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Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage - Live Stage
... the facility was named the Stanley Theatre du Maurier Stage, taken over by the Arts Club Theatre Company and later became their main stage ... This venue has allowed the Arts Club to put on new kinds of shows, such as large musicals, classics and productions from around the world ... In addition to showing Arts Club productions, the theatre is rented out for other purposes, including business and educational presentations, and has been used for comedy ...
Thirunanthikarai - Notable Places
... centuries old mural paintings has great value in history of south Indian art ... Kuriji arts club and Vivekananda arts club are two notable arts club of this area which encourages students and youth in cultural and social activities ...
Indiana University Northwest - Campus Life
... College of Health Care Executives, Student Chapter Anthropology Club Arts Club Asian American Association Beta Beta Beta Biology Club Black Student Union Campus Crusade for Christ C.H.I.L.L ... C.O.L.O.U.R.S Crew IUNCA - Communication Club Dean's Undergraduate Advisory Council Delta Sigma Pi fraternity Delta Sigma Theta sorority Dental Education Club E-Commerce ... IU Northwest Dance Company IU Northwest Gold Stars Club KUUMBA Math Club Military Science Club Mixed Martial Arts Club Modern Language Club Muslim Student Association Neal-Marshall Alumni Club ...
Arts Club Of Chicago
... Arts Club of Chicago is a private club located in the Near North Side community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States, a block east of the Magnificent Mile ... It was founded in 1916, inspired by the success of the Art Institute of Chicago's handling of the Armory Show ... Its founding was viewed as a statement that art had become an important component of civilized urban life ...

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