Grand Reopening Set for Remodeled Thea Foundation
After nearly four months of extensive renovations, Thea Foundation is set to reopen its doors and showcase a beautifully updated gallery and offices at 401 Main Street in North Little Rock’s historic Argenta neighborhood. These updates were made possible by the generosity of the Windgate Charitable Foundation and executed by Herron Horton Architects, Bell Construction, and Evo Business Environments. The Judy Kohn Tenenbaum Gallery, named for the latest recipient of Thea Foundation’s annual Pillar of the Arts Award and the philanthropist who donated $500,000 to help Thea Foundation purchase the building in 2006, will host a grand re-opening Friday, Sept. 15, from 5 to 8 p.m. during Argenta Art Walk. Light refreshments will be served, 107 Liquor will provide beverages, and the public is invited to tour the space. We'll also give away two tickets to the Blue Plate Special to a lucky attendee of our grand reopening.
“The renovations we are making to our building in North Little Rock will provide the kind of environment our hardworking staff deserves as they provide the complicated and demanding programs Arkansas’s youth deserve in order to find their confidence and voices for their future,” Thea Foundation executive director, Paul Leopoulos, said. Thea Foundation’s staff, co-founders, supporters and board members are delighted to host this evening.
This evening is sponsored by: