LITTLETON—Serendipity Studios is pleased to welcome the public to their ribbon cutting and soiree at the Tannery Marketplace on Thursday, Oct. 20 from 3:30 to 7:00 p.m.
The Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce will kick off the event with a 4 p.m. ribbon cutting in front of Serendipity Studios, located on the second floor of the former mill building in studio 18. “We are excited to welcome our friends and neighbors to our official opening,” commented designer Patti King Slavtcheff. “It’s empowering for us to finally share what we’ve done to the space and how we make a living here in the North Country.”
Serendipity Studios is the creative collective of Slavtcheff, a textile and surface designer, as well as Meg Brown, owner of MegaBug Photography and Nutmeg Media, and Angie Low, owner of Angie Low AGLOW Photography and Creative Focus Design.
On the name, Slavtcheff described, “We were thinking of a few words that described the three of us when Meg sent me “serendipity” just as I was about to write it! It was truly serendipitous, and certainly stuck.”
The trio brings a diverse set of skills, abilities, and ideas to the studio, which they moved into this past August.
“I was working for a marketing company that led me to a client meeting in the open space that is now our studio,” Brown explained. “Looking around I saw the potential and knew I had to be here.”
Low added, “Meg and I had been looking for a studio and loved the one here at the Tannery, but we thought it would be too big for us. Serendipitously, Patti reached out asking for suggestions on where to expand her design business. A few months later, we opened the door of Serendipity Studios.”
“I’m excited my dream of opening a studio here came true,” commented Brown, “and am even more excited that two of my favorite people shared the same dream and are with me today.”
For more information on Serendipity Studios and the soiree, visit their website www.SerendipityStudios18.com.