Once a textile mill that made pouches for Bull Durham tobacco, the Golden Belt has been transformed into a LEED-certified complex of apartments, galleries, studios, event spaces, and more. The restored campus is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Tour the galleries and artist studios, interact with local artists, and explore this creative hub which also houses a tattoo shop, salon, and yoga studio.
The Golden Belt also regularly hosts special events, including the monthly Third Friday series when all of the 30 artists’ studios are opened to the public for viewing.
The Durham Art Guild presents "Photographs by Henry Greene, Marilyn Telen and Yousuf Zafar," all members of DAG, featuring images from their individual travels and experiences.