The Gatlin Creative opens up a new artist workshop with a free party on Saturday


  • Tifffany Windsor
This weekend, the Gatlin Creative celebrates the opening of their new studio, G2, with a party geared towards artists, designers and creatives of all sorts. G2 is a showplace for art and design work that doubles as a rental studio for projects of all kinds. Sculptures from Gatlin co-owner Tiffany Windsor are on display, along with art from Marcus Adkins, Jennifer Payne, Lisa Sullivan Dunlop and more. Mutiny Decor provides the furniture, all made with creatively reclaimed materials like retro suitcases or vacuum cleaners. DJs Shane, Dante and Nigel provide the tunes, while the Gatlin Creative provides the booze.

7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1 | The Gatlin Creative, 4940 S. Orange Ave. | | free


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