New art space and coffee shop opening in FarGo Village, this could be your new place to hang out (when things re-open).

An independent business in the heart of Coventry’s creative quarter have revealed their brand new expansion plans which will see them opening a new exhibition space and cafe.

Print Manufactory – which is currently closed in line with the Government’s Covid regulations – are a screen-printing studio at FarGo Village.

“We will also be carrying on with the workshops to teach people how to use cameras, take better photographs and learn screen printing.”

They have been based at the site since 2018, but are now moving to bigger premises within the village to launch their new vision.

They will change their name to ‘Commonground’ once they are allowed to reopen, and now they are in bigger premises, can offer an exhibition space for aspiring artists and a café.

Source: Coventry Telegraph
Photographs: Emily Tyler


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