September 24, 2001 Vol. VI, No. 3

New Brochure Offers Guide to the Arts at Cal State Northridge

Publication Lists Fall Season of Arts, Music, Dance, Theater and More on Campus

The latest brochure from Cal State Northridge's Center for the Visual and Performing Arts' highlights an exciting season this fall of cultural events for the community.

The colorful, free brochure titled "The Arts in the Heart of the Valley" details the affordable and diverse artistic events that CSUN hosts at various venues on campus, including the renowned Performing Arts Center in the University Student Union.

"This fall, 'The Arts in the Heart of the Valley' comes from all over the world," said William Toutant, dean of CSUN's College of Arts, Media, and Communication.

Toutant noted that among the hundreds of artists performing at CSUN this season is the Saint Petersburg Opera of Russia, with its entire 135-person tour company. Also on tap is music from Sweden and Zimbabwe, plays from the Caribbean and Great Britain, ancient dance from India and cutting-edge dance movement from Los Angeles.

"The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts is committed to enriching the education of the students at CSUN as well as the lives of its patrons and the community," Toutant said. "The arts belong in the heart of the San Fernando Valley."

The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts is a collaboration between the AMC college and the University Student Union that brings all the university's artistic events under one umbrella.

To request a free copy of the brochure, call the CSUN Performing Arts Center's event information line at (818) 677-3943.

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