Performing Arts Pavilion in Mazomanie almost done
MAZOMANIE, Wis. — The Performing Arts Pavilion for Mazomanie’s Westland Promenade is nearing completion.
According to a news release, the Taliesin project will provide a permanent venue for the city’s performing arts program.
The School of Architecture at Taliesin, founded by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1932, chose Mazomanie as a community project for the Summer Immersion class in 2018.
The release said the site will be in the Westland Promenade in downtown Mazomanie, drawing on ties of the railroad and festival arts in the region.
Officials said the pavilion cost about $30,000 to construct, which was raised by private donations.
Anyone wishing to donate for light and sound systems is asked to make their checks payable to “Mazomanie Charitable Alliance,” a 501C3 organization. People are asked to mail donations to the Mazomanie Village Office, 133 Crescent Street, Mazomanie, WI, 53560.
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