Through the Window
16 Roches St built in 1739, echoes a once thriving industrial city. Operating as a grain mill for over 200 years, it housed a dairy machinery assembly plant in the 1950's, an electrical goods store until recently and now home to the creative team of Lumen Street Theatre. The space preserves the fabric of the many citizens that has passed through its magnificent courtyard doors.
Explore the social history of 16 Roches St. with Deirdre Power. The artist invites the public to share their memories and add new ideas to one of the city’s oldest buildings. Power will present a timeline of the building as a social space accompanied by a series of photographs referencing its former uses and now repurposed as a creative space.