Needing to pivot to a completely virtual format due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the Santa Clarita Public Library has adapted its weekly arts and cultural programming to be completely online, still showcasing a wide variety of content that inspires creativity for all ages.
From storytime sessions to animation workshops and even a virtual drum circle, the Santa Clarita Public Library librarians provide a variety of programs that can meet the interests of all ages and backgrounds; this has furthered the ability for the Santa Clarita Public Library to be what Adult Services Librarian Morgan Lazo refers to as “a community hub”.
“We feel like our job is to both a safe and welcoming place to everyone in the community”, Lazo says.
For more information about arts and cultural programming or for more about the library, visit http://www.santaclaritalibrary.com/. Additionally, to stay up-to-date about future arts and cultural programs and activities, visit the Santa Clarita Public Library on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SCVPublicLibrary and Instagram, @scvpubliclibrary.
During the “Safer at Home” orders, Finding Art producers have been virtually connecting with local artists and discovering how they are finding the space and freedom to create, despite the limited access to collaboration and movement. This is “Finding Art From Home”.(c) 2020 SCVTV