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Programming partners Shakespeare in Action and UrbanArts move into Artscape Weston Common

For programming partners UrbanArts and Shakespeare in Action, moving into Artscape Weston Common has been years in the making.
“The last few years have just been about imagining what it would be like to move into this community,” says David di Giovanni, Director of Education for Shakespeare in Action. “But finally getting the keys and getting to know the community has been a fantastic experience.”

Shakespeare in Action’s Artistic Director Michael Kelly and Director of Education David di Giovanni hold their new keys to Artscape Weston Common! Photo contributed

For many years, UrbanArts was the only arts organization in the Weston region, making them a perfect fit as programming partners with Artscape Weston Common.
“Being at Artscape Weston Common will allow us to expand our program offerings and take advantage of the amenities that the space comes with,” says Marlene McKintosh, UrbanArts Executive Director. “Offering well-equipped, well-designed and well-resourced space and programs has been a long time dream. We are so happy that the dream is now reality.”

UrbanArts’ Operations Manager Lensa Simmeso Denga and Executive Director Marlene McKintosh get their new keys to Artscape Weston Common. Photo Contributed

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