|New life for the old gymnasium||KSS Headlines|
In a day and age when it is a challenge for schools to preserve the value of a visual and performing arts program, it is becoming even more difficult to provide a visual and performing arts center devoted to housing these endeavors. Too often it comes down to "art on a cart" or a theatrical performance given on a temporary stage. These creative students and their productions may have a place to be, but they sorely lack a home in which to live and thrive. So how can a school attain such an a dedicated performing arts center at an affordable, appealing price?
by Merilee Meacock, AIA, LEED AP
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