By Sue Suchyta, Press & Guide
As Dearborn's Artspace Connector Building continues to develop, supporters celebrated its progress Nov. 13, unveiling a new Arts and Technology Learning Lab and honoring the late philanthropist Russell J. Ebeid.
By Elle Perry, Daily Memphian
More than 60 Memphis artists call South Main Artspace Lofts home.
It took about eight years for the $17 million development to go from conception to completion. Located in Downtown Memphis, the project rehabilitated the three-story historic United Warehouse building, as well as constructed a new building on an adjacent vacant lot. The lofts call 120 and 138 St. Paul Ave. home.
Dana Mattice, Artspace Press Release
On Nov. 13, Artspace, the national arts nonprofit developer, and four partners will celebrate a milestone moment for the development of the City Hall Artspace Lofts (13615 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI, 48126): The announcement of a new Arts & Technology Learning Lab within the Connector building and the memorializing of a community leader, Russell J. Ebeid.
Artspace—the Minneapolis-based nonprofit organization behind the South Main Artpsace Lofts—today announced the Memphis cultural organizations who will participate in an 18-month capacity building cohort, “Artspace Immersion: Memphis.” Nine organizations have been selected via a competitive process, with three representatives each, for a total of 27 “Artspace Immersion: Memphis” participants. The program is run by Wendy Holmes and Anna Growcott of the Artspace team with local Memphis consultants Gretchen Wollert McLennon and Emily Trenholm. The nine selected organizations include:
In this American Creators special, Jeffrey Brown explains how a refurbished airport shuttle, called the Rolling Rez Arts bus, connects home-based artisans with resources. At the end, he reveals the plans for Oglala Lakota Artspace.