New Life for Sharonville cinema

November 1, 2007 § 1 Comment

Sharonville Arts council has bought an old theatre, turning it into a
performing and visual arts center. This article is another reiteration
of how suburbs and other outlying areas of major cities are taking the
arts into their own hands. They are bringing the arts to their
communities rather than having to seek it out “downtown.” Cincinnati
has been fighting against this for awhile, but in the end,
constituents feel safer walking down the street from there house then
walking around in the city (and there is the convenience factor, of
course).

http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071030/NEWS01/310300030

Traci

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§ One Response to New Life for Sharonville cinema

  • Ruth says:

    this is so great. it’s really an example of what in-kind donations and municipal support can do for a performing arts center. sharonville is also really cute, so i guess that helps.

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