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About the Arts Center Task Force
The Task Force’s all-volunteer board of directors includes people from a variety of professions: finance, business, marketing and public relations, psychology, program management, and performing arts development. Board members are elected for a three-year term and the total board numbers between 7 and 20. The Task Force’s officers include a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, membership chairman, fund-raising chairman, and communications chairman, each of whom serves a three-year term upon election. Additionally, the Task Force has elected a Board of Advisers. These influential leaders will help inform strategy as well as make valuable connections for the Task Force.
There are many benefits of taking the Performing Arts Center from idea to reality. For some, the Performing Arts Center will set the cornerstone for economic development where it is built. For others, it will provide a home for the performing and visual arts and enhance our quality of life. Students of all ages will be able to grow from the educational experiences they experience at the Performing Arts Center.
Tourism will flourish and businesses will boost their recruitment and retention of employees by offering the feeling of a large urban city – all wrapped up in a friendly hometown atmosphere.
Today, the Performing Arts Center is a goal. We, the citizens of this region, are the ones who have the opportunity to make it a reality. We invite you to join us in transforming our community through this non-profit facility. Through your donations and sponsorships, we are the ones who can make the Performing Arts Center a reality. Read more about our history here.
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Reach us by phone, email, or by appointment:
Arts Center Task Force
1177 Jadwin Ave. Ste. 103
P.O. Box 2131
Richland, WA 99352