Join Arts Leadership Lab on November 28th for a panel discussion and question and answer time exploring what live/work space is, some of the issues and benefits related to artist live/work spaces, how it can be done sustainably and affordably, ways to use/reuse Tacoma’s current architectural assets, and other related topics.
Who Should Attend: Artists, advocates, developers, and anyone interested in continuing a conversation about artist live/work space and the reuse of historic buildings in Tacoma
When: Wednesday, November 28, 6 – 8 pm
Where: The New Frontier Lounge, 301 East 25th St, Tacoma
Cost: FREE, no RSVP needed
The panel of experts includes:
Rebecca Morton, ArtSpace
Ben Ferguson, BLRB Architects
Deanne Belinoff, artist and resident at Tashiro Kaplan live/work space
Sharon Winters, Historic Tacoma
Introduction by Amy McBride, Arts Administrator for the City of Tacoma
Moderated by Traci Kelly, Tacoma Arts Commission and Arts Leadership Lab
For more thoughts about re-activating Tacoma’s historic buildings with artist live/work spaces, check out this article, written by Dan Rahe, from Post Defiance.