Check out this 1-minute art video, Collective by Holly Senn, then see what it’s about – Senn’s temporary, site-responsive installation is on exhibit now at Pacific Lutheran University. Collective is currently on exhibit in the Anderson University Center (where 122 St. South meets Park Ave South). PLU is open daily 7 am-9 pm. Last day of the exhibit is Wednesday, December 12, 2012.
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Steamroller printing at the Wayzgoose! Letterpress and Book Arts Extravaganza at King’s Books. Photo courtesy of King’s Bookstore. Will your organization or group be producing publicly accessible arts programming within Tacoma city limits in 2015? If so, you might want to take a look at our Arts Projects funding program. Arts Projects…
Zoe Hensley joins the Chamber as the Fall 2014 Spaceworks Arts Intern. During her internship, she will assist staff and clients with art and storefront installations, archive files of past Spaceworks artists and projects, and assist with application materials for panel review. Zoe is currently working on her BA at The Evergreen State College in […]
Spaceworks Tacoma is seeking applications from individuals or groups who have a plan for a long-term creative/innovative business (for-profit or non-profit) that benefits Tacoma’s community and are seeking resources to rent a space and develop a thriving business. Through this application cycle, projects will be identified to fill low-cost vacant spaces through 2015. Applications are […]
Spaceworks Tacoma is a joint initiative of the City of Tacoma and the Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber designed to activate empty storefronts and vacant space. The initiative makes low-cost temporary space, training, and technical assistance available to artists, creative entrepreneurs, organizations, and community groups who transform Tacoma into a stronger, more active city.