BREAD Arts Laboratory - May 2019
BREAD Arts Lab is ready to launch.
BREAD Arts Lab space in 58 High Street. Will it be Ayr's cultural centre?
We would like to invite you to our BREAD Arts Laboratory launch on Friday the 15th March.
The project is located on Ayr's High Street in a huge three-story space, where over the next three months we want to find out what would give artists a reason to have a foothold in Ayr and what the public want from arts in the area.
We will use the information gained from this three-month research period to develop our Creative Strategy and Business Plan to create a sustainable permanent Arts Hive at the location and a planned Bakehouse at 3 Cathcart Street, where renovations are underway.
An interesting programme of contemporary art exhibitions has been curated for this first three-months with exhibitions changing every two weeks.
We are open to proposal to use the spaces for all kinds of events, performances, workshops and happenings during the research period and we are already in discussions about future possibilities and collaborations.
What would you use it for?
Come along to our opening party and get involved and let us know your thoughts, because we want to make BREAD Arts Lab a hustling, bustling, buzzing hive of creative activity for everyone!
Doors open 6:00 pm–10:00 pm.
Please R.S.V.P to give us a sense of numbers attending
We look forwArt to see you there.
The BREAD Arts Lab Team
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