Factory Works

Factory Works

The Pajama Factory is a proud sponsor of Factory Works—a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed within our complex. Factory Works was founded in 2011 as the Center for Creativity by Pajama Factory owners, Mark & Susie Winkelman, in an effort to support the development and maintenance of a collaborative and educational environment for artists, artisans, and small businesses. Rebranded in 2014 as Factory Works, the organization has since built, and now maintains, a well-equipped wood shop, clay studio, darkroom, and bicycle shop. Factory Works has also established a gallery and sponsors an annual artist-in-residence program every summer.

Mission

To provide the Williamsport community with resources for nurturing artists and innovative thinkers to ignite a spirit of creativity that enriches our entire community.

Vision

Factory Works is a creative incubator that attracts and supports emerging and established artists, entrepreneurs, craftspeople, community groups, and businesses; drawing from near and far in an effort to revitalize the area.

Support

Get Involved

​If you are interested in learning more about Factory Works programs, how you can donate equipment or funds—if you’d like to volunteer, or become a member of Factory Works, please contact us:

  • Factory Works, 1307 Park Avenue, Box 12, Williamsport, PA 17701
  • info@factoryworks.org
  • 570.360.9321

or visit our website or Facebook page

Donate

Our activities are made possible through the support of our neighbors, friends, and local businesses. We depend on you! Please consider a donation and click the link below to make a tax-deductible contribution.