By Teri Saylor
Scrap Exchange is finally getting some return on the good Karma it has invested in the Durham community. After an epic moving odyssey, the creative re-use facility, is finally settled into a new home, which in time, could be permanent.
“We’ve been through hell,” said Executive Director Ann Woodard, sitting in a tiny, crowded office next to the huge concrete and steel space that will soon be converted into a spacious environment housing a gallery, retail store, and workshops. She allows that the experience worked in the organization’s favor after all, and after two moves in 10 days, The Scrap Exchange is back in business. This last move, which took place over the Memorial Day weekend was the third relocation in 10 days. Its new home is at 923 Franklin Street in Durham. … Read More
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