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Denver Arts & Venues invite residents to share in The Next Stage: The Future of Denver’s Performing Arts Complex
Monday, May 18, 2015
First public event offers interactive workshop stations to provoke thought, input and conversation

Denver Arts & Venues is hosting a May 20 event for its planning project, The Next Stage. It will be the first of several public input processes to imagine the future of specific downtown city-owned performing arts spaces and its surrounding neighborhood. The event will offer multiple interactive public workshop stations and an introduction to master planning firm, H3 Hardy Collaborative Architecture. Each event aims to generate conversation toward the revitalization of the Denver Performing Arts Complex (DPAC), including Boettcher Concert Hall.

Denver Arts & Venues, in partnership with other city agencies and the community, launched The Next Stage master planning process for DPAC to produce a vision and plan for the 12-acre campus. The goal is to advance Denver’s cultural and creative development, and contribute to a diverse, vibrant and economically thriving downtown.

The Next Stage is part of Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s Activate: Denver’s Core initiative. The initiative aims to align particular city projects – The Next Stage, Denver’s OUTDOOR Downtown and The Mall Experience – that are giving Denver’s urban core a boost. The mayor is asking the people who live, work and visit Denver’s core to help imagine what the area will be for the next 25 years.

Public Meeting #1
Wednesday, May 20
5:30 – 7 p.m.
The Studio Loft at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House (909 14th St.)
Light refreshments will be served
For directions and parking please visit: ArtsComplex.com
For public transit please visit: RTD-Denver.com

Participants are encouraged to register by Monday, May 18.

The goals of The Next Stage planning process are to:
•    Boost Denver’s cultural and creative vitality
•    Activate a premier arts complex that contributes to an economically thriving downtown experience
•    Reflect and attract Denver’s vibrant and growing population
•    Realize an innovative model for a financially sustainable cultural and civic investment

For more information on the project, please visit ArtsandVenues.com

  
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