The Artists of the Screw Factory Host Their Spring Open Studio This Friday

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The Artists of the Screw Factory are hosting their Spring Open Studio this Friday, Mar. 27, from 6 to 10 p.m. The event features more than two dozen resident and visiting artists. Only three times a year do the Artists of the Screw Factory open their doors to the public, so if you miss this chance, it won't come along again very soon.

Stop by the second floor to see the newly transformed event space, and the third floor to see the visiting artists and vendors. 



Participating Resident Artists include Danielle Andes, Diana Bjel, Michael Boich, Ann Caywood Brown, Ann Creed, Gina DeSantis, Megan Frankenfield, Phyllis Kohring Fannin, Katie Hanrahan, Freddy Hill, Ingrid Hoegner-Leek, The Movement Factory, Michelle Mowery, M.C. Nagel, Dan Pruitt, RTD Design Collective, Ryu no Sakebi, Dott Schneider, Kim Schoel, Eva Sherman, Karen St. John Vincent and Achala Wali.

Additionally, a number of visiting artists will be exhibiting for the evening. Guest artists include Apemade, Earth Philosophy, Liza Michelle Jewelry, Nancie Spotts, Udella Spotts amd Wright & Rede.



The Screw Factory’s Spring Open Studio is free and open to the public.

(Screw Factory) 13000 Athens Ave., Lakewood, screwfactoryartists.com

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