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ROTA Gallery on the grow

Matt Hall hanging a painting in ROTA Galley and Studios at 50 Margaret St.

Matt Hall hanging a painting in ROTA Galley and Studios at 50 Margaret St. Photo by Stephen Bartlett.

“ROTA is made up of its members and what they bring to the table,” Hall said.

ROTA is offering practice space for bands and musicians and is in the early stages of opening a community dark room.

A new art exhibit is featured every two weeks, and musical events are held weekly.

“We try to cater to all musical tastes,” Hall said. “And all members are entitled to a two week exhibit.”

ROTA also continues to offer all ages shows, community events and open stage poetry night.

And as always, people are member owners and have a stake in the cooperative.

Hall said ROTA has received great support from the community and business owners.

“Right now we are just really focusing on continuing to expand and better serve the community,” he said. “We have had a lot of people come in with specific ideas, and if it is feasible we will work together to make it a reality. We are a platform for people in the community.”

For further information visit rotagallery.com or email: rotagallery@gmail.com.

Those interested in ROTA Gallery and Studios can also attend an open meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m.

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