CLC Foundation seeks new Director for Performing Arts Center

The College is in the early stages of hiring a new director to oversee CLCPAC

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BRAINERD – The Central Lakes College Foundation has announced a new partnership with the Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center. As an part of Central Lakes College, the PAC will now work directly with the Foundation to continue the tradition of outstanding cultural arts, theatre productions and community connections to CLC’s stages.

The College is in the early stages of hiring a new director. In partnership with the Foundation and the College, the new director will guide the growth, public image and brand awareness of the CLCPAC within the Brainerd lakes area. This individual will coordinate strategic and artistic planning and programming with existing and new programs to enhance the mission of the Center and the College.

CLCPAC will present the play ‘Clarence Darrow,’ featuring Spradlin, for its last theatre production of the academic year. The CLC Foundation will have tickets available for donation online at Proceeds will go to the Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Theatre Fund.

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