In May 2000, the city of Tempe, Arizona (just to the east of Phoenix) passed Proposition 400, dedicating a one-tenth percent sales tax to the development, construction, and operation of a center for the arts. Tempe had entered a new phase in its history and wanted an architectural and cultural centerpiece that reflected the history and unique landscape of the region. Seven years later, the result is the uniquely southwestern Tempe Center for the Arts (TCA), designed by architects Barton ...

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