Boxley Building
The Boxley Building is an old office building downtown Roanoke built with railroad money. Its sat vacant for a number of years but in 2013 was appropriated by the Marginal Arts Festival and for two days it was used as a visual arts and performance space for Marginal Arts and an office for Philosophy INC.

Philosophy INC's office included the Commodore Inn sign (Fully painted), ancient instructional technology, paintings by Megan Pendleton, Roanoke research room, a display by the Knights of Pythias, plants found in the city by Robin Knapmeyer, MS Paint art by Stephen Cort Smith, photography from Roanoke's urban renewal time, a Boxley building security tape from 1992, Kent Moore's 1980s punk rock flyer collection and a Boxley appreciation room. Performance events included rotty what? with Jack Wright and John and Ben Bennett.