Woolly Fine Arts Center

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The Woolly Fine Arts Center is the home of the Community Theatre of Little Rock, a volunteer organization of actors, directors, producers, designers, and engineers who produce theater events at the Arkansas School for the Blind (ASB). The Fine Arts Center features a pipe organ purchased by the school in 1904 and moved into the facility in 1978, and a nine-foot concert grand piano acquired in 1914.

The building is named for James Max Woolly who served first as math teacher and principal and then as superintendent of the school. Woolly arrived on campus in the fall of 1939 and worked at the school until 1983.

The Woolly Fine Arts Center is located at 2600 West Markham.


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