Tacoma Is Passing the State’s First Cultural Access Program

By Rich Smith

Here’s one more reason to seriously consider a move to Tacoma. With over 65 percent support for Proposition 1, a.k.a “Tacoma Creates,” it looks like Tacoma will have the first cultural access program in the state of Washington. Thanks to the wisdom of voters, the city will enjoy better access to arts, science, and heritage programs in schools, as well as new arts festivals in town, free tickets to events, and the ample economic benefits that redound to municipalities that have the good sense to broadly invest in the arts. And all of this for the low-low (but still regressive) average price of $13 per household per year.

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2018-11-20T23:47:36+00:00 November 13th, 2018|Access, Cultural Arts, Media, Tacoma Creates|0 Comments