Artists in the Chicagoland area are taking a leap of faith residing at a new complex to live and work at in Elgin, IL. Artists and their families have a new place to live and work in the Artspace Complex Building 51 S. Spring street, Elgin, IL.
We had a great turn out for back-to-back Grand Openings last week at two special Artspace buildings in Illinois; Elgin Artspace Lofts and Karcher Artspace Lofts. From the studio tours to the live music and great food, attendees had a lot to talk about and much to celebrate.
The grand opening of the Elgin Artspace Lofts yesterday celebrated more than the sparkling new live/work space for artists and their families in downtown Elgin – the Artspace Lofts is also being heralded...
From retired pottery-making Roman Catholic nuns to artist couples and their children to 26-year-old filmmaker Timothy Voelker, artists of diverse backgrounds are finding a source of stability and creativity thanks to a new affordable housing development in Kane County.
A ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration will be held Thursday, June 27, for the new Elgin Artspace Lofts at 51 S. Spring St. There will be tours of Artspace Lofts from 6:30 to 8 p.m. as resident artists open their studios to guests attending the event.
Gravity Building bears some similarities to the Elgin Artspace Lofts, a complex offering live/work studio spaces for 55 artists, gallery space, commercial space, a community room, a computer room, a playground and an outdoor courtyard.
Jason Pawlowski, Managing Director, Downtown Neighborhood Association of Elgin
Big time arts scene? Between the nationally acclaimed Elgin Symphony Orchestra, top flight performing arts venues hosting local theater, music and dance groups, arts festivals, and a new residential artistic community in the Artspace Lofts, we've got you covered.