It’s been nearly six years since we started. We’re super-thankful for all the amazing artists and musicians we’ve gotten to work with, and for everyone who’s volunteered to make it work, and everyone who’s come to enjoy the shows.
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After our current exhibit comes down in mid-August we’ll be closing down The 930 Art Center, or at least going into an extended hibernation.
Much like our current space on Mary St., the lobby of the new church building will function as a public art gallery, curated by The 930’s director, Michael Winters. The new gallery will be named The Sojourn Gallery. As far as concerts go, we will still have the ability to host concerts at any of Sojourn’s facilities though we’ll likely be doing fewer concerts.
Sojourn will keep ownership of 930 Mary St. and will continue to use the building for office space and events of various kinds.
Though we wish we could maintain both spaces with active arts calendars, we feel the need to focus our energy and resources on this exciting, new opportunity.