Coppell Arts Center announces name for gallery lobby

The Coppell Arts Center includes a multiuse outdoor area complete with a stage. (Courtesy city of Coppell)
The Coppell Arts Center includes a multiuse outdoor area complete with a stage. (Courtesy city of Coppell)

The Coppell Arts Center includes a multiuse outdoor area complete with a stage. (Courtesy city of Coppell)

Coppell Arts Center announced Jan. 30 it has named its lobby The Mr. Cooper Group Gallery Lobby after the formation of a new partnership with home loan company Mr. Cooper Group. The announcement comes as the center is scheduled to open in mid-May. Mr. Cooper Group operates its own artist-in-residence program that has featured over 120 art installations from commissioned artists, according to a news release. The arts center is located at 505 Travis St., Coppell. 972-462-0022. www.coppelltx.gov


By Gavin Pugh
Gavin has reported for Community Impact Newspaper since June 2017. His beat has included Dallas Area Rapid Transit, public and higher education, school and municipal governments and more. He now serves as the editor of the Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake edition.


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