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Arts and Entertainment

Santa Clarita Arts and Entertainment

Art and Entertainment news form around the Santa Clarita Valley.  Santa Clarita provides great fun and entertainment with events including music in the park, a unique art exhibit, a national cycling tour, outdoor recreation and more.

    2014 “cArt aRt” Competition Winners Announced

    Winners of the 2014 “cArt aRt” competition were announced by city of Santa Clarita officials on Friday.Grand Prize: "Recycle Tron"

    Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson Inducted Into Walk Of Western Stars

    Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson each received a tile in Newhall's Walk of Western Stars Thursday, during a special induction ceremony. It was part of the "Rockin' Rodeo"-themed SENSES block party and a kick off to the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival.

    Santa Clarita Resident Publishes Second Book On Joyful Marriage

    A longtime Santa Clarita resident has published her second book, titled, “Couple Corners: 52 Faithful Choices for a More Joy-Filled Marriage,” officials announced Monday.


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    Willie Nelson Plays Sellout Crowd At Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center At COC

    Willie Nelson and his family of musicians played to a sold-crowd at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons on Saturday

    2014 Congressional Art Competition Deadline Approaches

    The deadline for high school students to submit artwork to the 2014 Congressional Art Competition is April 21. High school students from each congressional district will compete for a chance to have their artwork displayed in the Cannon Tunnel.

    Valencia High School Student Speaks Against Addiction Through Music Video

    Hayden Rusk, 16, has a passion for making films with a message. His "Child Abduction PSA" won an award at the All American High School Film Festival in October, and his new music video "Sloppy Seconds," speaks to the consequences of drug addiction.

    Newhall Art SLAM Combines Food And Art With Cheese Theme

    Cheese lovers can attend Thursday’s Art SLAM event to admire artwork created with real cheese and enjoy free samples of cheesy dishes offered by Santa Clarita eateries. 

    Build A Fairy House To Support The Domestic Violence Center

    Create your own miniature fairy house and then join the Domestic Violence Center for their second annual Fairy Berry Breakfast in May, when they will judge the fairy houses and auction them off to raise support for victims of abuse.

    Single Mothers Outreach Seeking Artists For Fundraising Event

    Single Mothers Outreach is seeking five artists to participate in the fifth annual Empowering HeArts fundraising event, SMO officials announced Wednesday.


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    Film, TV Job Retention Act Takes First Step Forward In Assembly

    The Assembly’s Arts and Entertainment Committee unanimously passed the California Film and Television Job Retention Act on Tuesday in Sacramento, Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, said Tuesday.Assembly Bill 1839 is “about keeping families together and keeping jobs in California,” said Wilk, the bill’s principal co-author. “As a member of the Arts Committee, I will continue to be an advocate for this job saving measure that is vital for our economy.” The California Film and Television Job Retention and Promotion Act extends the incentive program for an additional five years; includes a 5 percent increase in the tax credit for filming done outside the Los Angeles Zone; offers a 25 percent credit for television shows relocating to California in the first year and modifies the requirement from 75 percent of production days having to occur in California to 75 percent of principal photography days having to occur in California, all in order to ensure more jobs are created here.