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Published on Sep 22, 2011
An eight minute video created by the non-profit Well Fargo Center for the Arts in Santa Rosa, CA has won international recognition from the 32nd annual Telly Awards. The production, produced for the Center by The Big Picture Film & Video Arts, Inc. of San Rafael, focuses on the importance of the arts in education and the power of the arts to transform young lives.
Oscar and Tony Award-winning actor, Rita Moreno serves as the video's host, while a selection of artists who performed during the Center's 2010-11 season are featured, including actor/comedian Rob Schneider, singer Natalie Cole and the dancers of the Moscow Ballet, to name a few. Students and teachers from Healdsburg, Sebastopol and Santa Rosa portray how music and drama can inspire learning. And, Sonoma County community leaders and philanthropists underscore the need to preserve the arts for the next generation.