First Friday: 11am-9pm
We are currently asking all visitors to wear masks.
Artspace is committed to increasing accessibility and broadening access to the arts; we believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the creative process. Everyone is welcome at Artspace.
Our public areas, studios, galleries and classrooms are accessible.
Artspace is part of a Learning Community of eleven arts organizations that collaborate to advocate for and improve access to the arts for people with disabilities. This collective is funded in part by the City of Raleigh Arts Commission and the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.
201 E Davie St
Raleigh, NC 27610
Artspace is free and open to the public. Donations are much appreciated. Suggested donation is $5.
Free street parking, with a strict two-hour limit until 5pm, is available on Davie Street. Metered parking is available on adjacent streets. There are also several pay lots/decks nearby: City Market parking lot, Blount Street parking deck, and several Secure P lots for night + weekend parking (314 E Davie St, 415 S Person St, 417 S Person St).
Buses may park in the bus parking lot at the corner of Polk and Blount Streets.
a non-profit visual arts center located in the heart of Downtown Raleigh. We are a space for creativity, arts education and social practice composed of artist residencies and exhibitions, arts education for all ages and abilities, and community outreach. We believe art should be celebrated and valued as an essential part of our vibrant and healthy community.
Visit Artspace for exhibitions highlighting local and national artists in our three galleries, as well as throughout the building, and meet our studio artists and artists in residence. There are over twenty-five artists’ studios, with artists working in a variety of media: drawing/painting, mixed media, jewelry, printmaking, fibers and more. Visit our artists to discover the inspiration behind the piece, learn a new technique or buy an original work of art.
Artspace also offers art classes, artist talks, and events both in our building and in the community throughout the year for both youths and adults.