The soft launch of Peters Street Station — at which time the public will get a first glimpse — is set to coincide with the most popular event on City of Ink’s annual calendar, the anniversary party for the tattoo studio, now entering its 11th year, taking place on Friday, February 23. The 11-DJ block party will feature work from more than 150 artists, and Peters Street Station will host an open house, allowing the public into the new space for the first time to see what’s available. Participants will eventually help build out the flexible space with ideas for new activities and developments, which is all planned to happen in waves.
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It looks quiet now, but all the action was at @petersstreetstation on Friday. Read up on all the big plans @miyabailey has for this space on @artsatlanta in case you missed the launch party and the doors being opened to the community. (Link in my bio) If you’re an emerging artist or looking to plug into a creative community, this could be an opportunity for you to explore. cc: @cityofink @notch8gallery @castleberryhill ⚡️ #atlarts #artsatl #atlanta #artsandculture #atlantaartists #weloveatl #castleberryhill #blkcreatives #cityofink #coi11