Finding the right home in the Foundry

May 08, 2017

Sue Badham and Anne Mawson in front of the Foundry Arts Space.

IN 2015 EMAI found its current home in the old Freemans Foundry building located on Murray Esplanade in the Port of Echuca and opened the Foundry Arts Space.

This building is perfect to be operated as an arts space, with its spectacular large raw internal textures and with its large open space bathed in plenty of natural light.

As well as being the headquarters of arts in the twin towns, the venue is available for hire for a variety of events from exhibitions, workshops and performances.

Please come in and visit during opening hours — art is for everyone.

All details are available on Facebook.

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