Center for the Arts in Watertown Reveals Its New Name

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To honor the remarkable generosity of the Center’s major donor family, the Board of Directors with support of the Membership charter, are pleased to announce that the Arsenal Center for the Arts has been officially renamed:

The Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts

In 2000, Watertown businessman and philanthropist Charles Mosesian stepped forward with a generosity of spirit and an acknowledgement of the importance of the arts, made a remarkable $1-million-dollar gift that helped launch the Center’s building campaign.

It was this sentiment that inspired others to join in the effort that has created the wonderful community of arts and artists we’ve come to know.

With the continued support from the Mosesian Family Foundation for more than a decade, the Center’s new name will honor this ongoing generosity in memoriam of the late Dorothy and Charles Mosesian.

“With great pride in what we have accomplished over the last ten years, we are invigorated by this opportunity to continue opening doors to excite and inspire diverse audiences and artists to create, appreciate, participate and grow through the arts” said Executive Director Roberta Miller.

The Center will roll out its new name over the course of the next few months – giving a fresh look and feel to the quality programming and vital arts education offerings the community has come to love and depend upon.

One thought on “Center for the Arts in Watertown Reveals Its New Name

  1. Good work in getting the new name out Roberta, and thank you to the Mosesian Family for their generosity and their love of Watertown!

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