After celebrating its five-year anniversary, founder Susan L. Greig reflects on her unlikely journey to the gallery.
By: Yelin Gemma Lee, Peak Associate
The Peak: SFU’s Indepenent Student Newspaper
On June 8, Susan L. Greig (Métis), the founder and owner of 100 Braid St. Studios, celebrated the gallery’s triumphant five-year anniversary. 100 Braid St. is a mixed gallery, studio, and private rental space. It is often used for special events — like First Saturday Open studios — where the public can see artists’ work and workspaces as well as host their own events.
The gallery boasts high ceilings, cascading natural light, and a renovated space… to read the rest of the article please click here.