AMS Planning & Research Corp.
Ardmore, Oklahoma

Creating Ardmore

AMS presented a plan to a diverse group of stakeholders in Ardmore, Oklahoma, to breathe life into the city’s arts and cultural offerings.
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Mercer Island Arts Center

New Center for the Arts on Mercer Island

AMS client Mercer Island Center for the Arts (MICA) on Mercer Island near Seattle is scheduled to break ground in late 2016...
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El Paso, Texas

Advancing Quality of Life in El Paso

The City of El Paso, Texas, took several big steps toward a new cultural development project this January, as it focused its efforts on four potential sites downtown.
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PACStats

PACStats 2.0

Completely redesigned for 2015, PACStats enables informed and effective decision-making at every performing arts center.
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U.S. Department of State

Connecting the World through Dance

AMS begins its fourth consecutive year evaluating and supporting this important international arts initiative.
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The Proposed Pier 55

Transforming History into the Future

New York's historic waterfront has a bold proposal for a new island-like park and performance venue.
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Writers Theatre Ground Breaking

Writers Theatre Breaks Ground

The new Theatre Center will offer a bold new home for the acclaimed organization.
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Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Grand Premiere in Orlando

Longtime AMS client, the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, announces their Grand Premiere schedule!
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Salt Lake's Eccles Theater

Salt Lake Project Gets a Name

Congratulations to our colleagues in Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County for the naming gift of their upcoming venue.
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New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Urban Transformation through Culture

On October 9th and 10th, AMS will take part in an International Conference on Cultural Institutions and Urban Transformation.
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New Ideas Need Old Buildings

Discussing Adaptive Reuse for Museums

At the recent American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Conference, AMS Director Katie Oman led a wide-ranging discussion exploring "New Ideas Need Old Buildings: Museums, Cities, and Adaptive Reuse."
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Exploring El Paso

Exploring El Paso

AMS has partnered with HKS Urban Design Studio on a cultural facilities masterplan, which will include a children's museum, Hispanic Cultural Center, and the city's future multi-purpose arena.
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Salt Lake City

Making Way in Utah

Congratulations to our colleagues in Salt Lake City, where demolition began to make way for the New Performing Arts Center.
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Brown University

Building a Better Brown

Brown University was looking for renewed focus and reconfigured facilities to engage the creative arts as much as it does the liberal arts.
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Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Progress in Orlando

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Orlando, Florida, is well on its way to grand opening in November.
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Theatre for a New Audience

New home for Theatre for a New Audience

Theatre for a New Audience hosted its inaugural production in the brand new Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York.
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Audience Revolution

Audience (R)Evolution

AMS continues its research and project support for Theatre Communications Group's Audience (R)Evolution initiative, exploring trends and next practice in audience engagement.
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Bing Concert Hall

Bing Concert Hall

AMS congratulates Stanford University and Stanford Live for the 2013 opening of Bing Concert Hall, an astounding new addition to the performing arts in the region. We are proud to have played a role in the new hall’s success. Early in the planning process, AMS assisted...
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Weill Hall

Weill Hall Opens to Rave Reviews

AMS offers congratulations to our colleagues at Sonoma State University on the spectacular opening of the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall.
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Steven A. Wolff

Wolff speaks to Connecticut Legislature

AMS president Steven A. Wolff delivered the key presentation at a legislative breakfast and press conference on The Impact of Arts and Culture on Jobs and the Economy in Fairfield County.
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