This huge former warehouse in Southtown hosts a collection of working studios and galleries, along with a performance space for the Jump-Start theater company. The 11,000-square-foot artist-run Contemporary Art Center is its anchor. The style of work varies from gallery to gallery -- you'll see everything from primitive-style folk art to feminist photography -- but the level of professionalism is generally high. One of the most interesting spaces is SAY Si, featuring exhibitions by talented neighborhood high-school students that might include collages or book illustrations. A number of galleries are devoted to (or have sections purveying) arty gift items such as jewelry, picture frames, and crafts. And there's a strategically placed brew pub, where you can put your feet up and rest from your exertions.