The Downtown Arts District is hosting their Third Thursday Gallery Hop on February 21 at a different venue this month as their new home at the Rogers Kiene Building continues to be built out.
The new venue, located at 108 Lake Avenue [GMap], is a historic building tucked away from the new Citi Tower Apartments and owned by Ronald W. and Elizabeth T. Black, which is currently available for lease HERE.
Renovations on the Rogers Kiene Building have been taking longer than the arts organization have expected as they continue to prep the space to host their ongoing programming and cultural events.
New features to the building include an updated theater upstairs and a new public pocket park/activity space that could potentially wrap around the entire building. More details on that project to come soon.
In the meantime, Downtown Arts has launched a new branding campaign for the district and the former City Arts Factory concept, which will now be referred to as “CityArts” since they’ve dropped the Factory bit that was associated with their former home at Orange and Pine Street. Scroll down to see their new logos as designed by local branding agency, REMIXED.
Their new home at the Rogers Kiene Building is scheduled to open to the public in March 2019.