Around 300 folks strolled through, with the second and third floor studios busy from 2:30 till 9 p.m.! The variety of artists was impressive and the perfect weather added to the high spirits of our guests.
Better late then never, here is a nice article explaining the history of the factory’s Open Studio from ClevelandIndependent.com:
in the Lake Erie Screw building (also known as the Templar Industrial Park building) promises to be a blast!
Besides visiting the open studios on floors two and three, shopping for the holidays and snooping around to see how everyone else organizes their space, we’ll have plenty of food, drink and a live band at 8pm on the third floor.
I’ll be working on a few projects….
We hope to see you there!