Santa Ana City Council Launches New Arts and Culture Commission
84? She doesn't look a day over 50
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Downtown SanTana will have some bold new changes to look forward to as it was announced last week that the city council greenlit the formation of a new Arts and Culture Commission group to reinvigorate local arts and businesses in DTSA.
The United Artists of Santa Ana, one of the many groups angling for a slice of the quesadilla, issued a comprehensive manifesto on their site here that details their plans that seem more likely to come to fruition: celebrating the Santora Building's 84th Anniversary, the formation of a Film Commission, and the creation of jobs for artists and art businesses are just some of the things UASA hopes to achieve in the future.
The Santa Ana City Council will officially vote on the new Arts and Culture Commission on December 2nd. See you there!
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