Thursday, September 8, 2016

Artspace asks local artists to complete survey on affordable live/work spaces

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Posted by Connelly Hardaway on Thu, Sep 8, 2016 at 11:48 AM

Earlier this year the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation enlisted the help of Artspace, a national developer of spaces for artists to work and live, to determine the needs of local artists. The Gaylord and Donnelly Foundation is a nonprofit that supports land conservation, artistic vitality, and regional collections for people in the Lowcountry. A town hall meeting in February kicked off the project and now, Artspace is back, asking for local artists to complete a livability/workability survey beginning Wed. Sept. 14.

The goal of the survey is to gather stats regarding artist housing needs, affordability ranges, artist studio-only needs, location preferences, and more. All artists, arts organization administrators, and creative business owners are encouraged to take the survey. 

A survey launch will be held on Wed. Sept. 14 at 6 p.m. at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art where Artspace consultants will present findings from their feasibility study. Learn more about Artspace here. And starting on Wed. Sept. 14 you can take the survey here. 
click to enlarge Jackson Flats is one of Artspace's realized projects in Minneapolis, MN. - EMILY TAYLOR, ARTSPACE
  • Emily Taylor, Artspace
  • Jackson Flats is one of Artspace's realized projects in Minneapolis, MN.



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