New Orleans Community meeting

We Transform Neighborhoods

Artspace Projects is known for developing affordable live/work space for artists and their families. But that’s not really what Artspace does. Artspace Projects transforms neighborhoods, spurs economic development activity, increases public safety and provides community gathering spaces. Does it work? Seattle has two and is soon to break ground on a third. Enough said.
Jim Kelly, Executive Director, 4Culture
Building Better Communities
DC Brookland African Dance Class

Support for Artspace

Brookland Artspace Lofts...creates affordable housing for artists, and it also creates much needed rehearsal space. Others sectors talk a lot about the importance of research and development to maintaining a competitive advantage in the world at large. Well, in the arts, rehearsal space is our research and design space, and there is a direct line between that and our creative advantage in the world.
Rocco Landesman, Chair, National Endowment for the Arts
Mayor Deke Copenhaver

Augusta, Georgia says thank you to Artspace Consulting

...incredible experience, incredible enthusiasm, and great things building around the arts in Augusta...
Mayor Deke Copenhaver, Augusta, Georgia

Artspace transforms blighted neighborhoods

I’ve seen Artspace transform a blighted part of Santa Cruz, it was just desolate… a wasted area, they transformed it into an economic hub for the city.
Luis Garza, Artspace Tannery Lofts Resident Artist

We support artists lives

Moving into the Lofts kind of saved me, I've always felt like I was different and it inspired me to be in an environment with other artists. It's a vibrantly unique way of living.
Heda Rose, Mount Rainier Artist Lofts Resident Artist

We support artists

Being at the Franklin Art Center gives my work credibility and gives me permission to truly be an artist. I am now doing my dream.
Greg Rosenberg, Franklin Arts Center, Resident Artist
Courtesy Capitol One

Transforming Lives

Moving into this building has changed my life, it’s great to be in a place where everyone shares a common purpose.
Edward James Castrillon, Resident Artist, El Barrio’s Artspace PS109

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