Richard Rich is the leading voice behind the Studios, a $6.5 million incubator space for the Sacramento Ballet and other arts groups looking for homes. The Studios would transform the historic Fremont School for Adults building in midtown into a haven where artists could hone their craft and not have to worry about finding a place to do it. And as schools cut money for arts education, this space would provide kids with access to the city’s creative minds through shows and classes.
Richard Rich is the leading voice behind the Studios, a $6.5 million incubator space for the Sacramento Ballet and other arts groups looking for homes. The Studios would transform the historic Fremont School for Adults building in midtown into a haven where artists could hone their craft and not have to worry about finding a place to do it. And as schools cut money for arts education, this space would provide kids with access to the city’s creative minds through shows and classes. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sbcglobal.net
Richard Rich is the leading voice behind the Studios, a $6.5 million incubator space for the Sacramento Ballet and other arts groups looking for homes. The Studios would transform the historic Fremont School for Adults building in midtown into a haven where artists could hone their craft and not have to worry about finding a place to do it. And as schools cut money for arts education, this space would provide kids with access to the city’s creative minds through shows and classes. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sbcglobal.net
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A dream home for the arts, but without the funds

November 23, 2014 04:33 PM

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