News

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Tio Aiken, Vice President of Communications
tio.aiken@artspace.org

Dana Mattice, Communications Specialist
dana.mattice@artspace.org

Feb 18, 2016
“What’s happening in downtown is part of a normal real estate cycle, where following a recession there is recovery and expansion. By encouraging adaptive reuse, increased density and mixed-use developments, we have cultivated vitality in our urban core that was much needed."
Feb 16, 2016
Ceil Cirillo has made an indelible mark on Santa Cruz, from the earthquake rebuild to the Tannery Arts Center. On Thursday, a bust of her will be unveiled at the Colligan Theater at the Tannery honoring her.
Feb 15, 2016
A historic downtown building that’s been dormant for more than 20 years is coming back to life — and bringing economic development with it.
Feb 12, 2016
Subsidized housing for a specific population would not be welcome in every community, and might not be expected to receive unanimous support from the city council of America’s most conservative big city, Mesa, Arizona.
Feb 11, 2016
The Artspace gallery and meeting space was packed with supporters Thursday evening to celebrate the new artist community in Loveland. The event featured live music, speakers and an opportunity to tour the spacious loft apartments and meet the artist that live there.
Feb 8, 2016
A long-awaited plan to provide affordable living and working spaces for artists in downtown Mesa will be considered by the Mesa City Council on Monday, according to city documents.
Feb 8, 2016
Artspace is pleased to announce the Grand Opening celebration for Artspace Loveland Lofts, scheduled for Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 4:00 pm in Loveland, Colorado. The ceremony will take place at the Lofts at 140 W. 3rd Street.
Feb 7, 2016
Minneapolis-based Artspace worked on a 2013 survey about the need for residential and work space for Austin artists
Feb 5, 2016
After standing vacant for more that two decades, the building at 717 Franklin St. finally opened its door to the public on Thursday.
Feb 2, 2016
In Memphis as in other places, artists struggle daily with a multitude of issues, from securing affordable housing, to raising capital, to just having a space to showcase their work. Add the factor of race to the equation, especially in an unequal city, and you hit even more roadblocks. This is the case for all artists of color, and in Memphis, for black artists in particular.