New arts facility on the West Shore taking shape
Goldstream News Gazette - Kendra Wong, May 4, 2018
Society hopes it will appeal to gamut of artists.
A local group is hoping to establish a home for arts on the West Shore, with the construction of a multi-million dollar facility.
In recent years, the Juan de Fuca Performing Arts Centre Society has been working on plans to build a performance hall for everything from garage bands to the opera to perform. The facility, which would serve residents from Victoria to Duncan, would include rehearsal space, a gift shop with local arts and crafts for sale, and the lobby would function as an art gallery. There would also be an outdoor gathering space.
But, according to society secretary David Stocks, the facility will be much more than a performance space and will serve a gamut of artists.
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