Prizer Arts & Letters offers curated exhibits that bring artists and writers together to explore subjects that matter. We offer free materials and space for making art and writing in our Creativity Room.
- Monthly Exhibits with Opening and Closing Receptions, Free and Open to the Public
- Artists' Talks, Writing Workshops and Creative Experiments
- Open Gallery and Creativity Room, Thursday Evenings, 6 to 8pm
Abe Louise Young
In October 2016, Prizer Arts & Letters was founded as a nonprofit. The Prizer building, a 1920's house, was originally opened by Carrie Kenny in 2012 as a gallery with affordable arts office space. The building is named in honor of Carrie's mother, Peggy Prizer Kenny. The gallery has exhibited the work of local artists and community groups since its inception, and the Prizer building is still home to the offices of Fusebox Festival, Forklift Danceworks, Revolution Writing Studio, Fluxion Photography, Lobel Arts and many others.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Prizer Arts & Letters is a 501c3 nonprofit.