|Collection||Economic Development and Reigonal Enterprise|
|Object Name||Archival Collection|
|Scope & Content||
The Performing Arts Collection (PAC) is arranged in four series: 1. Administrative Files, 2. Studies and Proposals, and 3. Correspondence. Items span the years 1988 to 1997, with the bulk of materials from 1993-1997. The first, Administrative series, consists of four subseries: General, Meetings, Technical Materials, and Contracts. The items are arranged (when possible) in chronological order within each subseries. The files contain newspaper clippings related to Sacramento arts groups, city maps of downtown, potential project development schedules, The Sacramento Regional PAC and Conferencing Facility Study, news clippings on PAC, newsletters, pamphlets, reports, meeting notes, memoranda, meeting attendance lists, work session agenda, sign-in sheets, faxes, and presentation lists.
The second, Studies and Proposals, series contains five subseries arranged by submitting agencies-- and then chronologically. Studies by Ancthus, SH2a, Vail Engineering, Boora Architects, and AMS Planning and Research contain feasibility studies and/or proposals for PAC construction. Studies show what locations were considered as possible construction sites as well as potential need for a performing arts center and conference facility in downtown Sacramento.
The third series, Correspondence, is divided into two subseries of General and Technical. Topics of General Correspondence include: site selection, feasibility studies, agency insurance specs, parking, work-sessions. There is correspondence with Mayor Joe Serna, performing arts group leaders, architects, and planning groups. Topics of Technical Correspondence include diagrams for sites, AMS research, agenda, and financing options.
The final series, Public Reponses consists of just one subseries and contains letters from the general public, performing arts-groups leaders, and individual citizens on subject of the proposed PAC. It sheds useful light on the public perception of the proposed development of downtown Sacramento.
|Dates of Creation||1990-1999, circa|
|Dates of Accumulation|
|Title||Performing Arts Series|
|Subjects||Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency|