CULLMAN, Ala– Local artists will yet again converge in Cullman’s Warehouse District for the third annual Arts in the Warehouse District event, hosted by Leldon Maxcy of Leldon’s. The event will feature local art displayed in a variety of mediums, from traditional canvas to leather and textile works and more.
The event is always organized for a good cause, with artists donating a portion of their funds to Cullman Caring for Kids, a nonprofit locally known for its food bank, which is currently serving hundreds of families a month in the area. Leldon’s will also be accepting canned and dry good donations for Cullman Caring for Kids.
Refreshments will include charcuterie cups by Chat & Chew and delectable sweets created by Flavors Bakery.
“It’s not just going to be canvas stuff this time. We’re broadening this to other art forms, which I’ve wanted to do for a long time!” smiled Maxcy, sharing his excitement for what he hopes will be the biggest and best Arts in the Warehouse District yet.
Maxcy also mentioned the difference between this event and a typical gallery, with no fussy dress codes, and conversation encouraged. Noting the accessibility of the event and inviting folks, “Just show up! We are a store that sells art, anywhere from a $10 piece to a $1,000 piece.”
Arts in the Warehouse District will be Friday, July 28, 2023, from 3-8 p.m. at Leldon’s storefront, located in the Warehouse District at 117 First Ave. NE. The event is free, with several pieces of art in a variety of mediums available for purchase.
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