Epsilon Spires unveiling new studio space on Friday

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BRATTLEBORO — Epsilon Spires will offer tours of its five brand new office spaces and artists' studios from 5 to 6:30 p.m. today during Gallery Walk.

These third floor spaces will be joined in the spring by similarly revitalized spaces on level two, currently under construction. The studios are offered for rent by building owner Bob Johnson's Delta Zeta LLC. Knowledgeable guides will be on site to showcase the rooms and answer questions.

Epsilon Spires will also unveil new signage in front of the building at 190 Main St., in a gesture of change and revitalization of the former Baptist Church.

On the first floor in the Social Engagement Salon, Epsilon Spires will present DJ Sparkles spinning vinyl, along with snacks and beverages. The Sanctuary will also be open to experience the sounds of the Weather Warlock, using sun, wind, rain, and temperature to control an analog synthesizer.

For rental information about the Delta Zeta studios contact David McManus dmcmanus@deltavermont.com or call/text 802-451-0844.



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