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Mar 6, 2024

The opportunity pillar of our efforts provides essential predevelopment funds and supports equitable local partnerships needed to see projects through to completion. These projects join Kaddatz Artist Lofts and our national portfolio of developments that meet and serve community needs.

Mar 4, 2024

The program at the Oglala Lakota Artspace has been a beacon of support for Indigenous artists, offering diverse opportunities through free workshops, concerts, jam sessions, and events.

Feb 29, 2024
  In July of 2023, Artspace and the Town of Carbondale engaged a design team to begin the process of designing the Town Center project. The Town Center project comprises 1.4 acres in the heart of downtown.  
Feb 29, 2024

In an era marked by rapid change and significant challenges, we are refocusing our efforts on what has always been our foundation: building affordable housing for artists, developing inclusive workforce housing, and crafting spaces that not only nurture entrepreneurialism and creativity but also ensure the long-term viability and resilience of these communities. 

Feb 27, 2024
Breaking ground on Artspace Utica Lofts—our newest project that celebrates vision, collaboration, and creativity! A very special shout-out to Robert Heins for his vision, support, and friendship over the years.
Feb 15, 2024

Concurrent shows at American Swedish Institute, the University of Minnesota and All My Relations Gallery point toward Indigenous futures in art. 

Feb 14, 2024

With love and commitment often comes divorce, and as an industry and a cultural phenomenon, divorce plays a major role in Reno’s history. 

Feb 8, 2024

'Calling Our Spirits Forward' of Lame Deer chosen to be part of a national initiative to promote Native American arts and cultural organizations

Feb 8, 2024

“Sharing Spaces Through Art,” the current exhibit at the Padzieski Gallery, features Dearborn-based artists from Fishnet Studios, City Hall Artspace, the Fine Art Studio and the Tead One Residency program. 

Feb 4, 2024

Tension between the old guard and the new has stalled progress as the town looks for a cultural renaissance