Fort Collins Creatives Launch New Hub for Technical Artists
New Collaborative Workspace and Photo Studio to Open with Launch Party July 1
Fort Collins, Colorado- (June 20, 2016) – July 1st will surely be a night to remember. Fort Collins’ creative minds Patrick Edmiston (owner, PhoCo) and his PhoCo team, John Iverson (owner, NoCo Photography) and Tierney Cochran (creative professional/makeup artist) have come together to create Northern Colorado’s first hybrid photography studio and collaborative workspace for technical artists in Old Town, Fort Collins.
The Launch Party on July 1st at 324 Jefferson Street will be the community’s first introduction to the new space and will feature a fashion show by 303 Magazine’s Designer of the Year, Gino Velardi, the Denver Broncos Cheerleader’s makeup artist, Sedrique Olison, as well as full lines of Sony, Phase One and Broncolor gear available to test. Attendees will also enjoy music, dancing, food from a local foodtruck, a full tour of the massive space and receive discounted first month membership rates if they sign up at the event.
The Studio, The Articulate’s attached rental photography space, features Colorado’s largest Infinity Cove (24’ x 24’ x 24’) available for both film and still photography use as well as a wide range of high end photography equipment available for rental.
The Articulate’s coworking space will be home to 10 small businesses in individual studio office spaces, as well as dozens of members from a wide range of technical art backgrounds working side-by-side in large shared workspaces. The coworking space also features two large conference rooms, a brand new kitchen and a member’s only lounge.
The Articulate’s Launch Party from 6-10pm on July 1st is open to the public and will be a great way to celebrate the newest and biggest edition to Fort Collins’ unofficial booming Visual Arts District.
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