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2009.03.29 Student Art Show On Sunday, March 29, 2009, over 250 children from public schools throughout the San Fernando Valley (Woodlake Elementary, Our Community School, Nestle Elementary, Hamlin Street School, Sherman Oaks CES, Vintage Elementary/Magnet, Justice Street Elementary, Encino Elementary, Vanalden Elementary, Maurice Sendak School, Melvin Elementary, Granada Elementary, Colfax Charter Elementary, Dixie Canyon Elementary, Sunny Brae Ave Elementary, Noble Elementary, Serrania Elementary, Erwin Elementary, Castlebay Elementary, Canterbury Elementary, Lorne Street Elementary) will be featured in a visual art exhibition for the Ninth Annual Valley Wide Student Art Show at the Chatsworth Train Depot in Chatsworth. Hundreds more will be featured in a performing arts showcase throughout the day in school bands, choirs, dance groups, etc (the Vanalden/Melvin/Sendak combined school orchestra, Creation Station/Mainstreet Performing Arts Studio, North Valley Family YMCA Musical Theatre, Our Community School, Releve Dance Studio, Taft High School, San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus, Pacoima Middle School Musical Theatre, Cleveland High School Choir). Arts and education vendors will promoting their services, programs, products, and performing on stage (24th Street Theatre, Amadeus School of Music and Art, Aztec Stories, Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Services, Creation Station/Mainstreet Performing Arts Studio, Daily News, Enrichment Works, Guild Opera Company, LACMA NexGen, North Valley Family YMCA, Piano Play Music Systems, Releve’ Studios, San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus, Saturday Night Bath Concerts, Scooter’s Jungle, Skateland, Skirball Cultural Center, The Burning Moms, Virtuosos Russian Music Academy II, Wendee’s Music, and The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum). Food will be available for purchase at the Whistle Stop Cafe and free art workshops will be available for the entire family. The Ninth Annual Valley Wide Student Art Show and Performing Arts Showcase is produced by Arts in Education Aid Council, a nonprofit organization that is restoring the arts to public schools in the Valley, one school at a time, in partnership with the Chatsworth Chamber of Commerce and Councilman Greig Smith. Time Warner in Chatsworth is sponsoring the event, along with Councilman Greig Smith, as well as city council members Dennis Zine, Wendy Greuel, Jack Weiss, Tony Cardenas, Tom LaBonge, Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council, the Tarzana Neighborhood Council, the Granada Hills North Neighborhood Council, the Vanalden PTA, the Maurice Sendak PTO, and the Daily News.

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Description: Michael Heralda has presented "Aztec Stories" this culturally educational, musical, and interactive program, to students and interested listeners of all ages throughout the U.S.

The stories, ballads, and narratives presented in this program are all true and based on documented accounts of what is termed the oral tradition - stories handed down through families, generation after generation.

Many handmade indigenous styled instruments are used and shared throughout the presentations - clay flutes, Huehuetl and Teponaztli drums, gourd water drums, shakers, rasps, conch shell trumpets, and many other unique instruments all made from readily available materials giving the listener the understanding that musical instruments can be made from natural elements that surround you.

"Aztec Stories" is an intriguing and thought provoking way to learn about the culture of ancient Mexico and the indigenous worldview of the Mexika (me-shee-ka/Aztecs). For some it may be a way to reconnect to a wonderfully rich legacy that unfortunately lies dormant within them, buried for many, many years and generations. For others it may awaken a new understanding of a culture that was revealed only through the eyes of the Europeans where the beauty, art, and high levels of sophisticated philosophical understanding were ignored or suppressed.

Michael continually develops new programs and evolves existing "Aztec Stories" presentations. Listed below are some of the themes to choose from:

Aztec Stories musical/Interactive presentations – this is one of the most popular programs for libraries and schools K-12.

Michael Heralda
P.O. Box 50221
Los Angeles, CA 90050
Telephone: 323-633-9599
E-mail: michaelheralda@aol.com
Web site: www.aztectories.com
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