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Many artists say that living in an Artspace project is like "winning the lottery." We love that feeling, but don't want it to be so rare. 


For 30+ years, we have served as a nonprofit real estate developer of mixed-use art spaces that create permanent, affordable spaces for low-income artists and their families.

Our projects are catalytic places that intentionally spur positive changes within neighborhoods. A stable, functional building with a healthy internal artists’ community might serve as the seed, and the branches could include safe streets, community and economic development, job creation, anchoring of transit-oriented development concepts, preservation of vulnerable cultural communities, and the growth and stabilization of the creative sector. What we consistently see is that artists use our properties to build careers, raise families, and make their neighborhoods incredible places to live.

When you support Artspace, you help to preserve existing projects as places where artists thrive and community is built. You also help Artspace to identify and advance new projects across the country. Your support allows us to work closely with a broad and diverse range of community partners, civic leaders, and arts and cultural institutions to ensure that existing stakeholders and anchor institutions will be partners in developing projects that put artists at the heart of positive, sustainable community development.

Please partner with us to maintain this positive momentum — and unleash a next generation of creative spaces for artists and their families — by making a gift to Artspace.


To make a contribution, please:


  • Use the link above for online giving.
  • Send a check to:

Kate Tucker
Annual Fund Director
Artspace Projects
250 Third Avenue North, Suite 400
Minneapolis, MN 55401 

Builders Circle

Artspace honors its most generous donors who make a commitment to the Annual Fund of $2,500 and above through the Builders Circle.

Lindquist Legacy Fund

Established in recognition of Kelley Lindquist’s 30 years of leadership, and to advance Artspace’s mission for another 30 years.

Planned Giving

Whether you’ve been a friend of Artspace for one year or 30, we invite you to include Artspace as part of your estate plans.

Corporate Giving

Artspace is built on strong collaborations and partnerships in the corporate sector. 

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Projects in Development

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Artspace 2016 Annual Report

We are delighted to share with you Create. Foster. Preserve. Artspace’s 2016 Annual Report.

Artspace continues to experience extraordinary growth both in our new projects in development and projects in operation. We ended the year with 46 projects in operation, representing nearly a $600 million investment in America’s arts infrastructure that spans 30 cities and 19 states. We are pleased to be called “home” to thousands of artists and their families and more than 300 creative enterprises from coast to coast.

Spring 2017 Newsletter

A comprehensive glance of what’s new at Artspace spring 2017. Read supporter spotlights on Tashiro Kaplan Artist, Juan Alonso-Rodriguez and Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art artist, Harriet Bart; and a feature on the Bush Foundation's recent support, along with the Driehaus Foundation's lead gift on the Pullman Project in Chicago, and much more.

Fall 2017 Newsletter

In this edition of the Donor Newsletter, we highlight TCF Bank and Board member Mark Manbeck, Board member Devon Akmon, Artspace Loveland Lofts resident Caryn Sanchez, Tim Schultz and the Boettcher Foundation in Colorado, and our new avenue of support -- the Lindquist Legacy Fund.

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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

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

What Your Support Can Create

Community Events

Historic Building Renovation

Artist support

Arts Communities

Community Youth Classes

New Buildings

Support artists & their families

New galleries

Community change