CMU to open art gallery

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Harry Weiss and Tim Foster discuss an CMU art gallery and studio along with a new office for the DDA.


Harry Weiss, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, talks about the benefits of having a new Colorado Mesa University art gallery and studio downtown at 437 Colorado Avenue as university President Tim Foster listens in the facility that is still under construction. The DDA will share space with the art gallery, which is expected to open in mid-September.

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