Holiday Art Sale 30 Cutler Street

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The Artists of 30 Cutler Street in Warren

Present the  2017 Holiday Sale on November 25

First in several years - Buy Art & Shop Local! 

On November 25, from 12-5 pm, dozens of artists and artisans  at 30 Cutler Street invite you to “shop small and buy local”  from a unique range of works in nearly every material. Clay, photography, needlework, painting, printmaking, stone carving and one-of-a-kind jewelry will be on offer- and that’s just the beginning!  Additionally, invited artists and artisans from the community will be exhibiting throughout the second floor, making this the best bet for East Bay studio sales of the season. A map will guide guests around the second floor to assist in finding a favorite, or discovering something new and wonderful. 

The now beautifully restored mills of Warren have been a centerpiece of the town’s hard-working heritage since before the turn of the last century. The tradition continues as small businesses based on art, artistry and light industry have filled the studios of 30 Cutler Street for the past 30 years. 

If you are a first time visitor, you’ll appreciate the safe, spacious hallways and building amenities- it’s a beautiful, well maintained creative workplace. Explore the hallways and studios of this historic mill building and browse the tremendous variety of artistry! Shopping small and local just doesn’t get more interesting than this. Fun and refreshments, too, and no admission charge. Ample free parking is available around the building and in several Warren municipal lots. 

Please see Facebook event page for details and late additions.

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