Many thanks to the nearly 50 local supporters who donated to Red Curtain's Indiegogo campaign. With more than $5,000 in donations, upgrades to the building are underway that will allow us to open the facility for classes and meetings within a few weeks.
In mid-February, with assistance and support from Mayor Jon Nehring, Gary L. Baker and Renae James, Red Curtain hosted a donors' luncheon, which raised an additional $2,500 toward the art center project.
Red Curtain Foundation has negotiated a lease that will convert to a purchase agreement within six months for the large commercial building that formerly housed the Dunn Lumber company in Marysville, located at 1410 Grove Street.
The nearly 10,000 sq. ft. building offers lots of opportunities for productions, classrooms, and support areas (scene shop, costume shop, storage for props and set pieces), and much more. Of course the ideas come easier than the resources... and we're going to be asking for your help.
Work parties and building tours will be going on over the next few months. To find out about all the activities, "like" our Facebook page and/or follow us on Twitter @redcurtainwa.
If you can help with a financial contribution, however small, please use the DONATE button below. Or you can send your check to
Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts
P.O. Box 1713 • Marysville, WA 98270
Conceptual rendering of possible building design by Cassandra Canady.
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Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts • P.O. Box 1713 • Marysville, WA 98270 • Fed. ID #27-0316697