Vivian Scott Chew sworn into NJ State Arts Council

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Vivian Scott Chew (Contributed)
Urban News Staff Reports

The New Jersey State Council on the Arts recently held its first public meeting of 2020  at the Morris Museum in Morristown, where Vivian Scott Chew was sworn-in as the newest member of the Council board.

Chew is the wife of famed music director Ray Chew who is best known for his work at the Apollo Theater, ABC's Dancing the Stars and American Idol. Vivian is the founder and principal of  Founder and Principal of TimeZone International, the first and only U.S. based African-American owned company that provides many recording artists with international marketing and promotion, touring, licensing and distribution services in expanded regions. Artist on the roster include Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Jill Scott, Toni Braxton and Common.

"I am excited to begin my term on the New Jersey State Council On The Arts," said Vivian. "What an honor to join a legacy of community service leaders who support the sustainability of established organizations while also working to engage new voices and communities! I look forward to advancing the cause of inclusion and education through the arts with this award winning team."

Arts Council Chair Elizabeth Mattson said Vivian's experience in the entertainment industry makes her an asset to the Arts Council Board.

"Vivian is an ardent champion for the arts, and we look forward to working with her to continue elevating the importance of the arts in New Jersey," Mattson said.

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