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Studio fund: over $400,000!

Moving wood at the construction site of the Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios.
Moving wood at the construction site of the Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios.

Step by step, our studio renovation and expansion project – the Tom and Florence Busch Digital Studios – is moving forward as the calendar turns over into 2013.

As we go to press, we’re anticipating the first phases of construction to begin any day. Our contractors will use the special shipments of wood, pictured at top, to build the initial frame of our new, crucially-needed studio space. Thanks to you, the funds are there to make this first phase a reality; our digital studio funds now exceed $400,000! For the latest updates – and to help us keep our studio construction moving forward – visit this page.

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This article is part of the Year-End 2012 edition of our newsletter, The Nome Static.

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