There is an interesting opportunity available for artists in the Strip District. The building is located on Liberty Ave., and the space has great light with an open floor plan. Richard Wierzbowski of Army of Artists, who is organizing the use of the space, has scheduled two open meetings to brainstorm on how to best use the space for a working group studio of 30 artists. The meetings will be at —
On Thursday, July 16 from 4:00 pm until 5:45 pm
On Thursday, July 23 from 4:00 pm until 5:45 pm
2839 Liberty Avenue at 28th Street entrance on the first floor of the Guardian Warehouse
Park for free in the black paved parking lot on the 28th Street side of the red brick warehouse.
A representative of the developer may be present.
To RSVP please email Richard Wierzbowski at firstname.lastname@example.org
A description of the space follows –
Available in the Strip District at 2839 Liberty Avenue near 28th Street.
Artists’ studio and exhibition space for those working on paintings, mixed media , fiber, collages or sculptures of an intermediate scale. Commercial photography is not suited to this space because of space constraints. We will be in the space on August 1, 2009.
Newly renovated by the developer, Guardian Storage Warehouse, with freshly painted ceiling and three of the walls. The fourth wall is done in silver toned industrial metal. 12 feet high ceilings and free off street lighted parking with onsite security. Wooden floor and a new slate gray tiled bathroom with new fixtures. 2200 square foot with heat and air conditioning, exterior and interior lighting, electrical outlets, and a ventilation system for $50 per month, (utilities included in the rental fee) $100 security deposit with a 1 year lease. This offering is limited to 30 people. Indoor loading dock, ground floor space, great light and 24 hour security card access.