Serving as both a community center and an arts complex, this building contains spaces for art shows, theater and education. ... More
Serving as both a community center and an arts complex, this building contains spaces for art shows, theater and education. The shows here are packed with the works of young artists and are presented on a grand scale, with hundreds of new works on display monthly. The courses offered here, which are all non-profit, include yoga, drawing, dance and sculpture. The galleries are fully accessible, but call ahead for disabled access at other times. Admission is free.
The high cealings and exposed brick walls characterize this great gallery/theatre space. It's good karma accumulated for the past ten years is felt as soon as one walks in. This non-profit organization has served youth and families via education and the arts since its founding.
The staff are friendly and easy to work with. You can have a wedding reception while simultaneously showing your art work!
It is a place of pure delight!
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