CitySpace is a nonprofit organization that has established and continues to maintain the iconic Old Town Hall building as a vital center for the arts and art organizations in the city of Easthampton, MA.


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Our Plan

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Since 2006, CitySpace has committed to transforming Easthampton’s old Town Hall into a center for the arts. This revitalization has been a multi-phased project that first began with populating the first floor with arts organizations and creative businesses. Since then, CitySpace has completed extensive lobby/first floor renovations and added tower lighting. CitySpace is now in phase three: the renovation and restoration of the 2nd floor grand hall into a flexible performance and community arts space.

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Tenants occupy first floor of the building.

Lighting and Lobby Restoration

Renovate 2nd Floor Grand Hall 10%

Our Tenants

CitySpace’s tenants are arts and cultural organizations and businesses that include Big Red Frame, Easthampton City Arts+, Flywheel Arts Collective.


Big Red Frame owner, Jean Pierre Pasche, is a strong supporter of community projects, including the 2011 Massachusetts Cultural Council Gold Star winner – Art in the Orchard. He has created the Eastmont Art Fund that raises funds for local non-profit organizations. His frame shop, Big Red Frame, is located in old Town Hall and connected to Pasche’s Elusie Gallery that exhibits artists year round. As the only for profit in the building, his business invites new visitors into the building six days a week.



Easthampton City Arts+ enriches lives through the integration of arts, culture and community and promotes revitalization and protection of Easthampton’s cultural assets. ECA+, a Local Cultural Council, organizes a monthly citywide Art Walk, offers workshops and forums, establishes public art projects and performances. Additionally the organization coordinates two galleries and an incubator space in Easthampton including a gallery in the old Town Hall.



Flywheel, a collectively run, not-for-profit space, aims to build community and give artists of all types the opportunity to craft, practice, and perform their work in an environment where creativity is valued over profit. Flywheel offers live music events, gallery exhibitions, film screenings, readings, workshops and the Flywheel Zine Library. Three mornings a week, the Flywheel space is used as a free community space for parents and their young children in the Family Center.

43 Main Street Easthampton, MA 01027