Marin Arts & Culture May 2017 - Page 10

Letters to the Editor Meredith, you have poured your heart and soul into this publication. The idea is lovely and you have created a multi-sensorial, online publication (I loved that the chamber music story played chamber music.) I don’t know how much it will speak to my demographic, but it may and it certainly speaks to me. I want to support this endeavor. Please sign me up for a six- time advertising schedule. Scott Warner, PoundMelters. Scott, you brought tears to everyone on staff. Your support and those of your community mean everything to us. We want our readers to curl up with a book, music, a film … something besides a spreadsheet for comfort at the end of a long day. Brava Meredith! Brava! Wonderful read hitting all the right notes! Thank you! This is going to be a roaring success. Marc Cruciger, MD. PS. I love your incorporation of music. Marc, thank YOU! We are building on this first issue. Stay tuned … as we are working on making Marin Arts & Culture even better. The community is responding with suggestions, comments, support … everything I’ve dreamt about. Dear Editor, I have long wished for a central place to express my art was possible. Marin is full of artists, but the recognition is not there. It seems like Sonoma and San Francisco are more interested in the arts and artists than is Marin. Thank you for doing this. Sally Harlingen Sally Harlingen Design Sally, your concern is one of the drivers for this new magazine. I was waiting for the technology to catch up so I could show rather than tell the work of our wonderful creative spirits of Marin. Um … that sounds like a new drink, doesn’t it? ELM Spring Concert May 20th 7-8 PM Free Concert Donations gratefully accepted Mt. Tam United Methodist Church 410 Sycamore Ave, Mill Valley 10 MARIN ARTS & CULTURE