The City of Temecula, Community Services Department announces the creation of a beautiful new Temecula Arts & Culture Guide Map to inform residents and visitors as to the details and locations of various Arts & Cultural Facilities, Public Art Installations, Art Galleries, Performance Venues, and Arts Events available to the public throughout the year.
Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards stated, “The celebration of art and culture, in all forms, touches the soul of a community by creating a sense of place and belonging, provoking thought, allowing humanity to explore commonalities and differences. Temecula’s long-standing commitment to provide quality arts programming and entertainment is evidenced by this new artistic and informative map.”
Temecula Community Services District President and City Councilmember Zak Schwank commented, “The City’s Quality of Life Master Plan states that part of Temecula’s Vision is to become ‘a center of art, culture, heritage, and lifelong learning opportunities.’ Temecula’s Community Service Department works hard to provide various opportunities for our Arts & Cultural Communities, and this map provides a look into the depth of our arts and culture programming. We are fortunate to be a City that hosts several museums, art galleries, beautiful public art installations, and multiple performance spaces, and our new Guide Map presents it creatively and conveniently.”
Temecula’s Arts & Culture Guide Map will be available for free at various City facilities such as Temecula’s Civic Center; Temecula Valley Museum; Old Town Temecula Community Theater; Visit Temecula Valley’s Visitor Center; and can be downloaded any time at TemeculaCA.gov/ArtAndCultureMap. For more information, please call (951) 694-6450.