Article on the creative economy, with a focus on the exodus of artists from Port
Article on the creative economy, with a focus on the exodus of artists from Portland to more affordable areas in converted mills in Biddeford and Saco, Westbrook, Sanford, and Brunswick. Rachael Weyand, director of Heart of Biddeford, estimates there are between 800 and 1,000 artists in Saco and Biddeford and around 300 of them rent studios in the Lincoln Mill, Riverdam Millyard, North Dam Millyard, or Bugbee Brown building. Mills available to artists cover roughly 810,000 square feet in the Twin Cities mill district. With comments by
Creative economy, Mills
Donnelly, Sara, "Article on the creative economy, with a focus on the exodus of artists from Port" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3754.
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