Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts

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By kjfitz @ 2010-11-29 10:22:21
The Firehouse Gallery, or the Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts is an art gallery in Burlington, VT. the gallery was originally built as the Ethan Allen Firehouse on Church Street, Burlington, Vermont in 1889. In 1927 the Burlington Police Department took over the building for 40 years.

The Art Gallery has been restored to its 19th century design; even the original bell was returned to the very top of the old firehouse. It is now owned by the non-profit BAC {Burlington City Arts}, who uses the building for its exhibits, lectures, and educational programs.
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