The Partnership was presented with the Revitalization Award by MotorCities National Heritage Area! On October 30, nominees and dignitaries gathered in the Capitol’s Rotunda for the 6th Annual Michigan Auto Heritage
Hometown Life recently published an article chronicling the history of the Village Arts Factory property and updates on our project, including how we’ll use the space, inside and out. Read the
We’re excited to announce the Friends of the Partnership (formerly the Partnership Donor Society), which includes 5 sponsorship levels: Patron ($50), Contributor ($100), Supporter ($250), Advocate ($500) and Benefactor ($1000).
The Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs (MCACA) awarded the Partnership a $45,000 grant that will be used for lighting and outdoor landscaping at the Arts Warehouse. MCACA has
This Ford Factory is all painted, new windows installed. Back to its glory days.
Cut Short is a permanent outdoor memorial garden, consists of twenty one 6'x 6' white posts placed in lines like the white crosses of Arlington National Cemetery. However, posts are cut in various lengths representing those who served a full career and those whose lives were "cut short". The memorial, designed by Top 20 ArtPrize Artist Pamela Alderman, is being installed on the grounds of the Village Arts Factory.
Please contact Jill Engel if you want updates or want to ask questions about studio space. This will be big ARTS destination. Coming Soon!
Solid Rock Jewelers Fundraiser Start your holiday shopping early. Solid Rock Jewelers in Canton is generously donating 10% of all September purchases to the Partnership. A big shout-out and thank