Gift to Portland school will help pay for Creative Arts Center

April 26, 2012
Catlin Gabel School is trying to raise $6.9 million for new space

From The Portland Oregonian: Catlin Gabel School, a preK-12 independent school in Portland, Ore., has received a $200,000 donation from The Collins Foundation to help pay for construction of a Creative Arts Center. The gift brings the total raised for the project to $4.27 million, or 62 percent of the $6.9 million goal. The school plans to break ground when 80 percent of the funding is raised. The Creative Arts Center will provide classrooms, studios and practice rooms for drama, choir, visual arts, media arts and music. It will have a two-story black box theater and an art studio for three-dimensional works.

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