Belmont Arts & Cultural Center

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Belmont Arts Center

The Belmont Arts & Cultural Center is a community arts center located in the heart of the Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood. It has operated out of the Window Factory building at 401 North Reus Street since 1999. It features a gallery and facilities for glass blowing, pottery and glass bead making, among others.

Belmont Arts Center as seen from the corner of Belmont and De Villiers Streets

Some of the activities and events hosted by the Belmont Arts Center include:

  • Music @ the Belmont: a concert series begun with the "Tin Pan Open Mic" 2004 by Teresa Hill, Chad Bishop and Michael Kinser of MCT Productions
  • Hot Glass Cold Beer: glass-blowing demonstrations by Joe Hobbs where patrons enjoy draft beer in hand-blown glasses
  • Open Mic Night every Thursday
  • Family Art Days and other activities for children
  • Classes and workshops in a variety of disciplines
  • Studio and facility rentals

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