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Sunday, April 11, 2021

4-24-21 2:00 pm-4:00 pm - Free virtual - Artist Speaker Series Volly Aronson - The PAI and The Museum SFV - please join us

The Public Art Initiative, a program from The Museum of the San Fernando Valley invites you to meet the April Artist Speaker Series guest, featuring, Volly Aronson.


When: Saturday, April 24, 2021

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT

Cost: Free*

(*suggested donation to support the Public Art Initiative of The Museum SFV - $10
Pay on our website, PayPal, Zelle)

RSVP:  CLICK HERE

Volly Aronson is a San Fernando Valley based artist.  She was born in East Berlin, Germany, grew up in West Los Angeles, attended Hamilton High school and W.L.A. City College.

She defines herself with the question “what did I accomplish today”.  

She enjoyed several careers before painting including 25 years as an administrative assistant at several schools including Birmingham HS and to district superintendents with LAUSD. 

After retiring, she took an art class offered at Joann’s Fabrics Store and was thrilled to discover she had a talent for painting. She has received several artistic achievement awards and her work has been featured at the SFV Arts and Cultural Center, and the Los Angeles City Hall Bridge Gallery. 

She has shown and sold her art are at Pasadena Art Walk, Reseda Rising Art Walk and at Creative Exhibition Artist Showcase events. She loves painting and attempts to do so everyday, often doing 2 paintings at a time just for the fun of it. Please join us for this special event... and bring a friend along too.  

View additional artwork on Instagram @art.by.volly.

NOTE:  Zoom link will be provided via email 1-2 days before scheduled event.

PLEASE tell a family member, colleague or friend about event and have then register, attend and enjoy this event.

For any other event information, please contact Cheri Derohanian or Richard Cryer at TheMuseumSFV@gmail.com.

RSVP:  CLICK HERE


Please also visit our website at www.TheMuseumSFV.org.

Thank you.



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