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November 16, 2012
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What a great video!!! The building is awesome and Wells House looks great. Congrats to the college and everyone that has the opportunity to use the facility.
I think the purpose for this video is to show folks the view of the outside of the building. Fine. But...
To SAY there is no better art study facility in the state is one students' opinion. All we are show n fact, is one voluminous art work-room, a place for a piano, and board benches made from chopped down trees.
Npt MEANING to be harsh here. The video is very good for what it is. A video for this Wenatchee Worled site, mite have been better tooled if it showed us HOW and WHY the "No better facility" belief is justified. And what of other performing arts? How about it's use as a home for theater? Is it a good spot form dramatic arts? Living History performances? Use as a childrens' introductory facility for the arts? Commmunity forums with mega- multi media needs?
I may be off base here. I admit a bias toward live theater, multi media space for the humanities classes or enterteainment/instructional events and history.
As a former Trustee, I once formed the belief that maximized use is a good way to use the dollars spent. THAT means broad expansion of the ideas which such a facility will accomodate.
Again, though,,, a very good video for it's purpose which seems to be to address the prominent complaints about the aesthetics and value lost for Wells House.
Not MEANING to be harsh here Mr. Brundage but you should have stopped at "The video is very good for what it is."