Bo Diddley Plaza
The beautiful Bo Diddley Community Plaza is located at 111 E. University Avenue on the corner of SE 1st Street and E. University Avenue in the heart of Historic Gainesville. It is available for concerts, festivals, church gatherings and more throughout the year; offering a covered stage as well as a picnic and park area. It was renamed in 2008, after the death of a local treasure - legendary rock & roll singer, guitarist and songwriter, Bo Diddley.
Please visit the new website at www.BoDiddleyPlaza.com.
For alternative site rental information, rules and regulations, please contact Nigell Hamm, CRA at (352) 393-8202 or HammN1@cityofgainesville.org.
Rosa B Williams Center/352artspace
The Rosa B Williams Center is a participatory arts space. The center features a gallery space, floating dance floor, a percussive dance floor and a total of 4 rooms available for lessons, classes and events offered by participatory arts groups. The center is built on the site of the Union Academy, a historical African-American school established in 1865, which served the community for almost 60 years.
For rental information please contact Erica Chatman, CMP, (352) 393-8539 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tench Building Artist Studios
The Cultural Affairs Division manages this facility in the downtown area to accommodate six local artists' studio spaces and the Sweetwater Print Cooperative at nominal monthly rental fees. The studios host several open houses throughout the year. The Tench Building is located at 115 S. Main Street. For more information or to submit rental applications, please contact Erica Chatman, CMP, at (352) 393-8539 or email@example.com.