Contemporary art gallery Library Street Collective (LSC) is further building upon its vision of reanimating Detroit’s East Village neighborhood as a community-focused cultural nucleus for the Motor City. As announced late last week, LSC, which itself is housed in the historic L.B. King and Company building in downtown Detroit, has acquired a long-vacant industrial building at 9301 Kercheval Avenue—previously home to a commercial bakery and warehouse—and is transforming it into a multifaceted arts hub featuring artist studios, galleries, offices for a pair of local arts nonprofits, and creative retail space.
LSC’s reimagining of the 1900s-era structure into a bustling arts center is the latest
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