Celebrating 25 Years Of Scraps
The Durham-based nonprofitThe Scrap Exchangehas been part of a national movement working to curb that trend. For the past 25 years, the organization has collected materials from local businesses and residents and encouraged the creative reuse of those materials. In 2014 The Scrap Exchange moved to the Lakewood neighborhood in Durham, where it now owns more than 107,000 square feet of space with plans to develop a Reuse Arts District and a National Center for Creative Reuse.
A new exhibit opening tonight celebrates the past, present, and future of both The Scrap Exchange and the Lakewood neighborhood. Host Frank Stasiopreviews the exhibit with Ann Woodward, executive director of The Scrap Exchange. The exhibit opens tomorrow with a“Scrapiversary” celebrationat The Scrap Exchange in Durham from 6-9 p.m.
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