The Angola Historic Preservation Commission learned about a Trine University Arts and Humanities Crossroads Project on Tuesday evening.
Trine University's Tom Tierney talked about an arts and humanities crossroads project which include a sponsored local exhibition or programs around rural change. The programs would have themes concentrated around identity, land, community, persistence and managing change. The University received $1,500 for the project which Tierney will be the director of.
The Commission also spoke with Tierney about hosting a Trine University Tour of the campus academic buildings on May 10th and also discussed residential designation and reviewed a examples of historic commission guidelines for further discussion.
The HPC will meet again on Tuesday March 5 at 5:30pm and will hear from two young students from the Mayors youth council interested in an art project for the downtown..
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