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Tio Aiken, Vice President of Communications

Featured publications

Listen to the first season of Artspace Perspectives, a new podcast from our organization.

Mar 13, 2019

Sharon Hagen and her six children create community in Mesa Artspace Lofts.

Mar 13, 2019

The Artspace Immersion team is gearing up to celebrate the successes of our Twin Cities cohort in June! Cohort participants dedicated 18 months to the  Artspace Immersion program, a program designed to help arts organizations build capacity for creating and/or maintaining, local affordable space for creative pursuits.

Mar 5, 2019

By Paul Albani-Burgio, Reporter-Herald

Mar 1, 2019
Arts and cultural organizations are community anchors contributing to the well-being of neighborhoods. Studies show that neighborhoods with many cultural resources are healthier, better educated, and safer overall than those in similar communities with fewer creative resources1. And yet, even as research underscores the critical role arts and culture play in building equitable and vibrant communities, many local arts and cultural organizations struggle to maintain a foothold in their neighborhoods due to space issues.
Mar 1, 2019
Mesa Artspace Lofts Grand Opening
Feb 21, 2019
By Gorgann Yara, Special for The Republic, via AZ Central    Mesa Artspace Loft's is Arizona's first artist-focused development and is comprised of 50 brand-new units
Feb 21, 2019
By Thomas Bullington, Meet the Manager Deb Holdgrafer  
Feb 19, 2019
By Gorgann Yara, Special for The Republic. Via AZ Central
Feb 17, 2019
By Alex Golden, Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Learn about Artspace's consulting work in Bentonville.
Feb 14, 2019
By Elizabeth Clark, Metromode “People love Dearborn, and have an affinity to it, because of all the things it offers,” says Downtown Dearborn Executive Director Cristina Sheppard-Decius. “It is a big city feel in a smaller town.”