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Fall 2017 Newsletter

In this edition of the Donor Newsletter, we highlight TCF Bank and Board member Mark Manbeck, Board member Devon Akmon, Artspace Loveland Lofts resident Caryn Sanchez, Tim Schultz and the Boettcher Foundation in Colorado, and our new avenue of support -- the Lindquist Legacy Fund.


Artspace 2016 Annual Report

We are delighted to share with you Create. Foster. Preserve. Artspace’s 2016 Annual Report.

Artspace continues to experience extraordinary growth both in our new projects in development and projects in operation. We ended the year with 46 projects in operation, representing nearly a $600 million investment in America’s arts infrastructure that spans 30 cities and 19 states. We are pleased to be called “home” to thousands of artists and their families and more than 300 creative enterprises from coast to coast. 


Arab American Museum Gives Platform to Contemporary Saudi Artists

By Amanda Rahn, Hour Detroit

New exhibit aims to challenge stereotypes about Arab culture

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Survey could bring multi-million dollar project to Utica

News Channel 2

The City of Utica has the potential to earn a multi-million dollar arts development project.


Artspace Lofts Construction Moving in Downtown Mesa


More artists will be flocking into Mesa’s city limits by next year thanks to the new Artspace Lofts being built at 155 S. Hibbert St.


Last Thursdays art walk offers chance to discover Downtown artists

María Cortés González , El Paso Times

On the last Thursday of every month, something wonderful happens on the streets of Downtown El Paso.


Arab museum launches artists' residency in Dearborn

Associated press

The Arab American National Museum has launched an artists’ residency that provides space for work and living across the street in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn’s former City Hall.


Artist spaces: Jonathan Thunder makes dark, playful pieces at Washington Studios

Christa Lawler, Duluth New Tribune

Anishinabe artist Jonathan Thunder, shares his experience living in Artspace's Washington Studios in Duluth MN.


Hopkins looks to create artist housing and studio space

By Miguel, Otárola Star Tribune

Hopkins put art in the heart of its downtown with the opening of the Hopkins Arts Center 20 years ago.Now the city is looking to boost its creative center even more by building affordable housing and studio space for artists.


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The Artist Impact: An Artspace National Story Series

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.