The Cultural Arts Center

 

Cultural Arts Center
Board of Directors  2018-2019

 Executive Officers
Lee Strickland, President
The Radio People

Aileen Clayton, Vice President
Five Star Credit Union

Tracy Knowles, Treasurer
Bevis, Eberhart, & Associates CPA

Christie McCloud+, Secretary
Wallace College

Members at Large
David Arrington
Troy University-Dothan Campus

Meredith Agan
CapSouth

Aaron Craig
People’s Bank, Ozark, AL

Mike Doherty
Southern Nuclear

Christina Nelson
Wells Fargo, Dothan Branch

Aline Roberts
Retired Medical Sales Representative

J.E. Saliba
Southeastern Performance Apparel

Emily Stewart, President
Coldwell Banker Realty

Caroline Stinson
Episcopal Church of the Nativity

Gina Swan
Mural City Coffee Company

Jenny Tidmore
Dothan Steel

Barbara Wheelless
Wheelless Development Corp

 

Friends of the Cultural Arts Center Committee
Susan Brolund
Storyteller

Hillary Brooks
Covenant United Methodist Church

Megan Carter
First United Methodist Church CDC

Barry DeVane
ServisFirst Bank

Russ Parrish
Farmer, Price, Hornsby & Weatherford, Attorneys

Jeanie Solomon
Retired Dothan City School Teacher

Teri Wittenborn
Wiregrass Humane Society


Ann Cotton, Executive Director
ann@theculturalartscenter.org

About Us

The Cultural Arts Center is a non-profit organization established in May 2002 to connect the Arts to our Community. Housed in the old Southside Elementary School, the Center has been renovated to accommodate various arts organizations in the Wiregrass, providing a venue for talented artists to gather and perform, and a home for providing exposure to the arts to underserved children and seniors. These organizations through their performances, classes, and workshops help to enrich the lives of the citizens of Dothan and the surrounding communities.

The Center is home to the Southeast Alabama Community Theatre, Tri-State Community Orchestra, Wiregrass Youth Symphony,  Providence Christian School Drama departments, Spark Theater Company and the SAFE Program.

The Center is funded through generous contributions of individuals and businesses in the community, fundraising events, grants and through some earmarked funding by the City of Dothan for utilities and maintenance of this 90+ year old building. Direct services to underserved children and seniors are provided by grants from a variety of local, state, and community foundations and are marked to provide after school and summer camps, workshops and classes in the arts at beginner levels and at various school settings.  The Center has enriched more than 6,500 children to many different arts disciplines, and are partners with the Dothan City School system and Headland Elementary School to provide arts with academics during the school day. 

 

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