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Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center


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One of the most interesting and under the radar things happening in West Tennessee in my opinion is the Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center. It is a 450 seat performing arts center that will host a variety of entertainment options for the citizens of Carroll County, ranging from the obvious theatre aspect, to its use as a movie venue, an educational outlet for local schools, and a local meeting site.

It is going to be located on Huntingdon's historic court square and will be a historic design type that will blend into the existing urban landscape, which is a great aspect of the whole project IMO.

Architecture Inc. out of Memphis, TN is the firm building the facility, photos and details about the project can be found here at the projects webpage on their site:

http://www.archinc.net/projects/com-dixie.html

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One of the most interesting and under the radar things happening in West Tennessee in my opinion is the Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center. It is a 450 seat performing arts center that will host a variety of entertainment options for the citizens of Carroll County, ranging from the obvious theatre aspect, to its use as a movie venue, an educational outlet for local schools, and a local meeting site.

It is going to be located on Huntingdon's historic court square and will be a historic design type that will blend into the existing urban landscape, which is a great aspect of the whole project IMO.

Architecture Inc. out of Memphis, TN is the firm building the facility, photos and details about the project can be found here at the projects webpage on their site:

http://www.archinc.net/projects/com-dixie.html

Nice looking project. I agree that the architecture will go well in an historic court square.

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