Pineapple Arts has now been in business for three years at their location on 124 West 1st Street. Radio Gallery speaks with co-owner Faith King as she prepares for their annual celebration, held on Saturday, February 23rd from 7-10 p.m.
Maija Jenson and Cloey Walsh
Pineapple Arts is a cooperative with seven owners and artists working to help it thrive in the North Shore. King offers her talents through making jewelry and teaching children's art classes. Pineapple Arts is primarily an art supply store, but they also offer studio space, various classes, and exhibits. Their celebration on Saturday will include snacks, performances by Equal Exchange, Steve Sola, and Lion or Gazelle, and an interactive art project. Listen as King discusses the role that Pineapple Arts has been able to fill in our community.
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