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The Carnegie Center
The Carnegie Center is a symbol of continuity. In an era when so many places
look alike, this unique building demonstrates the resilience and viability
of its neighborhood.
Today, the Carnegie Center is being returned to its role as a multi-service
center that will serve workers and residents in downtown Phoenix and the
eastern Capitol Mall.
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Arizona Center for the Book is one of 50 state affiliates
for the Center of the Book in the Library of Congress. The
goal of state centers is to carry the Center for the Book’s
mission of “stimulating public interest in books, reading, literacy and libraries to the state and
ONEBOOKAZ – a state-wide literacy project
Letters About Literature – a national reading promotion program of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, presented in partnership with the Arizona Center for the Book.
Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame program pays
tribute posthumously, and honors in perpetuity, the remarkable
women whose contributions to the arts, athletics, business,
education, government, the humanities, philanthropy and science,
have played a significant role in the history of Arizona
and provide a significant contribution to the historical
record of the State of Arizona.
The Carnegie Center serves as a Training Center and offers Meeting Space free of charge to non-profits and state agencies during the work week. Spaces available to be reserved include:
Open rotunda area
Patio and outdoor area
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