Monday, March 8, 2010

Heart for the Arts Reflects Core Values: Part III

Earlier we shared how The Midas Center is passionate about "taking green mainstream" as one of our core values. The articles titled, Office Decor Reflects Core Values: Part I and The Midas Center: Taking Green Mainstream Part II both illustrate our innovative attempts to proactively live out our core values in the office.

Another passion that ignites The Midas Center team is the love for the arts. Sharing office space within a magnificent up-and-coming art gallery makes every day a new and enlightening experience. Since last October when the inSPIRATIVE art center and The Midas Center opened its doors, there have been several talented visual and performing artists that have been showcased.

This week the inSPIRATIVE art center is preparing another stellar art opening event titled, "susPENded." Today, as we walked into our offices at 100 West Garro Street in downtown Plymouth, we were so fortunate to have a sneak peak of this exhibit. We are reminded of how blessed we are to have the opportunity to be located within such creative talent, the synergy of creativity is heating up! This Friday's event will bring on the heat without a doubt.

The love for the arts is another mainstay for our core values and we are proud to promote the works of artists other creative organizations who showcase creative individuals. We invite you to explore the creative spirit and endeavors that The Midas Center supports. We "heart" the following creative groups, individuals or programs:

- Chairs for Charity, 2009 Culver Tri Kappa fundraiser
- The Gallery on Main
- Heartland Artists
- The Hanggup
- Imaginary Art School
- inSPIRATIVE art center

We encourage you to support the arts in your community. If you are available this Friday, March 12th, stop by at inSPIRATIVE art center for the opening event, titled, "susPENded." Doors open at 7 and there is live music and wine service available.


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