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Youth Arts Center groundbreaking

A groundbreaking event for Madison’s new 65,000-square-foot Youth Arts Center was held on Monday, Oct. 21 at the corner of East Mifflin and North Ingersoll, across the street from Lapham Elementary. The new center, designed by Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) and built by CG Schmidt, will serve as an arts community hub and provide desperately needed space for organizations that serve youth through the arts. In addition to the two anchor organizations — Children’s Theater of Madison (CTM) and Madison Youth Choirs (MYC) — over 20 other nonprofits have expressed intention to use the space for their programming. The new space will feature 12 rehearsal studios, two fully equipped dance studios, a sensory-friendly space, a 300-seat theater, a flexible 120-seat studio theater, production and costume shops, outdoor event spaces, a community room, and offices for permanent and short-term users. In addition, there will be garage parking attached to the building. (For information on getting your event featured in the IB Gallery, email

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