Sandra Wolfe Executive Director of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tuscaloosa

The Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center floor plan

This week, Community Arts program manager Deb Boykin talks with Sandra Wolfe, Executive Director of the Tuscaloosa Arts and Humanities Council, about the recently-opened Dinah Washington Cultural Center. The Center is a hub for the arts in Tuscaloosa and houses a black box theatre/workshop space which is perfect for family programming, educational opportunities and rehearsal space or community meeting space for rent. In addition, the CAC houses offices for local arts groups and a gallery space for The University of Alabama.


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