Saturday, June 2, 2012

28 new studios in the Tannery Arts Center's new Digital Media and Creative Arts Center.

Mercury News (California) - Hundreds of art fans turned out Friday night for an opening celebration of 28 new studios in the Tannery Arts Center's new Digital Media and Creative Arts Center.

Built in the skeleton of a leather tannery operation that dates to the 1860s, city leaders said the $7 million project was a success.

"The whole goal is to really create a vibrant home for the arts regionally," said Bonnie Lipscomb, director of economic development for the city of Santa Cruz. "It's phenomenal," she said of the outcome.  Read more.

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