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    The Center in downtown Waterville will soon take on a new look as an arts hub to include a gallery, as well as artist, clay and recording studios.

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    Faye Nicholson, co-director of REM, at her office in the Center in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    The Common Street Arts space in Waterville, at 16 Common St., will move by July 1 to The Center, with various functions such as the clay studio having their own designated spaces in the building.

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    Nate Rudy, executive director of Waterville Creates!, stands in the former REM lounge in the Center in Waterville on Monday that will become the Children's Art Studio.

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    Nate Rudy, executive director of Waterville Creates!, speaks with REM members who are in the process of moving items out of the REM kitchen in the Center to make way for a clay studio. From left are Barbara Biche, Marilyn Ladd and Jackie Dalton.

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