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 Post subject: The Future of the Arts in Hartford
PostPosted: Thu Oct 16, 2003 12:11 am 
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Arts And The City’s Future

By FRANK RIZZO
The Hartford Courant

The arts are important, we are told, not just for our inner lives but for the positive effects they have on education, on the economy and on the future of the region. But do arts leaders really have a place at the table among the power players in Hartford?

We invited a group of arts executives to our own table at The Courant. As it turned out, it was the first time this particular group had gathered and broke bread (or fortune cookies).
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 Post subject: Re: The Future of the Arts in Hartford
PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2004 6:46 am 
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`Best-Kept Secret In Hartford'

The Hartford Courant
May 23, 2004

Walter Harrison, president, University of Hartford

On the arts: We are obviously making a significant investment [on Albany Avenue] in the former Thomas Cadillac site to make it a performing arts center. It will bring something on the order of 300 college-age students and 700 pre-college-age students there for lessons in music, musical theater, dance, theater and voice.
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