June 1, 1967, The Beatles’ released the Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The album, recorded at Abbey Road, gave us iconic songs like Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, With a Little Help From my Friends, and When I’m Sixty-Four. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band charted on Billboard for 175 weeks and sold over three million copies worldwide.
If that’s not worth celebrating, we don’t know what is.
In a tribute presented by Artscape on Friday, June 9, Jeff Scott & the Buddy Ray Vons played the entire album for nearly 200 fans of all generations at Artscape Sandbox, proving that Beatlemania never really went out of style.
Check out more photos from the party on our Facebook page!
A free, family-friendly open house at Artscape Youngplace on March 20, celebrated the equinox and invited the community in to enjoy the creative vibe. Studios at Artscape Youngplace are economical and perfect for small scale gatherings (max capacity 40 classroom, 100 reception) such children’s events and meetings or rent several for breakout sessions or multi-faceted events.
Cultural landmarks are becoming increasingly popular venues as event planners look for more built-in ambiance than what the “empty box” spaces typical of hotels and conference centres have to offer. They also know that the distinctive ambiance of cultural spaces speaks volumes about their businesses and organizations.
But landmark sites can come with the challenge of integrating an often-atypical layout into an event plan.
Rather than seeing this as a limitation, Artscape’s Fund Development Department leveraged the unusual floor plan of Artscape Youngplace, our century-old former school, to inspire the theme of annual creative black-tie gala, Artscape Extravaganza.
Here are four tips to help you take advantage of a special venue’s uncommon layout.