The Tenants

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ACES North America

Studio 10-101
contact: Linell Stabler
(t) 570.419.1218

ACES (Advancing Communities by Educating and Serving), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works tirelessly to improve the lives of impoverished people in the Dominican Republic. 

Our vision is that people and communities who have limited resources will have the opportunities to improve their quality of life through efforts such as education, health initiatives, and entrepreneurial programs. We believe that this will positively impact neighboring communities, nations, and the world. We will strive for that vision with sensitivity to each culture and with a determined respect for human dignity. One of the specialties of ACES North America is connecting American skills, talent, resources, and manpower with the social and economic needs in the Dominican Republic.  Let us know if you are interested in participating in that exchange!

Barbara Andreassen

Studio 9-208
contact: Barbara Andreassen
(t) 570.220.1170

Designer & Artist.

AR Hines

Studio 9-327
contact: Reid Mosley
(t) 405.207.1571

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Dan Berberich

Studio 7-247N
contact: Dan Berberich

Realist artist specializing in figure and portraiture work in both graphite and oil paint. Available for custom work and private drawing lessons. Contact via email for more information.

Bicycle Recycle

Studio 10-106
contact: Louisa Stone
(t) 570.916.2940
contact: David Stone
(t) 570.971.7362

Bicycle Recycle is a neighborhood bicycle shop geared to provide affordable bikes to the community, and to teach and assist with hands-on bicycle repair. We offer memberships, maintenance classes, and volunteer opportunities for the community. Bicycle donations are welcome. Located on the ground floor through the courtyard entrance (at the inner corner of the parking lot on the corner of Rose Street and Park Avenue). 

HOURS:Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 to 7 pm.

Bicycle Recycle is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.

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Camden Thomas, Joiners & Cabinetmakers

Studio 4-101
contact: Kenneth Nuttle
(t) 843.729.1807

Specializing in 17th, 18th, and 19th century reproduction furniture and accessories, restoration and conservation of antique furniture and accessories, and reproduction and restoration of doors and windows for historic homes.

Catharine Bec

Studio 7-314
contact: Catharine Striplin

Clearstory

Studio 6-201
contact: Meagan Horne
(t) 5703605059

The Clearstory offers 7,000 sq. ft.,  24 ft. ceilings, 8 ft. original windows, hardwood floors, all white interior, and open floor plan giving clients the ability to design their dream event for up to 300 guests.

Luana Cleveland

Studio 7-310
contact: Luana Cleveland

Fine-artist; painter

Concetta Owens Studio

Studio 10-227N
contact: Connie Owens
(t) 570.772.8217

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Erik’s Edibles

Studio 6-103
contact: Erik Guthrie
(t) 570.244.1393

Erik’s Edibles is a local business selling handcrafted pickles, peppers, canned vegetables and more. Whether you like sweet and tangy flavors or strongly spiced hot foods, you’re sure to find something to love. You can find us on the ground floor of the Pajama Factory at The White Knight’s Gameroom. You can also find us at the local farmers’ market!

Expected Style

Studio 9-210S
contact: Ernest Jackson
(t) 267.269.0916

Specializing in personal tailoring; custom made garments.

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Factory Works Clay Studio

Studio 10-226
contact: Fletcher Kaufman
(t) 570.447.4344

Factory Works Clay Studio offers workshops, classes and memberships for those interested in working with clay and learning new techniques. The studio is fully equipped for throwing and hand building.  Two Kilns are onsite and various firing methods will be introduced over time.

The Factory Works Clay Studio is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.

Factory Works Gallery

Studio 9-210
contact: Brian Spies
(t) 443.977.8682

Factory Works Gallery provides emerging and established artists a spacious, flexible exhibition space in which to share their work with the public.

Factory Works Gallery is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.

Factory Works Photo Lab

Studio 9-206
contact: Brian Spies
(t) 443.977.8682

The Factory Works Photo Lab is a darkroom facility located in the historic Pajama Factory in Williamsport, PA.  It is open to anyone in the community who is interested in learning or advancing their skills in photography. Workshops are offered to teach digital, traditional black & white, and cyanotype photography to students of all skill levels. Please call for more information on hourly use and membership options.

Factory Works Photo Lab is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.

