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Gathering at the Wellspring: Envisioning the Future of Arlington

Echoes of community conversations around Arlington’s historic mineral well will soon be heard nearby at Wellspring on Main, a future site on West Main Street where people can gather and work together to make the most of Arlington as a welcoming, vibrant, diverse, caring community. Launched by the nonprofit Arlington Center for Community Engagement, Wellspring on Main presents:

 Wellspring, in partnership with UTA School of Architecture, the College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs (CAPPA), and AISD Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center, presents, “Gathering at the Wellspring: Envisioning the Future of Arlington,” October 27, 5:30-7:30 PM.

     CAPPA's Hawkins Visiting Professor Ursula Emery-McClure and 14 architecture graduate students will showcase studio design projects in a gallery walk along West Main Street. Students will engage in discussion with event participants, answering questions regarding their research and their mounted images and videos that address issues and innovative possibilities for Arlington’s future.

     AISD Dan Dipert architect and graphic design teachers and their students are designing marketing plans and materials and providing technical assistance.

     Event participants will start at the newly remodeled Theatre Arlington, 305 West Main Street, for light appetizers and drinks, then stroll along West Main Street where they will meet and engage with students displaying their projects at the Arlington Museum of Art, Create Arlington, and Theatre Arlington's Education Bldg.

Program Gallery

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