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DUVALL CULTURAL COMMISSION

WASHINGTON STATE EDUCATION TASK FORCE IDENTIFIES ARTS EDUCATION AS A PRIORITY
Washington State Governor Gregoire's Washington Learns Task Force is charged with examining the state education system and offering ways to ensure a world-class education for all students. The task force has identified creativity and arts education as a priority area for reform in their draft report. Next, public input will be solicited regarding the recommendations and potential strategies associated with this reform, including increasing funding for the arts, revising curriculum, and improved teacher training and preparation in arts education. Visit the website for more information, or to download a pdf of the report.

DUVALL CULTURAL COMMISSION
Duvall Cultural Commissioners
Name Term Expiration
Tove Burhen 12/31/11
Sonya Gerhard 12/31/11
Tony Schuler, Chair 12/31/11
Jo Lacher 12/31/13
VACANT
VACANT
Tracy Beam, Secretary 12/31/12
Michael Nehl 12/31/12
VACANT 12/31/12
Steven Leniszewski, City of Duvall Liaison N/A

MEETINGS
The Duvall Cultural Commission meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Depot Building, 26227 Stephens Street NE, Duvall. All members of the public are welcome to attend.

MEETING MINUTES
For current minutes, please contact the Cultural Commission.
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Map to Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center (Cedarcrest High School)

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RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS

CASCADE COMMUNITY THEATRE
In partnership with the Duvall Cultural Commission (DCC), Cascade Community Theatre is a program of the Cascade Performing Arts Council (CPAC) that inspires creativity through educational programs in theatre arts for individuals of all ages, promotes personal growth by enabling active participation in planning, production, and performance, and delights our community with compelling entertainment in the Snoqualmie Valley. Our youth program has engaged elementary school students in theatre productions and educational workshops since 2003 and middle school students since 2005. Our community programs have been active since 2007. For more information, and to learn how you and your family can become involved, please visit our website.


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