New Orleans relies on its artists as a core part of its economy. What can be done when those artists can no longer afford to call the city home? Katy Reckdahl explores the issue for Shelterforce Magazine.
Though observers said the difference between the Ghost Ship and Santa Cruz’s Tannery Arts Center are night and day in terms of safety, living suitability and modernity, artists living in the local development empathized with their Oakland peers’ circumstances.
This series of articles in The Line tell artists' stories, share the impact of artists on their diverse communities, and delve into the importance of artist live/work housing in fostering stability, vitality and creativity in urban and rural areas across the United States.