Forbes & Young Writing Studios

Studio 7-313
contact: Melissa Young
(t) 570-777-3528
contact: Harold Forbes
(t) 570-419-6747

Harold is a creative writer and Melissa is working on a Master’s degree in social work at Marywood University.

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Gunderson Furnishings

Studio 3-102
contact: Adam Gunderson
(t) 608.575.3136

Adam Gunderson is a designer and maker of fine wooden interiors and custom wood furniture for clients and galleries across the country. Located in the Williamsport Community Woodshop on the corner of Rose Street and Memorial Avenue.

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Hemlock Print & Design

Studio 7-244
contact: Dylan Sommers
(t) 570.490.4046

We are a custom screen print and design company. Our goal is to bring our customers the highest quality product for the most affordable price. We can handle orders small to large, with a short turn around time. Our customers range from businesses, bands, and apparel companies to nonprofits, schools, and families.

Diane Hollis

Studio 7-415
contact: Diane Hollis
(t) 570.916.7121

An eclectic visual artist working in various mediums. Focusing on painting – oil and pastels and excited about being re-introduced to life model sculpture and mono-printmaking. The larger studio will allow for large-scale work. Special interests in primitive arts, Australian aboriginal paintings, Joseph Campbell – the Power of Myth, along with eastern philosophy. Commissions always considered.

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Keeley Loy Photography

Studio 9-205
contact: Keeley Loy
(t) 570.337.4712

keeleyloy photography provides creative portraits including families, babies and seniors. She also provides photography services for weddings as well as fine art pieces. JEvelhair Photography captures family, newborn and senior portraits. Keeley and Jenna shoot in very similar styles, although each offers their own creative spin on each subject. Keeley and Jenna also photograph weddings together. Their great friendship makes it easy to inspire each other and capture beautiful images in the process.

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Francesca Neville

Studio 7-306
contact: Francesca Neville
(t) 718-968-5686

Seamstress, Designer, and Artist  |  Francesca is an artist with a degree in Apparel Design who specializes in alterations, repair, and re-design of vintage clothing as well as custom made garments.

Angela Nichols

Studio 7-409
contact: Angela Nichols

Writer.

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Odd Twin

Studio 7-306
contact: Francesca Neville
(t) 718-968-5686

Beautiful, handpicked vintage clothing and accessories.

Our Generations Quilt Shop

Studio 10-104
contact: Eileen Forker
(t) 570.447.5520

Fabric for quilting classes, demons, work shops, and custom quilts.

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Pajama Factory Business Office

Studio 10-215
contact: Iris Andrews (Accounting/Leasing)
(t) 570.220.1170
contact: Facilities Crew
(t) 570.478.0514

As the Pajama Factory community grows, so does the commitment of our business office. Call with questions about lease availability, events, or future plans.

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Rebecca Charles, LMT

Studio 10-238
contact: Rebecca Charles
(t) 570.772.1997

Licensed Massage Therapist offering the following modalities of massage:

Swedish, Sports, Prenatal, Reflexology, and onsite chair massage.

Available by appointment only!

Todd Rice

Studio 7-243
contact: Todd Rice
(t) 570.377.0836

Painting, sculpting and occasionally graphic design.

Rikki Feerrar Makeup Artistry

Studio 7-406/08
contact: Rikki Feerrar

My name is Rikki. I’m an enthusiast of all things beauty, and the owner of my own studio, Rikki Feerrar Makeup Artistry. My work ranges from weddings, photoshoots, proms, to any special events. I truly have a blast beautifying women, and I continuously meet so many wonderful people along the way. I’m excited to share with everyone the bliss that this hobby has brought me.

Roots Hair Studio by Karen

Studio 6-110
contact: Karen Goodridge
(t) 570.974.8657

With over 20 years experience, ROOTS HAIR STUDIO By Karen offers an organic approach to a full salon experience.  From men’s and women’s cuts, beard grooming, facial waxing, special events hair & make-up, Karen strives to not only provide excellent services, but educates each client as well. Whether its struggles with breakage, damaged hair, or what tools and products to use, she works with you to find a solution.  Karen specializes in color, color correction, and hair painting. Other chemical services include perms and straitening.

ROOTS is a By Appointment Only Salon.

