Fort Smith Symphony gets Health & Wellness Center office

FORT SMITH, Ark – Arkansas Colleges of Health Education will be making a home for the Fort Smith Symphony corporate offices in their new Research Institute Health & Wellness Center.

ACHE recently acquired the former Golden Living building and is currently working on renovations and updates to the 20-year old building.

Kyle D. Parker, CEO of ACHE said the medical colleges see a direct correlation between the arts and wellness.

“Our intention is to continue to build health education and supplement it with all forms of art including: painting, architecture, sculpture, literature, music, performing and cinema,” Parker said in a news release.

John Jeter, the symphony’s music director and conductor, said his staff will move into the Research Institute in March 2021.

“It has been a challenging year for the arts and I am grateful for the support from ACHE,” Jeter added. “Moving our offices to the ACHE Research Institute Health & Wellness Center will provide more opportunities for interaction between our two organizations. We look forward to continuing to provide musical arts to our community.”

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