Pixel Time moving adult classes to Labor Party; still searching for children's space
12/30/2013 10:51 AM
12/30/2013 11:21 AM
WICHITA — Pixel Time, which provides lessons in digital arts and Mac technology, is leaving CityArts where it's been for several years.
Pixel Time owner Skyler Lovelace says it wasn't her idea to move, but CityArts needed her space.
"It was so great to be downtown, especially this time of year," she says, noting she especially enjoys the horse-drawn carriages through Old Town.
She'll remain in Old Town, though in another area. Pixel Time is moving to the Labor Party at 216 N. Mosley where there is private and shared workspace among creative types and small companies.
"Even though it wasn't my idea to move, I think I'm going to see some advantages," Lovelace says.
She says CityArts "was closed a lot when I would have preferred to be open." The Labor Party is open 24-7, she says.
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