley‐based artists, providing a cultural hub for our community and enriching the lives of artists and others. The organization embraces all forms of arts discipline and will continue to create a rich, artistic legacy in the San Fernando Valley. The Center is also actively involved in partnering with San Fernando Valley-based environmental and humanitarian organizations. The Center was created to provide a facility in the west-central San Fernando Valley, providing space for artists-in-residence, exhibits, classes, and a gathering place for all types of art and community events. In 2014 a suitable facility (the Center) was found. After major reconstruction of the leased industrial property, the SFVAC opened the Center in October 2014. This new Center now houses a professional gallery, artists’ studios, meeting, performance & educational space, workshop clean-up area, office and a gift shop.

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Voices of Jazz: Exploring Three Legends

San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center


January Jazz Muse Concert Series presents “Voices of Jazz: Exploring Three Legends” Vocalist Janis Mann celebrates the jazz vocal stylings of three legendary singers: Nina Simone, Carmen McRae, and Shirley Horn. Presenting both the signature and obscure songs that defined these artists, Janis highlights their contrasts and similarities. Once again, she is accompanied by a world class trio of musicians: Peter Smith on piano, Ken Wild on bass, and Kendall Kay on drums. Peter Smith is a renowned pianist and musical director for actress/singer Molly Ringwald. Ken Wild is a master bassist who has recorded with Barbra Streisand, Gloria Estafan, and many others. Kendall Kay is a first call drummer who is currently touring with Diane Schuur. Doors open at 7:00 pm so you can socialize and enjoy the new art exhibit – “Art Across the Valley.” The show will start at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $25 at the door and $15 for students. Snacks, wine and beer will be served. Get here early for the best seats.

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