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VERO BEACH CULTURAL ARTS VILLAGE DESIGN WORKSHOP
The Cultural Council of Indian River County and its Cultural Arts Village Leadership Team invites the public to provide input into the design of the proposed Vero Beach Cultural Arts Village through a design workshop, or charrette, to be held at the Heritage Center, 2140 14th Avenue in Vero Beach on Saturday, September 12th, from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. This workshop will be conducted by the Leadership Team, local architects and city planners, with technical assistance provided by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council.
This public interactive workshop will offer residents and interested public the opportunity to share their ideas with local architects and planners in creating a vision plan for the proposed Cultural Arts Village. The proposed Village in Vero Beach lies between the railroad tracks and 20th Avenue, SR60 and 18th Street, including the Edgewood neighborhood and businesses.
Following the workshop, from Sunday, September 13th through Thursday, September 17th, the design team will set up an open public studio in the business center of the Downtown Hampton Inn, working on the Cultural Arts Village vision. From 9:00 am until 8:00 pm, the public is invited to visit the public studio providing a one-on-one with residents and interested public, assuring optimal community participation.
Friday, September 18th at 6:00 pm at the Heritage Center, the public is invited to attend a presentation of “Work in Progress” by the design team. For more information visit VeroBeachCulturalArtsVillage.com. More…