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Huntsville Ballet

Huntsville Ballet Company and school (Community Ballet) is looking to relocate to the downtown area. The addition of a educational arts insitution (Huntsville Ballet) to a downtown location would bring up to 2000 more people downtown.

Submitted by phil 1 year ago

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    1 year ago

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  1. phil Idea Submitter

    East Clinton would be an ideal location for Huntsville Ballet Company.

    1 year ago
  2. This could be part of the East Clinton use as an Arts Center. Ballet and HSV Community Chorus.

    1 year ago
  3. I agree. I studies when CB was at the old Hsv high school. East Clinton has great hardwood floors under the carpet in the old part of the school and class rooms for individual classes, a front office, a stage for production practice, room for costume design, construction and storage, and PARKING.

    1 year ago
  4. Now for a major contributor, sponsor and benefactor to step up and provide the seed money to acquire the building and challenge the community to contribute and support CB at East Clinton.

    1 year ago
  5. Other space in the building can be leased to other art groups. East Clinton School Center for the Performing and Visual Arts.

    1 year ago
  6. Funds from the sale of East Clinton should be used by the HCS FOR art instruction

    1 year ago
  7. Hsv ballet school, theater classes, some arts, painting classes, hsv orchestra strings classes, dance classes (irish dance, etc.). All of these community organizations are spread around the town paying their monthly rents so that money pulled together might be able to run East Clinton building.

    - These community organizations have bigger chance of attracting support donations as they are already doing for their performances.

    - Stand alone arts, music, math, languages, etc. tutors could rent rooms to teach their students instead of doing it at homes or private music schools or libraries.

    1 year ago