As renovations continue at the old King Edward School in South Calgary, which is being converted into an "incubator" space for professional artists to work and collaborate, dozens of tenants have now signed on to be part of the project.
Dubbed cSPACE, the conversion of the century-old sandstone school has been in the works for years, and is now approaching completion.
President and CEO Reid Henry describes the undertaking as a "social enterprise" designed to "address a longstanding need of space for the arts, culture and creative sector."
"This is a living, breathing, professional workspace for the arts, and I think that's missing in this city," he said.
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