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Cain Center for the Arts: New Renderings and the Beginning of Public Fundraising

New renderings of the theater and gallery spaces for the Cain Center for the Arts in Cornelius, North Carolina, were released earlier this month. Public fundraising has begun and will continue for the project as the center’s fundraising campaign closes in on its $25 million goal (currently $16M has been raised).

When completed, the project will house a 400-seat theater, a gallery space, three classrooms, a community green space, and an outdoor plaza. The Cain Center for the Arts is expected to break ground on in the “July-September 2020 time frame.”

Visit the project’s official website here, and view new renderings and a fly through of the project here.

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