"He will renovate in blueprints so that we can then go for the grants to make the building greener, to make it flow better, to get rid of some of these walls that don't flow well," she explained. "Open up the classroom spaces and artist residencies, get our other fire escape going."
Although NCCCA currently owns the entire building, they aren't able to utilize all of it, because they need to come up to code, which the architect can help with.
As the center becomes settled in the new building, Daul is already anticipating how many more events will be able to take place there.
"While say pottery and dance may be going on downstairs, we've got Kindermusik and art going on upstairs," she said. "We've got some artist in residents that are working on some workshops and some private work somewhere else. So we've got enough space to make all that happen."
For more information regarding NCCCA, visit www.plattsburgharts.org, or call 563-1604.