Vonnie Quest, collage, detail

Meet our New Artists in Residence

We welcome Aliyah Bonnette to Studio 215 and Freddie Bell to Studio 215A as our 2022 Regional Emerging Artists in Residence.

Detail of Quilt/Acrylic work by Aliyah Bonnette, and detail of work by Freddie Bell

l-r: Aliyah Bonnette, I Feel the Poison Running Through My Veins, detail; Freddie Bell, Release, detail

Afro+Projection Lab presents Stewarding Cinematic Spaces of Care February 3, 6-8pm

Virtual Film Screening // Feb 3, 6-8pm, free

The Afro+Projection Lab presents Stewarding Cinematic Spaces of Care. These five films engage with questions that arise at the convergence of archival practices, gestures of care, and the moving image. Event in conjunction with Gallery 1 exhibition, There’s Black People in Milwaukee: Rose Theatre.

Grateful for Community

During this season of thankfulness, we are grateful for this creative community and for your support this last year which helped us continue to be a thriving hub for artists. We’ve got so many exciting plans for this upcoming year – help us during this time of growth by making a gift today! 

Artspace inspires positive community impact.

Artspace is a non-profit visual arts center located in Downtown Raleigh. Visit Artspace for our exhibitions featuring national and community artists, our more than 35 artists working in their studios, our artists in residence, and for our art classes for all ages and abilities. 

We are a space for creativity and social practice composed of artist residencies, exhibitions, arts education, and community outreach. We believe art should be celebrated and valued as an essential part of our vibrant and healthy community. Everyone is welcome at Artspace.