The roots of the problem begin long before the TCA opened in It also indicated that the year tax would be temporary. If you like this story, consider signing up for our email newsletters.
Often dubbed TCA, the center includes a seat proscenium theater, seat studio theater, 3,square-foot art gallery, and multipurpose room — all set within a acre park adjacent to Tempe Town Lake.
The TCA portion of the plan calls for hiring a fundraising professional, who would be responsible for increasing funding from corporations, foundations, and other sources. The group includes Dianne Cripe, who also served on the committee that passed the first art tax in About one in four Tempe voters turned out for the general election in Mayand just over 53 percent approved the dedicated arts tax.
Back in the late s, a small group of community members launched the drive to build TCA motivated in part by local groups having outgrown the Tempe Performing Arts Center at Mill Avenue and Sixth Street, and the fact that performances were scattered all over the city.
The Tempe arts and culture plan includes several recommendations. Now, city staff members are sounding a new alarm. Officials held plenty of discussions about ways to raise more money, both before and after the center opened, which are recounted in city council meeting minutes.
And they got it. Ralph Remington stands inside the Tempe Center for the Arts lobby. TCA would eliminate all its own programming, and serve merely as a rental facility for cultural, corporate, and social events, they said. Tempe broke ground on its new arts center in There are additional problems, too.
But they were tied to an organization called the Rio Salado Foundation, which broadened its scope to include Papago Park. According to the document, the city is looking for a better system of accountability, including ways of measuring success and growth.
Mesa voters approved a 0. The nationwide economic downturn in left the city without needed TCA reserves and limited its fundraising capacity, according to a May 8,memo sent to Mayor Mark Mitchell and the city council. Most importantly, it mentioned an endowment meant to fund future TCA operations.
Part of Tempe Center for the Arts, which includes two theaters and a gallery. If Tempe voters approve the tax this November, the city says the TCA will still need "long-term assistance" to help it become financially viable.
Instead, a volunteer citizens group has arisen called Tempeans for Arts and Culture, which is working to promote the art tax with fellow community members. Basically, the city used one number before putting the art tax on the ballot, then doubled that figure after voters passed the tax.
That meant TCA was no longer a focus.
But there were challenges, too. Suggestions included starting a business for the arts group and hiring a professional fundraiser. The city council approved putting Proposition on the ballot inseeking voter approval for a dedicated arts tax. The financial plans to give the TCA a reliable funding stream were in place, Giuliano said in an interview this month.
Yet other funding options exist. Its wording is vague, like that of Propositionwhich created the first arts tax back in Remington also serves as producing artistic director for TCA. In June, Tempe city council approved putting Proposition on the ballot for a special election that happens November 6.
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