The mission of the paradise performing arts center is to provide the community with a state-of-the-art facility for the staging of a variety of cultural and public events. We are dedicated to providing a cultural center for all residents of the area to experience the entertainment, education, enrichment and enlightenment of a full schedule of events. Concerts, ballet, theater, multimedia presentations, political rallies, symphony performances, seminars, educational programs, debates, religious gatherings, art shows, school performances and education in the performing arts will be included.
Vision and Objectives
As the need for and uses of a community performing arts center expands, it is our intent to attract and provide high quality events to meet these needs; our vision is to expand cultural and social horizons and thereby enhance the quality of life in the greater Paradise area and surrounding communities. We seek to increase the culture of the community through theatrical experiences as well as community involvement in the performing arts.
To achieve this vision, one of the objectives of the management of the Paradise Performing Arts Center is to encourage and assist local businesses and government to work together in a three-way partnership to promote economic development in the area.
Another objective is to increase general public awareness of the value of the cultural and educational programs available, especially uses of the PPAC by the schools in the Paradise area. We believe that community support for these objectives will be evident when citizens:
-Volunteer their time and energy
-Increase their financial contributions
-Designate PPAC as the beneficiary in their wills and charitable giving
-Become active members of the PPAC Support Group
-Frequently attend the various programs and events at the PPAC
One of the roles of the Paradise Performing Arts Center is to work with other community organizations with similar goals such as: local schools, local theatre groups, Paradise Symphony, Northern California Ballet, the Gold Nugget Museum, Paradise Community Concert Association, the Academy of Dance, the Paradise Community Foundation, Paradise Chamber of Commerce, Butte Community and Chico State Colleges, and others by finding ways to help one another whenever possible to achieve mutually beneficial goals.
A very important objective is to locate and attract financial support through grants, as a way to present quality educational programs and entertainment at low or no cost to local school children.
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