Harvester Arts founders Kristin Beal, left, and Kate Van Steenhuyse have found the first permanent home for their nonprofit art space. The Old Town space, which is in the center at the northwest corner of First and Washington, will debut this month during Final Friday.
Harvester Arts founders Kristin Beal, left, and Kate Van Steenhuyse have found the first permanent home for their nonprofit art space. The Old Town space, which is in the center at the northwest corner of First and Washington, will debut this month during Final Friday. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
Harvester Arts founders Kristin Beal, left, and Kate Van Steenhuyse have found the first permanent home for their nonprofit art space. The Old Town space, which is in the center at the northwest corner of First and Washington, will debut this month during Final Friday. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
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Harvester Arts lands its own space in Old Town

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