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Gallery: Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday

May 22, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Supporters of the Arts in Bloomington gather for the Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday. Bloomington Mayor proposed preserving the Waldron Arts Center for at least five years on Thursday. Rhino’s All Ages club and the building that housed the former Player’s Pub were torn down in recent years to be replaced with “Luxury” apartments. One of the proposals in a study of what to do with the Waldron building was to convert it to apartments. Arts organizations are asking that the city give them a place at the table as plans are made for the Waldron’s future, and a proposed arts center to be constructed in the future at another location. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 22, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Supporters of the Arts in Bloomington gather for the Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday. Bloomington Mayor proposed preserving the Waldron Arts Center for at least five years on Thursday. Rhino’s All Ages club and the building that housed the former Player’s Pub were torn down in recent years to be replaced with “Luxury” apartments. One of the proposals in a study of what to do with the Waldron building was to convert it to apartments. Arts organizations are asking that the city give them a place at the table as plans are made for the Waldron’s future, and a proposed arts center to be constructed in the future at another location. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 22, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Supporters of the Arts in Bloomington gather for the Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday. Bloomington Mayor proposed preserving the Waldron Arts Center for at least five years on Thursday. Rhino’s All Ages club and the building that housed the former Player’s Pub were torn down in recent years to be replaced with “Luxury” apartments. One of the proposals in a study of what to do with the Waldron building was to convert it to apartments. Arts organizations are asking that the city give them a place at the table as plans are made for the Waldron’s future, and a proposed arts center to be constructed in the future at another location. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 22, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Supporters of the Arts in Bloomington gather for the Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday. Bloomington Mayor proposed preserving the Waldron Arts Center for at least five years on Thursday. Rhino’s All Ages club and the building that housed the former Player’s Pub were torn down in recent years to be replaced with “Luxury” apartments. One of the proposals in a study of what to do with the Waldron building was to convert it to apartments. Arts organizations are asking that the city give them a place at the table as plans are made for the Waldron’s future, and a proposed arts center to be constructed in the future at another location. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 22, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Cardinal State Company Managing Director Gabe Gloden speaks. Supporters of the Arts in Bloomington gather for the Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday. Bloomington Mayor proposed preserving the Waldron Arts Center for at least five years on Thursday. Rhino’s All Ages club and the building that housed the former Player’s Pub were torn down in recent years to be replaced with “Luxury” apartments. One of the proposals in a study of what to do with the Waldron building was to convert it to apartments. Arts organizations are asking that the city give them a place at the table as plans are made for the Waldron’s future, and a proposed arts center to be constructed in the future at another location. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)
May 22, 2021; Bloomington, Indiana: Supporters of the Arts in Bloomington gather for the Save Our Arts Venues Rally at the Monroe County Courthouse Saturday. Bloomington Mayor proposed preserving the Waldron Arts Center for at least five years on Thursday. Rhino’s All Ages club and the building that housed the former Player’s Pub were torn down in recent years to be replaced with “Luxury” apartments. One of the proposals in a study of what to do with the Waldron building was to convert it to apartments. Arts organizations are asking that the city give them a place at the table as plans are made for the Waldron’s future, and a proposed arts center to be constructed in the future at another location. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)

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