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May 1, 2018
Over the decades, Artspace has surveyed and facilitated discussions with tens of thousands of artists across the country. At the top of nearly every artist’s wish list, in places as diverse as Los Angeles, CA and Council Bluffs, IA, is the need for quality, affordable space. Sadly, these two ideals often work in conflict.
Apr 30, 2018
By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer ‘‘If these walls could talk,” joked Artspace local project manager Joe Butler, as he addressed the crowd of Treme neighbors and culture bearers, along with philanthropic, financial and community partners at the new Bell Artspace Campus.
Apr 20, 2018
Artspace Projects announced today a $500,000 grant award from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), in support of the Pullman Artspace Lofts capital campaign. The Pullman Artspace Lofts will provide 38 affordable live/work units for artists and their families in Chicago, as well as exhibition and community space.
Apr 20, 2018
By Michelle Wirth Marie Schaefer was walking on the trail by the river in Hastings she thought, "Wow, I am so lucky." Schaefer said the beauty of the nature in Hastings stood out to her and she saw everything was moving. There was a lot of beauty in it. Schaefer's walk that day inspired her to write the poem "Junction of Motion." She is one of the new residents at Hastings Artspace Lofts in downtown Hastings.
Apr 4, 2018
Artspace invites the public to celebrate the Grand Opening of its new, mixed-use artist housing building, Artspace Hastings River Lofts, located at 121 Tyler Street in Hastings, Minnesota, 20 miles southeast of downtown Saint Paul. The special evening will begin at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 3, kicking off with a short program featuring remarks by Artspace staff, Hastings resident artists, and community and financing partners.
Mar 16, 2018
BY KATY RECKDAHL | Special to The Advocate In daily life, David Peters Montana is a socially conscious thinker and a dapper dresser, usually topped with a hat, clad in leather shoes. Fans of New Orleans culture know Montana, 65, as a Mardi Gras Indian big chief who started masking at age 9 with his sister, Toki, and now leads his own tribe, Washitaw Nation.