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Aug 28, 2023

Pullman Artspace Lofts has been announced by AIA Chicago as a finalist for the 2023 Lerch Bates Inc. People’s Choice Awards presented in partnership with the Chicago Architecture Center. The winners, as selected by the public in open voting, will be announced at Designight 2023 on Thursday, September 28, 2023.

Aug 24, 2023

The House is a new lab production program focused on bringing together artists to present new works by heretofore unproduced playwrights.

Aug 6, 2023

For the 10th installment of the Renwick Invitational, curators for the first time selected artists who are all Native Americans and Alaska Natives. Six contemporary makers, each a member of a separate sovereign nation.

Aug 4, 2023

Affordable housing in El Paso is at a dire point. However, the city and residents could soon see some relief as it's one of several cities across the state entitled to millions of federal dollars aimed at increasing the availability of affordable housing nationwide.

Jul 26, 2023

The Artspace Immersion: D.C. cohort exceeded their own expectations; it was like watching the plumes of a peacock fan open and display all its colors. 

Jul 26, 2023
On behalf of Artspace, the Town of Ridgway, and Ridgway FUSE, thank you for a fantastic Grand Opening and Block Party at Ridgway Space to Create. Your presence and support made the event truly unforgettable!  
Jul 26, 2023

Our work in Michigan represents the second largest cluster of predevelopment energy coming from multiple cities in a particular region, outside of our work in Colorado. 

Jul 26, 2023

The event brought together artists, community members, and supporters to inaugurate this vibrant hub of artistic expression and cultural preservation.

Jun 12, 2023

We are thrilled to share the schedule of upcoming Juneteenth events at City Hall Artspace Lofts that showcase the incredible talent and creativity of Black artists.
 

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.