Thursday, December 1, 2022

Culturefix Moves Into New Building

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WILLIAMSBURG-Culturefix recently relocated to a new space in downtown Williamsburg on Francis Street. The non-profit arts organization moved into its new building at the beginning of March.

President and co-founder Steve Rose started Culturefix in 2015 as way to improve the cultural offerings in the Williamsburg area. The organization has been instrumental in bringing art and music talent to the city through events such as 2nd Sundays Art & Music Festival, the Winter Jazz Festival, the Summer Breeze Concert Series, and, most recently, the Williamsburg Christmas Market.

Office hours for Culturefix are Tuesday through Friday 9 am to 4 pm and Saturday from 10 am to noon. An open house of the new building will be held at a later date.

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