Colleges Invest in the Arts
Four New Arts Centers Enhance Campus, Community Life
By Angela Wampler | October 28, 2007? Southwest Virginia Community College opened an arts center less than two years ago.
? Milligan College and Northeast State Community College expect to be using their new arts buildings by the end of fall semester.
? Emory & Henry College just started its fundraising campaign, so construction has not begun on that campus.
Click on the school's name to find out more about how each invests in the arts.
The November edition of A! Magazine for the Arts will be inserted in the Bristol Herald Courier on Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Free copies are also available at locations throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. CLICK HERE for a distribution list. If you would like to suggest additional locations, call (276) 628-3719.