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Davis Arts Center launches new name, new website at Saturday’s celebration

By From page A5 | April 03, 2014

A party Saturday will celebrate the name change of the Davis Arts Center, which is being rebranded to reflect the fact that the center has always been a place for multi-disciplinary arts education.

An “arts love”-themed event will run from 1 to 5 p.m. at the center, 1919 F St. All are invited to the free open house, which will feature performances, interactive arts activities and free classes to give a glimpse of experiences that happen all year at the Arts Center.

Every attendee will receive a free piece of Davis Arts Center merchandise, which may include T-shirts, tote bags, coffee mugs, insulated lunch bags and smaller items. Guests also will have the opportunity to win larger prizes, such as free class sessions and gift certificates.

The Davis Art Center, founded in 1960, has always been associated with visual art, but music, literary, performance and theater arts are also offered. In addition to the standard five arts disciplines, the Arts Center hosts classes in martial arts, yoga and Zumba, computer arts programming and video arts.

The new circular logo that was created to pair with the new name is an abstract representation of all the multiples that weave the fabric of the Arts Center, a news release said.

The new website, davisartscenter.org, not only implements the branding, but incorporates a new class registration component.

Enterprise staff

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