Temp Spaces for Special Events, Conference and Productions

Theater

The newly designed EggKrewe bar is next door to the Fab Beauty Bar (Studio 115). EggKrewe is a common area for parties and other events. The chairs were fashioned out of shopping carts, and the bar in the background was crafted from an old industrial fire door and shipping pallets - both are the handiwork of C. Elliott Perkins, who loves to repurpose otherwise discarded items into funky contemporary furnishings.

 

Meeting, Special Event and Performance Spaces

Creative Spaces are available throughout ArtEgg. Downstairs the cafe has enviroglass floors, and ensuite kitchen and bath, roundtable with seating for 6 – or can be easily hold more people for a reception or meeting.

The Front and Back Loading Docks have been used for receptions, muscial performances and rallies,including those organized by the Alliance for Affordable Energy (http://all4energy.org). Rebirth Brass Band (www.rebirthbrassband.com) and musicians such as Steve Masakowski (www.astralproject.com) have performed at ArtEgg.

Founder's Conference Room and Lounge (available separately)

The Conference Room is available for small meetings with ensuite kitchen and bath, and conference table seating 8 – 10 people and casual seating area.

The Green Room/Lounge is decorated with African Art, and has a spacious and comfortable couch, seating area for 10 – 12 people or reception area, desk and separate entrance.

Atrium

The upstairs Atrium, with bamboo flooring, overlooking the white roof, is great for exhibits, meetings, receptions (including a wedding) as well as our own Arts After Dark events. Over 5000 sq ft with access to the upstairs service kitchen. Easily accommodates 200 - 300 people for cocktails. Theater seating is available for 30 as well as a riser.

Euphrosine Gallery

Upstairs suitable for photography or other smaller exhibits.

Classroom/Photo Shoots – Studio 124

More than 900 square feet with double door access (for easy prop/equipment load in and out), high ceilings, concrete floors, across from restrooms and off downstairs central corridor