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The 20th annual Tarfest lunch was held on Wednesday, May 24 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Smidt Welcome Plaza. LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director Michael Govan praised the founder of Tarfest, James Panozzo, for his vision of the annual festival, and welcomed esteemed guests. Los Angeles County Arts Commission Executive Director Kristin Sakoda gave an update on the state of the arts in the county and Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs General Manager Daniel Tarica outlined how the city and county are working together to promote the arts to all Angelenos. Tarfest will be held Saturday, June 10 from 2 – 7 p.m. at its new location, Pan Pacific Park. Park director Eric Calhoun became emotional as he recounted growing up in the neighborhood and now hosting the family-oriented event. Panozzo invited the entire community to enjoy the free event of art, live music and creative activities, including a bier garten and gourmet food trucks.
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