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ArtStreet. An overview of the design, vision and strategy for a new form of integrated student learning & living in a residential campus setting. September 2002. The Arts: Vision & Purpose. An “Arts Strategy” for the College Excellent faculty, strong majors and programs in the arts

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artstreet

ArtStreet

An overview of the design, vision and strategy for a new form of integrated student learning & living in a residential campus setting.

September 2002

the arts vision purpose
The Arts: Vision & Purpose
  • An “Arts Strategy” for the College
    • Excellent faculty, strong majors and programs in the arts
    • The arts will make a significant and sustainable contribution to the liberal learning foundation of all students
    • Planning and fundraising has begun for a comprehensive, central visual and performing arts facility on campus that will support the academic programs in the arts.
  • The “Learning Living Arts Center,” known as ArtStreet will introduce new opportunities for learning, creative exploration and community building in the student neighborhood.
from llac to artstreet timeline
From LLAC to ArtStreetTimeline
  • 1997 First proposal for the “Learning Living Arts Center”
  • 1998 Gift from Kettering Family Foundation for $5 Million
  • 1999 Planning teams from the College formed – Led by then Associate Dean Pestello
  • 2000 - 2002 Campus-wide planning and design team (Arts Faculty, Students, Campus Ministry, Student Development, Architects from two firms, Associate Provosts and Facilities Management)
  • 2003 (July) Groundbreaking (Ceremonial groundbreaking to be held in April 2003)
  • 2005 (August) Opening
  • Total project cost for Phase 1 - $9 Million
artstreet in the south student neighborhood
ArtStreet in the South Student Neighborhood

Kiefaber Street

Lawnview Ave.

ArtStreet Location

McGinnis Center

artstreet sitemap
ArtStreet Sitemap
  • Gallery & PerformanceSpaces
  • Café
  • Learning & Arts Exploration Spaces
  • Radio Station
  • Amphitheater
  • Recording Studios
  • Student Townhouses
  • McGinnis Expansion
project vision
Project Vision
  • ArtStreetshall be a vital, dynamic and compelling learning and living environment in the student neighborhood. The Arts will be the vehicle to promote, foster and encourage new ways of engaging learners by providing a stimulating and heightened interest in culture and creativity as part of everyday life.
artstreet connects learning and living with a focus upon the arts
ArtStreet connects learning and living with a focus upon the arts.
  • It will be a model and testing place for learner-centered living as found in the University’s vision for transformation of the culture and physical arrangement of the South Student Neighborhood.
  • The residential scale and character of the neighborhood is to be preserved and used as a rich source of design inspiration for center.
artstreet as the new urbanism
ArtStreet as the New Urbanism*
  • Gathering Center for the Neighborhood
  • Café, Radio Station, Music Practice Spaces, Recording Studio, Visual Arts Studio, Social and meeting Spaces,
  • Townhouses for 56 students with traditional porches. (Phase 1)*For more on “new urbanism” visit these links:http://www.newurbanism.orghttp://bradley.bradley.edu/~ajh/nu.htm
artstreet is unlike any other learning living project
ArtStreet is Unlike Any Other “Learning & Living” Project
  • Most others are created around a residence hall.
    • Add “learning” through classrooms in the building.
    • Most Living-learning centers are defined by “cohorting” – Put all the math majors on floor 6.
  • ArtStreet is not just for Artists…It’s a place for all students in the neighborhood.
programming artstreet
“Programming” ArtStreet
  • Performance Spaces for Classes, Groups, Workshops
  • Gallery Space for Visual Arts
  • The ArtStreet Nickleodeon
    • a small, high quality video & multimedia presentation space
  • Practice Spaces, Collaboration Spaces, Social Spaces
  • The ArtStreet Amphitheatre
  • WGXM-FM (50 watt student radio station)
  • Multipurpose Recording Studio and Workshop Building
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McGinnis Center

East Side

Looking North

slide15

ArtStreet

“street”

Elevation

(East end)

slide16

Keifaber Street

Elevation (partial)

slide17

Frericks Way

Elevation

slide18

Location of WGXM

& Recording Studio at

Lawnview-Keifaber

adjacent to the

proposed Amphitheater

slide19

ArtStreeet Site

Looking West

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