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Seattle Sketcher Gabi Campanario sketches our building

Seattle Sketcher Gabi Campanario sketches our building

Bill Radke talks to Jane Richlovsky about rewriting the story of Artist v. Developer, KUOW-FM, March 9, 2017

The Seattle Sketcher: Onetime artists’ haunt hosts new crowd. Seattle Times, April 29, 2016

“An artist, a developer, a theater technical director, and a coffee house founder have joined forces to buy the historic building at the corner of First Avenue and Cherry Street, and they’re turning it into an arts center called Good Arts. . .” The Stranger, December 18, 2015

“It would be a good thing for artists to not feel like their situation is always temporary, like they’re perpetual nomads. . .” CityArts, December 28, 2015

“For Jane Richlovsky, founder of ’57 Biscayne artist studios in Pioneer Square, that puts local artists in a better position to define and maintain cultural space. “That’s when [developers] treat us as businesses among other businesses,” she said. “We don’t want the artists-as-gentrification-bait story. We want to write the new story.” CityArts, November 28, 2013

“In Seattle, artists have to be developers, landlords and mom-and-pop entrepreneurs, marrying a right-brain sense of creative possibility with a left-brain business savvy that’s more common in an MBA.”  Pacific NW Magazine: Seattle reinvents its artists colony, April 28, 2012

“Just a few blocks from 619 Western, is ’57 Biscayne, a new studio space in Pioneer Square that houses thirteen artists. . . ” CityArts, November 17, 2011