SPECTRE Arts is a gallery and green space venue hosting revolving exhibits, workshops, talks, and more.
Located in the Downtown Durham Golden Belt Historic District, it neighbors The Cotton Room, Golden Belt, and Liberty Arts Warehouse. The organization’s historical building was constructed as a church in 1910 and was used for this purpose until late 2011. After a year and a half of renovations, the space has been revitalized and now includes artists’ studios as well as exhibition and performance spaces, including outdoor green space. Through a variety of programming, SPECTRE Arts aims to encourage collaboration and the exchange of creative ideas.
Rent SPECTRE Arts for meetings, retreats, fundraising parties, weddings, or any other social event. The space includes a 600-square-foot gallery and a spacious 2,400-square-foot outdoor private yard. Rent by the day or half-day. For more information visit: http://www.spectrearts.org/about/rentals/
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