The Morning Sentinel of Central Maine, features the Paul J. Schupf Art Center and an interview with Susie about the design of the new building. The project, a collaboration between Colby College and Waterville Creates, brings together the local arts organizations at a critical intersection in Downtown Waterville. The building will house a new contemporary gallery for the Colby Museum of Art, three theaters for the Maine Film Center, a pottery studio, classroom and gallery for the local community arts organization, and rehearsal space for the Waterville Opera. A two-story public lobby with café and gathering spaces, bring Main Street into the building and provides access to the 800-seat historic Waterville Opera House. The project is scheduled for completion in the Fall of 2022. Click here to read the article.
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