Lee Street Studios holds first Open House and concert at facility

(Photo by Sarah Richardson)
A large black and white piece by local artist James Addison adorns one of the gallery walls in the old school building.
(Photo by Sarah Richardson)
A lamp made by Peggy Mackenzie illuminates other art pieces in a corner of the main galleria inside the studios.

On Friday, Sept. 29, the Lee Street Studios Centre for the Arts kicked off the weekend by hosting an Open House at their new facility located in the old Lewisburg Elementary School.

Numerous local artists had pieces and collections on display throughout the expansive hallways of the former “E” building, which now contains rentable studio spaces for all kinds of art-driven folk. For entertainment, Thom Bresh performed a live show on Saturday evening in the old library while the open house was in full swing. The center plans to host frequent concert and public galleries, so if you didn’t make it to this one, there will be a chance in the near future!




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