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Glendale Arts Finds New Home

Glendale Arts recently announced its new home at ace/121 Gallery, an 800-square-foot art gallery in the center of Glendale, located at 121 N. Kenwood St.
Glendale Arts will operate and program ace/121 Gallery as a multidisciplinary venue, connecting artists and audiences by staging art exhibits, live performances, screenings, conversations, readings, classes, workshops and special events. The gallery will be open to the public and available for rental use.
Glendale Arts, an award-winning nonprofit, has been at the forefront of delivering dynamic arts and entertainment programming on the stage and screen throughout its 15-year history. Its mission is to generate opportunities to showcase, promote and create engagement around performing and cinematic arts.
“We’re beyond thrilled to have Glendale Arts here to activate the gallery with year-round exhibits, performances and events,” said Nancy Goodhart, chief operations officer of EngAGE, which curates arts-focused programs for ace/121 tenants. “Our residents at the colony and artists in the community and beyond are gaining a valuable resource and access to opportunities and experiences that Glendale Arts is uniquely positioned to offer.”
Additional announcements about ace/121 Gallery’s transformation into a hub of arts and entertainment programming are forthcoming.

First published in the July 1 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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