From left, Cos Dimaggio of Tauri Group of Fairfax Station, Kusuma Aralere of Gainesville, Va., David Patterson of Tech Enabled Solutions in Leesburg, and Jeff Lovett of Motley Fool of Alexandria.
Metropolitan School of the Arts of Alexandria recently expanded its Alexandria/Kingstowne campus to include its Academy and studio classes, upon closing its Lorton campus. Alexandria/Kingstowne MSA headquarters now provides newly renovated space for its Academy, studios and soon-to-be constructed Black Box theatre. It also welcomed four new board members, including: Jeff Lovett of Motley Fool of Alexandria, Cos Dimaggio of Tauri Group of Fairfax Station,Kusuma Aralere of Gainesville, David Patterson of Tech Enabled Solutions in Leesburg, Jim Anderson of Fairfax Station of the Anderson Company; and Peter Van Aartrikj of the Aartrikj Company in Alexandria. Go to www.metropolitanarts.org for more information.
“We are thrilled to debut our new academy space in Kingstowne…we are growing and with that our space needed to evolve and expand,” said Melissa Dobbs, founder and executive director of Metropolitan School of the Arts of Alexandria. “Having our studios, academy and black box theatre under one roof will help us create a more comprehensive and collaborative atmosphere among our students and instructors,” said Dobbs.
To help support Metropolitan School of the Arts Black Box Theatre campaign, visit www.metrpolitanarts.org