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April 27, 2010
Let's just say that you bought tickets to your favorite musical but had to sit in the back because those were the only seats available for a wheelchair user. Or you're a woman who needed to use the bathroom at intermission, but the lines were so long you had to miss the first 10 minutes of the second act.
If you've been to the Community Center Theatre since it opened in 1974, you could...
Author: Jonathan Mendick
April 26, 2010
FLINT, Michigan - It's possible Flint college students could someday rehearse, perform and study music in one of the city's most treasured landmarks.
And the historic Capitol Theatre could be transformed into a music school with a recital hall, classrooms and elaborately ornate concert space, according to a feasibility study done for the University of Michigan-Flint.
But restoring the one-time entertainment hot spot famous for its Italian Renaissance architecture would have a hefty...
Author: Beata Mostafavi
April 15, 2010
Stevie Wonder and Bill Cosby will each give performances and receive honorary degrees from Oberlin College during the school's grand opening celebration of its new home for jazz studies. The two-day celebration, scheduled for April 30 and May 1, will honor the new Litoff Building and include concerts, jazz films, workshops, a panel discussion and the honorary degree ceremony.
1Architectural drawing of the Litoff Building, courtesy of Westlake Reed Leskosky 2Robin Eubanks,...
April 06, 2010
CHALLENGE: Build AV systems that connect economically within a college's arts center but also communicate campuswide and beyond.
SOLUTION: Adopt Aviom's A-Net digital audio networking platform to help ease installation and setup while minimizing cable runs.
Musicians have long abided by the maxim "less is more"–the fewer notes it takes to get your idea across, the more elegant the outcome. For the technology systems design and integration at the Center for Creative Arts...
March 03, 2010
Author: Scot Allyn at The Morning Journal
February 24, 2010
Author: Michael Gill of Cleveland Scene