The Laramie County Community College updated their Fine Arts building to support the college programming in conjunction with the City of Cheyenne. The building serves two purposes: housing college programs and creating a space for community functions such as community theater or gatherings.
The original building was constructed in the1960s and was identified in the 1990s as a necessary capital improvement project. The renovation created create where art students can work with plenty of light, theater students can fully block stage productions, and music students can practice in solitude. The renovation includes creative spaces for ceramics, jewelry, welding, art; practice rooms for orchestra and band; and office space for faculty.
The 400-seat performing arts space will be a benefit to both the school and the community. The design was created to complement both the existing LCCC Playhouse and other performance spaces throughout Cheyenne.