Monthly Archives: May 2014
The Lofts at 7714 welcomes Arts by Glenwood to Suite G. Artist Glenwood Barnes will use this 250 square foot space as his art studio and display area for his paintings, handmade furniture and other works when he moves in on June 1st. Mr. Barnes is also an instructor at Mint Hill Martial Arts, which occupies Suite A of The Lofts at 7714.
JMMT Partnership, the owner of The Lofts at 7714, is excited to add yet another arts-related tenant to the building in addition to Spotlight Performing Arts Academy, Pottery 51, Mint Hill Yoga and Asylum Digital.
As a member of Mint Hill Martial Arts, one of the earliest tenants when the building began its transformation into The Lofts at 7714 in 2011, Mr. Barnes has always been an exceptional steward of this historic mill property and it is fitting that he now has a space of his own within it.
Welcome to Arts by Glenwood!
That’s right, if you live in or around Mint Hill, the iconic musical Bye Bye Birdie is coming to a performing arts venue near you. Spotlight Performing Arts Academy, Mint Hill’s premier music and performance school and the anchor tenant of The Lofts at 7714, will present Bye Bye Birdie on May 30th and 31st.
- Friday, May 30th at 7 pm
- Saturday, May 31st at 2 pm
- Saturday, May 31st at 7 pm
- $5.00 in advance
- $7.00 at the door
Advance tickets for the all three performances are on sale now at http://www.spotlightacademyonline.com/ or in person at Spotlight’s front office located at 7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road.
With Mother’s Day just five days away, are you still searching for the perfect gift? Forget the clichéd bouquet of flowers that will wither within a week. Walk right past the big box store shelves filled with the same old, same old. Instead, go directly to Pottery 51 in downtown Mint Hill within The Lofts at 7714 (7714 Matthews-Mint Hill Road). There, you are sure to find a gift for your mother that is as unique and beautiful as she is and that is sure to become a cherished family favorite for years to come.
The potters and artists of Pottery 51 each have their own unique style with clay, jewelry and more. Take a look for yourself below. And just so you know, if the “Open” flag is flying outside their studio, an artist is at work within and their gallery is open for visitors and customers.