Funding Priority

Spaces to Create and Reflect

A world-class university needs world-class spaces to make, collaborate and learn. It is critical that we invest in our facilities; additional funds will help us repair, remediate and expand our classrooms, studios, museums and performing spaces.

Arts Everywhere
    Costume designers working in a workshop at Playmakers

    They will also help us transform unexpected spots into dynamic spaces for creation, from the pit to a parking deck. With your support, we can ensure every space is a creative space.

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