A renovation project for Wright State University’s Creative Arts Center is slated to begin next spring.
The $22.75 million project will break ground April 12, the university said, and will be a major upgrade for many of the programs in the college of liberal arts in time for the 2016-2017 school year.
The Creative Arts Center, with 188,000 square feet of space, is home of the departments of theatre, dance, motion pictures, music, art and art history. The renovations will add new art galleries and studios for theatre, dance and music, upgrade existing classrooms and create new ones. The project also includes renovating its nearby 14,500-square-foot television studio into a new production studio.
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