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Jan 29, 2019
By Ify Egbosimba, 40/29 News A non-profit that creates spaces for artists to work and play nationwide, will be be making recommendations for new art spaces for northwest Arkansas.
Jan 28, 2019
Multiple Contributors, Artspace Report Review Artspace's presentation of findings in the four city focus area of Northwest Arkansas: Rogers, Springdale, Bentonville, and Fayetteville.
Jan 17, 2019
By Melissa Larsen, Arizona FootHills Magazine
Jan 8, 2019
By Dana Mattice, Artspace Article Timothy Foss places Graphic Recording within the larger Visual Storytelling field, but defines it specifically as a visual story drawn live. Foss makes his livelihood this way: by listening, and then creating metaphors to make meaning out of what he hears, stating that “this connects us to ourselves and others.” Originally a potter, Foss sees Graphic Recording as a functional art like pottery—but a vessel that holds ideas.
Jan 4, 2019
By Noe Tanigawa, Hawaii Public Radio
Dec 14, 2018
By Noe Tanigawa, Hawaii Public Radio Ola Ka Ilima Artspace Lofts is offering new, affordable, housing and studio space for artists. Located at 1025 Waimanu Street, about midway between Ward and Kamake'e.
Dec 6, 2018
By Katy Anderson, East Valley Tribune
Dec 1, 2018
Multiple Contributors, Artspace Quarterly Our 2018 Artspace Winter Quarterly focuses on giving back, and the artists who live and work in South Main Artspace Lofts in Memphis, TN.  
Nov 29, 2018
By Elizabeth Clark, Metromode / secondwavemedia.com   After its first years of providing artists and their families with affordable housing and studio space, the next phase of City Hall ArtSpace Lofts in Dearborn is about to take shape. The three-building campus was designed as a mixed-use arts center that showcases the region’s reputation as a center of innovation and creativity.
Nov 28, 2018
By Insight Online Contributor, Insight News The Minneapolis City Council approved $10.6 million in direct investment and $1.6 million in 10-year federal tax credits to create or preserve 764 units of affordable multifamily rental housing in 10 projects located throughout the city. These investments are the result of awards from the city’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund and federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit programs for 2018. Together, these investments will leverage more than $188 million in additional private and public resources.