Williamsport, PA – 04/14/17 – Factory Works Gallery (Pajama Factory) – Experimental Electronic Music

Experimental Electronic Music
Friday, April 14, 2017
6:00pm - All Ages Buy Tickets
1307 Park Avenue
Williamsport, PA 17701

The Pajama Factory is a proud sponsor of Factory Works—a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed within our complex. Factory Works was founded in 2011 as the Center for Creativity by Pajama Factory owners, Mark & Susie Winkelman, in an effort to support the development and maintenance of a collaborative and educational environment for artists, artisans, and small businesses. Rebranded in 2014 as Factory Works, the organization has since built, and now maintains, a well-equipped wood shop, clay studio, darkroom, and bicycle shop. Factory Works has also established a gallery and sponsors an annual artist-in-residence program every summer.

To provide the Williamsport community with resources for nurturing artists and innovative thinkers to ignite a spirit of creativity that enriches our entire community.

Factory Works is a creative incubator that attracts and supports emerging and established artists, entrepreneurs, craftspeople, community groups, and businesses; drawing from near and far in an effort to revitalize the area.

Other Info
Friday April 14, 7 — 10 PM | Doors Open at 6
Factory Works Gallery | Pajama Factory Studio 10 2nd Floor
1307 Park Avenue Williamsport, PA 17701
No Cover | Suggested Donation: $5

Factory Works Gallery at the Pajama Factory in Williamsport invites you to Factory Works Gallery Presents: an evening of electronic music. The first in a series of ongoing events which seek to activate the current exhibitions in the gallery. The evening will feature a range of electronic musical acts curated by area musician Joseph Alex, who records as Clone 334, including atmospheric and textural music from Erie, Pennsylvania’s onewayness, improv harp from Chelsea Smarr of Frackville and the electro-mechanical impressionistic sonicscapes of Millville’s Shivasongster. This event will also serve as a closing reception for the gallery’s current exhibition, Ill Communication, which features the conceptual photographs and prints of area artist Brian James Spies. We hope you will join us for a night of art and music in the unique, rejuvenated industrial space of Factory Works Gallery in Studio 10 on the second floor of the Pajama Factory.

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