John E. Palmer Cultural Center

Designed by Master Architect David Mayernik and built in 2009, the Palmer Cultural Center is named for alumnus John E. Palmer ’64, who generously left his entire estate to TASIS in gratitude for his experience.

John E. Palmer Cultural Center

The building includes a theater which is home to assemblies, classes, and, of course, performances.

John E. Palmer Cultural Center

Elementary School, Middle School, and High School drama productions and musical performances are but a few of the cultural events taking place in the Palmer Cultural Center.

John E. Palmer Cultural Center

Beautiful wood surrounds the flexible theater space, which houses frequent meetings and events.

John E. Palmer Cultural Center

Thanks to retractable seating, the space can also be used for events such as art exhibitions.

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