Community Meeting on Affordable Artist Spaces in Detroit

May 20, 2022

The City of Detroit’s Office of Arts, Culture and Entrepreneurship (Detroit ACE) and Artspace invite you to join Mayor Mike Duggan for a community meeting on affordable artist spaces in Detroit.

The event will take place at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24th at the Charles H. Wright Museum and be livestreamed on the City of Detroit Facebook page, YouTube channel, and City Channel 22. Please RSVP at https://artspacemeeting.eventbrite.com/ and direct any questions to DetroitACE@detroitmi.gov.

The 5 p.m. presentation will be followed by a 6 p.m. reception.

Artspace is a national leader in the field of developing affordable spaces that meet the needs of artists through the reuse of historic buildings and new construction. It has hubs operating or in development in more than 20 states, representing nearly 2,000 live/work units and millions of square feet of non-residential community and commercial space.

Its goal is to create, foster, and preserve affordable and sustainable space for artists and arts and cultural organizations.

Detroit ACE oversees the City of Detroit’s investment in arts, culture and the City’s diverse and lauded creative workforce. Its priority mission is to use arts and culture as catalysts for neighborhood growth and improvement.

To register for the public meeting, RSVP at https://artspacemeeting.eventbrite.com/ or direct any questions to DetroitACE@detroitmi.gov.

 

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