 

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Janet Sherman

Studio 10-221
contact: Janet Sherman

Janet is dabbling in ceramics and mixed media in retirement; taking classes with Max Ameigh at Penn College, the Factory Works Clay Studio, the Bowers at Venus and Mars Studio 7-248, and attending miscellaneous art workshops. Some of her mixed media pieces are on display on the wall outside of Studio 10-221. Janne also crochets ruffle scarves and occasionally designs jewelry. Her scarves and ceramics are on display in Studio 10-221 with jewelry on request. Email for an appointment.

Brian James Spies

Studio 9-210N
contact: Brian Spies
(t) (443) 977-8682

Brian James Spies has a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art (Photo Concentration) from Lycoming College (2002, Cum Laude) a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate from The Maryland Institute College of Art (2010) and a Masters of Fine Art from The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (2012) where he was awarded the prestigious Faculty Award.

He works in a diverse array of media with concentrations on conceptually driven photography and drawing. His work has been featured in numerous exhibitions around the United States, including recently at The Power Plant Gallery at Duke University and Eastern Penitentiary In Philadelphia. He has curated multiple exhibitions in Philadelphia and Williamsport and he is currently the director of The Factory Works Gallery and The Factory Works Photo Lab, both at the Pajama Factory, in Williamsport Pennsylvania.

Studio Paper+

Studio 10-230
contact: Chad Andrews
(t) 570.651.5471

Studio Paper+ is a printmaking studio founded by Chad Andrews that focuses on the original print. All prints are hand pulled using traditional letterpress, etching, and lithography presses. Using both traditional and contemporary processes, it is Studio Paper+’s goal to assist artists in creating the highest quality original print.

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Jon Waller

Studio 7-402
contact: Jon Waller

Private Studio.

Way Cool Beans

Studio 6-101
contact: Todd Foresman
(t) 570.601.7512

Way Cool Beans coffee roaster & shop offers fresh roasted beans, a great cup of coffee, and a welcoming atmosphere to drink it in. Pour-overs & cold-brew are available, as well as iced-coffee/tea. Beans are for sale in glass quarts & pints. Free wi-fi is available. HOURS: Mon–Thurs. 8am–7pm / Fri. 8am–11pm / Sat. 8am–7pm / Sun. Noon–5pm. Ground floor entrance; parking available in the lot on the corner of Rose St. & Park Ave.

The White Knight’s Gameroom

Studio 6-102/103/104/105/106
contact: Erik Guthrie
(t) 570.567.7539

The White Knight’s Gameroom is one of the area’s largest providers of RPGs, CCGs, Tabletop Games, Miniatures, Single Magic Cards, Dice and Wargame supplies in the area. The Game Room provides plenty of space for our friends and customers to play their RPGs, wargames, cards and other tabletop games as well as sanctioned MTG events. We also provide retail space for Erik’s Edibles gourmet foods, and Christy Rhoads’ nature photography.

Mallory Whitford

Studio 9-321
contact: Mallory Whitford

Mallory is an art educator and will be focusing on ceramics and printmaking in her private studio/office space.

Williamsport Community Kitchen

Studio 6-201
contact: Meagan Horne
(t) (570) 360-5059

The Williamsport Community Kitchen is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit located within the Clearstory space in the Pajama Factory. The WCK is a shared commercial kitchen that allows individuals and groups to start, and grow their food based businesses.  It also allows other community based organizations to produce food items for fundraisers and other events that support the community.  Contact Meagan to learn more about renting the kitchen for your business or event.

Williamsport Community Woodshop

Studio 3-101/02
contact: John Meyer
(t) 570.916.8145

WCW is a fully equipped woodworking facility where the novice, intermediate and expert woodworker can share equipment, workspace, and experiences in the construction of projects. Through classes and association with other skilled woodworkers, it is our hope that the most inexperienced novice can someday become an expert woodworker. Please call to schedule a tour of our facility, or for more info on how to become a member. Our main entrance is on the corner of Rose Street & Memorial Avenue.

The Williamsport Community Woodshop is a program of Factory Works, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed at the Pajama Factory.<

Williamsport Independent Media, Inc. (WXPI)

Studio 6-107
contact: Chris Gartelman
(t) 570.505.1396

Williamsport Community Radio, WXPI–88.5FM, is a listener supported, volunteer-powered, nonprofit radio station dedicated to providing a forum for diverse viewpoints and local music in the Williamsport area.

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