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May 24, 2023

Artspace stands in solidarity with the Indigenous community and Dakota community regarding the Dakota 38 exhibit at Northrup King Building (NKB) in Minneapolis.

May 10, 2023

Learn more about the impact of Immersion Minneapolis from one of our participating cohort members.

Apr 28, 2023

The "Unapologetically Femme" exhibition runs from April 28 to May 28 at the Northern Warehouse Artist Lofts

Apr 24, 2023

A three-story, 39-unit building designed mostly for artists is being eyed as the next step to revitalizing downtown Mount Clemens.

Apr 19, 2023

Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti have been deemed viable for an artist-oriented affordable housing development, according to a preliminary feasibility study conducted by Artspace, a nonprofit real estate developer.

Apr 19, 2023

The gallery came a couple of years later. We had a space open to the public in the lower level of the Kaddatz Hotel. Artspace Projects was looking for a commercial tenant for the street level space(s). 

Apr 13, 2023

Ranking third in the nation in Government Support for the arts, the Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington metro area received more state and federal arts grants and dollars per capita than any other midwestern community in the 2022 Arts Vibrancy Index Report.

Apr 12, 2023

For six years, Studio Pintura—a gallery and studio co-founded by Lois Rhomberg and Armando Gutiérrez G. in the Northrup King Building—has celebrated spring with a juried exhibition of artwork focused on florals.

Apr 9, 2023

Construction was launched Friday on an apartment project in downtown Colorado Springs that supporters say would provide sorely needed, low-cost housing for the city's arts community. 

Mar 30, 2023

Art exhibit at Artspace Northside Lofts featured in Minnesota Public Radio's latest segment of ArtHounds.