Date(s) - May 25 - May 26
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
618 Arlington was built in 1912 by Architect David W.F. Nichols and contractor F. Hinds. Originally the home of Northland Knitting, the building has provided operating space to a variety of manufacturers over the years, most recently Ram Wools, who operated there until the mid-1990s. In 2010, John Hunsberger purchased the building with a vision of transforming it into unique artists’ studios. Using reclaimed materials and a creative approach to renovation, the historic building has been completely revitalized. With 21 studios and more to come as the fourth floor is developed, ARTlington provides beautiful workspaces for more than 30 diverse artists. Artists’ work will be displayed throughout the entire building.
Guided tours will start at 12:00pm on Saturday and Sunday, lasting 30-45 minutes, maximum 15 participants.