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Cary Saurage Community Arts Center Featured on The Advocate

Excerpt from The Advocate

“The art gallery is going to be where the building comes to a point,” said Jonathan Grimes, the Art Council’s director of facilities, IT and music. “A glassed extension (built with a $300,000 donation from Shell) will be added so we can exhibit larger works.” The idea of reimagining the space came from Arts Council’s longtime architecture firm, Ritter Maher Architects, Chatelain said. “And that was just eye-opening for all of us,” she said. “So, the staff gave a lot of input for what might work and that’s how we got to the design.”

Cary Saurage Community Arts Ritter Maher Architects Baton Rouge