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

Oct 18, 2018
By Whitney Bashaw, The Daily Star
Oct 17, 2018
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:
Oct 16, 2018

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.

Oct 1, 2018
By Joel Lang, The Greater New Milford Spectrum Adger Cowans is an artist of so many parts and such longevity that no brief description can do him justice.
Sep 28, 2018
By Christopher Vondracek KYLE | Standing near shovels painted red, green and black by local Oglala artists, Bryan Parker, an artist, teacher, and bus-driver of the Rolling Rez art mobile, stretched his hand out over where in a year or more’s time will stand Pine Ridge’s first arts center.
Sep 27, 2018
BY BRANDON ECOFFEY For many Lakota artists it is very difficult finding a place where they can create their work. Through a partnership between several local organizations a new place made specifically for artists is on its way.
Sep 27, 2018
Arts centers and studio buildings abound, but what about an artspace dedicated exclusively to local Native artists? Soon there will be one in South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Reservation.