Partnership promises core revival

Rosemary Hale, dean of Humanities, published the opinion piece “Partnership promises core revival” in the Hamilton Spectator on March 1. The article is about the downtown arts complex that is scheduled to include the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts.


Much has been said about the arts complex planned for downtown St. Catharines, but the word that defines it best is “partnership.”

This project by the City of St. Catharines and Brock University — part fine and performing arts school, part civic arts centre — is striking not just for the array of benefits it will deliver to the community, but for the clear-headed vision that has taken it from dreamy concept to the brink of reality.

Link: – Opinions – Partnership offers core revival

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