James C. & Mary B. Martin Center for the Arts
Where Possibilities Take Center Stage
ETSU’s James C. and Mary B. Martin Center for the Arts is a facility that will help dreams take flight. With construction nearing completion, the building includes professional-grade performing arts spaces, as well as teaching, gathering and administrative spaces.
The 93,000-square-foot center will serve a breadth of programs and needs for ETSU
and the community, complementing the city and the university’s economic and cultural
While it looks like live events in the Martin Center must be deferred to 2021, we are looking forward to hosting activities when guidelines allow and, in the meantime, using the performance spaces for ETSU instruction as needed, with appropriate safety measures. For an update on the center construction and the outlook for coming months, click here.
Making It All Possible
~ LEAD DONORS ~
James C. Martin/Irrevocable Trust
City of Johnson City
Washington County, TN
The James C. and Mary B. Martin Center for the Arts is a city, university, community, regional collaboration.
In fall 2020, the James C. and Mary B. Martin Center for the Arts will be welcoming academics while looking forward to a time when artists and patrons will also be joining us. While you can't book a seat quite yet, you can name a seat in the main auditorium or the recital hall.
For a tax-deductible gift of $250.00, patrons can 'purchase' a seat and accomplish a number of things:
Honor or remember a friend, loved one or a favorite teacher or musician
Support the continuing work on the arts center
Create a lasting gift to the arts of this region.
TAKE YOUR CUE.
Support the Arts Center.
Director of Development
College of Arts & Sciences