BIG NEWS! The Reseda Theater will be Saved!
In a press release dated June 27, 2016, Councilman Bob Blumenfield announced that the Laemmle Theaters has been chosen to rebuild the Reseda Theater to show art, independent and foreign films. This will be the ninth Laemmle Theater in Los Angeles. This is GREAT news for Reseda and the Valley! The landmark Reseda sign will be preserved in the final design of the building. Read about it in the Daily News.
Laemmle Theaters is independent, family run, and not at all main stream – the perfect start and center for the new Reseda!
Laemmle has been supporting independent film makers for 78 years. Laemmle Theaters
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Monthly Artists Salon in Reseda
Artists, musicians, designers, etc., are invited to the open Artists Salon to talk about the arts, the arts in Reseda, and current events affecting the Reseda Renaissance. Salons are on the third Sunday of the month, in the home of Susie Fabrocini. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Center Stage Opera Joins the Renaissance!
The Center Stage Opera, the Valley’s very own opera company, is staging their 2015/16 season in Reseda! We have a hidden jewel in Reseda, the newly renovated Performing Arts Center inside the Regent Auditorium at Reseda High School. New lights and sound system, and it seats 1,200!
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New space available for community meetings and events
The Resedea Neighborhood Council moved into it’s new space at 18118 Sherman Way (in the front part of the Bank of America building) in July 2015. It’s a big space with plenty of room for community meetings and events. To book the space contact David Garner at 310-923-4502 or email email@example.com.
Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative Steering Committee has Wrapped
After a year of meeting regularly, the Steering Committee for The Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative (LANI) has finished what it set out to do – choose a design team and get feedback from the community on what people want to see developed on the Great Street, Sherman Way.
We held three public meetings where people gave their feedback on what they want to see developed on Sherman Way. Overwhelmingly, people said they wanted to see the Great Street be a hub for arts and entertainment.
A comprehensive conceptual plan document is being developed by the design team, Studio One Eleven, that will provide in depth descriptions of the improvements agreed upon by the community including detailed drawings, cost estimates, project phasing, and maintenance plans.
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