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Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment is America's largest independent center for the arts. With over 120 working artists, small businesses, restaurants, and live performance venues, this huge historic textile mill is now a rising home for music, art, and...more
There is always something going on at the Mill and great for family outings. There are all kinds of art shops and some of them offer classes such as painting glass windows ceramics handmade soaps computer etc. there’s a food truck from chef Will offers...More
The creative vibe is enjoyable in this mill-turned-studio space. It was interesting to speak with the artists at work in a variety of media, and there are some nice pieces for sale (jewelry, clothing, paintings, photography, hand-made instruments, etc.). There was a lively atmosphere, with...More
Others have captured the wide range of working artists housed here, but the venue makes sure there are constantly changing experiences for your visit, as well. There was some crazy good music coming from some really ghoulish-looking performers last Halloween! Just be prepared to be...More
This wonderful facility is home to an enormous number of artists! The variety of talents is amazing, and the ability to browse thru all the materials helps to increase your appreciation of the many talents available.
Coverted mill with 3 floors of artisans. Glass works, fiber arts, painting, photography, jewelry, cafes, and more. We went on a 3rd Saturday and there was also a car boot sale (small flea market type sale). Most galleries allowed dogs and there were quite a...More
Ventured into town for first experience with LMA&E outing - first time to see. Agree with other reviewer - many artists out for holiday/weekend. So many “shops” closed. Many with similar studios-types noted. Had a light meal at crepe shop it was good. Had mocha...More
The idea was great but the space felt damp, dank and stank. The “artists” seemed to copy each other more than being original. Many were out of the studio anyway.
Felt like we could have done anything that would have been a better use of...More
Although I have only visited the Mill, and don't have a booth there, the home page of their website includes a Contacts page and has several contacts listed, along with the main phone number, (256) 533-0399. Hopefully, one... More
Although I have only visited the Mill, and don't have a booth there, the home page of their website includes a Contacts page and has several contacts listed, along with the main phone number, (256) 533-0399. Hopefully, one of the Contacts can assist with your questions.
There is NO cost to browse through the Mill. Each booth promotes/sells their 'wares', and there are different food vendors open. This is very similar to a Flea Market. 'It don't cost nothin' to look!' :)