Rendering for new Arts Education Building
Rendering for new Arts Education Building

As part of the City of Hollywood's vision to increase arts programming in our city, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood will expand its current Kagey Home facility with the construction of a new, 5,400-square-foot arts education wing that will be distinct and contemporary.

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Kagey Home Timeline
Kagey Home Timeline

The dramatic design will merge with the existing two-story, 1924 Mediterranean Revival architecture of the Kagey Home, which houses the Center galleries and administrative offices.

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Rendering of the New Arts Education Building
Rendering of the New Arts Education Building

As part of the City of Hollywood's vision to increase arts programming in our city, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood will expand its current Kagey Home facility with the construction of a new, 5,400-square-foot arts education wing that will be distinct and contemporary.

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Rendering for new Arts Education Building
Rendering for new Arts Education Building

As part of the City of Hollywood's vision to increase arts programming in our city, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood will expand its current Kagey Home facility with the construction of a new, 5,400-square-foot arts education wing that will be distinct and contemporary.

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THE FUTURE OF THE CENTER

As part of the City of Hollywood's vision to increase arts programming in our city, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood will expand its current Kagey Home facility with the construction of a new, 5,400-square-foot arts education wing that will be distinct and contemporary.

 

The new wing will provide visual arts and multimedia studio classrooms, along with a multi-purpose room for dance, drama, artist talks, film screenings, meeting space and more. This building will be a visual marquee in Downtown Hollywood drawing residents and visitors in our region to the Center. Additionally, the new education building incorporates an outdoor courtyard to enhance the visitor experience.

 

The dramatic design will merge with the existing two-story, 1924 Mediterranean Revival architecture of the Kagey Home, which houses the Center galleries and administrative offices.

 

Construction is targeted to begin in the Fall 2022. When completed, the new wing, with its gleaming façade and swooping rooftop, will provide the Center and the City with a unique architectural distinction in Broward County of having adjoining, functional spaces built nearly 100 years apart.