Hausmann Millworks Creative Community, in case you’ve never chanced upon it during On and Off Fredericksburg Studio Tour or visited on some other happy occasion, is a sweet little space with studios/offices for artists and craftspeople of all stripes. If you visit when everybody is showing, the place seems like a hive of creativity, buzzing with individuality aplenty even as it’s a community in the truest sense. The complex, housed in two old industrial buildings owned by the Hausmann family, who’ve run an assortment of businesses in the spot over the years, is utilized by more than 80 artists. On Thursday, in what will serve as an opening reception for an extended period of showings through February 25, more than 20 of these artists and artisans will have their work on display and be in studio to chat. Just a few of the featured artists that we are looking forward to seeing new stuff from are ceramicist Maura Fowler, jewelry/clothing designer Brandy Garcia (of B. Link Design), and visual artists David Almaguer, Hector Garza, and Symone Elliott.