City of Duvall Celebrates the Return of the Cultural Commission, Announces New Members

The City of Duvall is thrilled to announce the appointment of new members to the Cultural Commission, marking its return as a vital commission within the Duvall community.

This exciting development underscores the city’s commitment to fostering the arts, celebrating cultural diversity, and enhancing the quality of life for all Duvall residents.

The Duvall Cultural Commission, temporarily inactive, has been revitalized with a renewed focus on promoting cultural enrichment and artistic expression within Duvall. The Commission is a cornerstone of the Duvall community, tasked with promoting and preserving Duvall’s rich cultural heritage while also embracing the contemporary arts and expressions that make our city unique.

Mayor Amy Ockerlander expressed enthusiasm about the revitalization of the Cultural Commission, stating, “Duvall has a rich tapestry of cultures, arts, and talents waiting to be celebrated. The Cultural Commission will play a vital role in nurturing and showcasing these treasures. We’re excited to welcome these new members and look forward to the dynamic initiatives they will lead.”

In the coming months, the Cultural Commission will be working on several exciting projects and initiatives to engage the community that highlight the diversity of our residents, including public art installations that beautify our city and tell its unique story.

The new members of the Cultural Commission are:

  • Dianne Brudnicki
  • Brande Damiana
  • Crystal Frasier
  • Lissa Guillet
  • Jennifer Hernandez
  • Wendy Imberg
  • Shaun Tozer

These exceptional individuals were carefully selected based on their experience, dedication, and their shared vision for promoting cultural diversity, artistic expression, and community engagement.

The City of Duvall invites community members and local artists to engage with the Cultural Commission, share ideas, and participate in upcoming cultural events and programs.

For more information about the Cultural Commission and the City of Duvall, visit www.DuvallWa.Gov.

[Information provided by the City of Duvall]

-Featured image photo credit: Last Light Photography

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