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This is a 3 dimensional view of the Veditz Center illustrating what the interior rooms will look like .

1): The Art Gallery will display the artwork , sculptures of Deaf Artists whose works depict ASL / Deaf Culture , where the Deaf community can gather and experience a place of belonging.

2): The Auditorium is designed with a full stage where one can go to enjoy Deaf Theatre as well as host Traveling Broadway Productions as well as Guest Speakers.

The theater also has a state of the art drop down movie screen where people can view newly released movies just as they are made available to the general public simultaneously.

The theatre is also available afterwards four groups to discuss movie reviews.

3): The Recreational Center consist of an indoor swimming pool along with lockers and showers. It also has an exercise room offering yoga aerobics and even an indoor skateboarding ramp.

4): The Library will gather and archive a comprehensive collection of articles and publications related to ASL and topics of deaf culture to provide a one stop and shop Resource Center

5): The Research Facility will consist of state-of- the-art video audio monitor system installed throughout the facility to record and notate research projects to stored and readily available upon request.

6): The Conference Room will be a workshop setting which can be dismantled and converted to a formal banquet room to accommodate galas and fundraising events.

7): The Business Center will occupy Deaf owned Non Profit Organizations that will work harmoniously together to provide various services to the deaf community in a one stop and shop environment.

8): The Civic class room will be used for educating people on civic matters
addressing life enhancing topics such as Orientation to Deafness to spoken
language families with deaf children or assisting deaf consumers with taxation issues etc..by bringing in outside consultants from such
organizations. The classroom will also be used to provide training to adolescent groups , teen groups and senior citizen groups thus providing Incidental learning opportunities.

9): There’s even an opportunity for a deaf entrepreneur to open a small business within the Center such as a Coffee shop.

10): However this is Not the final draft for the Veditz Center. We still need your contribution of input , feedback to bring this project to a final completion 

 
 
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American Sign Language.

"Sign language is the noblest gift God has given to deaf people."

— George Veditz, 1891-1937

 

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