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Added Jan 25 2018

Earlier this month, Art of Architecture displayed blueprints and miniature models from 16 architecture students who reimagined Access Gallery as a live-work space for artists with disabilities. Read the interview with Access Gallery founder Damon McLeese in 303 Magazine →

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January 25, 2018
    Denver Students Imagine a Live-Work Space for Artists With Disabilities
    Within the artistic community, the conversation on everyone's mind is being able to live and work as an artist without being a 'starving' one. Live-work spaces are fundamental to the healthy functioning of a creative culture and Denver has been lacking in that department, even though the art and culture scene is blossoming in other ways.

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