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Come See Renovations to the Fuller Music Center TODAY From 1 to 3!
All members of the University of Hartford community are invited to visit the Alfred C. Fuller Music Center (Hartt School) on Wednesday, Aug. 28, any time between 1 and 3 p.m., before heading to the Faculty/Staff Kickoff later that afternoon.
We welcome you to share in Hartt’s pride and excitement about the recent renovations to the Fuller Center.
Students, faculty, and staff will welcome visitors and share more about the building, which first opened its doors in 1963, and its recent “facelift.”
A staff-lead initiative to improve the building served as the catalyst for the improvements Fuller has received, which were implemented during the winter and summer breaks this year. Partnerships across campus helped this project come to fruition.
The recent work, which cost more than $750,000, was completed with assistance from the Office of the Provost (new ceilings and lighting), the Facilities Department (new HVAC system), and a donation from a friend of The Hartt School (interior design work).
Tatyana Nadgor, a faculty member in the Architecture Department at CETA, provided the new interior design scheme for Fuller’s public spaces, and the work was completed this summer using environmentally responsible products. Fuller now has new flooring throughout its main hallways, which improves sound absorption, a new paint scheme designed to coordinate throughout the building but with a distinct palette for each floor, and other aesthetic and functional enhancements, which support student, faculty, and staff needs.
If you drop by, we encourage you to share your reactions to the Fuller Music Center renovations on Facebook and Twitter (#HarttFuller)! Hashtagged posts will be displayed on the screens in Fuller through Sept. 13.