DOSE Art collective opens new gallery for artists and the public in downtown Winston-Salem

The INBTWN gallery will provide a safe space for people to connect and create.

WStoday_DOSE Art collective space

DOSE Art Collective gallery features open space to connect and collaborate.

WStoday team

Get a dose of art. A new art gallery is opening at 606 Trade St. NW this Friday, Sept. 15 during Art Crush.

DOSE Artist Collective is a nonprofit organization designed to provide a safe space for artists and anyone to work and connect. The INBTWN space features live music, works by local artists, and a cozy interior. It offers writer workshops and circle for anyone to learn and collaborate. Entry is free — donations are encouraged to keep the space running.

DOSE Artist Collective also features The Lab, an experimental space for underground and emerging artists to showcase work, develop projects, and find professional opportunities.

Artists can submit a form to showcase their work. The Lab happens monthly on Mondays from 7:30 - 10 p.m. in the parking garage of Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts on North Spruce Street.

Friday’s opening event is from 7-11 p.m.