Arts council officials told the Journal-News no location for the proposed center has been chosen and details need to be set. They estimate a two-year projected timeline after an agreement is developed.
The center would be constructed in two phases, starting with the Center for the Performing Arts. There would be a 1,000-seat theater and 400-seat theater at a separate entrance, including all updated amenities.
A Center for the Visual Arts would be part of the second phase of construction. Outdoor sculptures and a recreation area would lead into an area including paintings and photo displays, officials said. There would be room for traveling exhibitions, studios for dance, ballet and other arts and TV and radio studios, among other facilities for visual arts.