[slideshow id=10]The Artist Studio, is centrally located in the Cultural Centre. With a glass wall facing the corridor, and another to the outside, the Studio provides ample daylight for a range of activities. The floor includes a flowing river of coloured tile.
The Studio will be used as space for artists in residence from June to September. It will be available in other months for meetings and other programming activities.
The room is situated across the main corridor of the Cultural Centre from two classroom spaces, and the Multi-Purpose Room.
Geiwú Tlein Eetí ~ Tlingit: This room is named “Big Fishnet Place” and refers to the head of the Yukon River below Marsh Lake. Before the Lewis Marsh Dam was built, there used to be a series of sloughs where fishing was good in the spring. Tagish people, Marsh Lake people and people from present-day Whitehorse would go there to fish
Dimensions and capacity:
~ 9.7 x 6.6 meters / 32 x 22 feet
~ 64 sq. meters / 680 sq. ft.
~ Hosts up to 40 people