Earlier tonight, Daemen College celebrated the opening of its new Center for Visual and Performing Arts. The building, formerly the college's library, was transformed by local architecture firm Lauer-Manguso. The firm's Glenn Jones spoke to me about the concept for the design during a break from the celebration in the structure's outdoor classroom area:
And here's a short video of Daemen College President Edwin Clausen giving some remarks about the building's importance to the college and to the community at large:
Look for Charles Lewis' photos later on, and my column on the new center in Sunday's paper.
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