Cain Center Releases Classroom Renderings


Cornelius, NC, May 26, 2020 — Cain Center for the Arts unveiled design renderings for its classrooms on Tuesday, May 26 at noon. Following the initial release of lobby and outdoor campus renderings on May 18, the classroom renderings detail the versatility of space and opportunities for visual arts, dance, and other disciplines at the center.

The project designs are being released as part of a series of virtual events that will be continuing through early June. Upcoming plans include the release of renderings for the center’s art gallery, and theater on Tuesday, June 2 at noon. All of the renderings will be available on the Cain Center’s YouTube channel, and launched on social media platforms.

Now that the drawings are finalized, Cain Center will be working with the town to schedule the demolition of the existing buildings on the venue’s future site. When complete, Cain Center for the Arts will include a 400-seat theater, gallery space, event spaces, three classrooms, a community green space and an outdoor plaza. As the region’s only public arts and community center, it will offer performances, education experiences, and be a place for community events and gatherings.

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More About Cain Center for the Arts
Established as a 501(c)3 in 2017, Cain Center for the Arts will be a home for creativity, learning, entertainment and community for the Lake Norman region. In addition to providing a home for national and regional shows and performances, it will also be a venue for community, private, and civic events. A $4 million bond project for redeveloping the arts district in the historic downtown Cornelius combined with an outpouring of support from the community has put the center’s campaign total at close to $16 million towards its $25 million fundraising goal. For
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Author: Margaret Beveridge