LabourLove Gallery (LLG) is a collective of artists, designers, musicians, and creative spirits. The gallery opened its doors on May 15, 2009 at Golden Belt in downtown Durham, NC, right in the middle of the recession, but LabourLove continues to evolve and grow in its third year.
LLG rents out the wall space, shelf space, and clothing rack space to local artists who specialize in handmade goods, and the artists receive 90% of money generated from sales. The resulting gallery experience is a one-stop shop for local art in the Triangle. We hope you will come to visit us on your next trip to downtown Durham.
We are committed to pushing the boundaries of art retail to further the creative spirit in the artists it represents, the lives of its customers, and the city it calls home.
About Golden Belt
Former home to the Golden Belt Manufacturing Company, the 155,000 square foot, seven‐acre LEED‐registered campus in downtown Durham is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and includes 6 architecturally‐significant buildings that will house 37 live/work residential lofts, 35 artist studios, a cen‐tral gallery, a live music venue, outdoor festival space, boutique retail stores, cafes, restaurants, and office space. Golden Belt’s opening signals a growing arts‐related critical mass in Durham’s downtown that will preserve and enhance the local arts scene.
807 E. Main Street, Durham, NC 27701