Kilbourne Group Opening Up Shared Space for Artists

Artists have the option to rent out temporary studio spaces and it is acting as a pilot project

FARGO, N.D. — The Arts Partnership and Kilbourne Group teamed up to create Fargo’s newest shared space for artists.

People have the option to rent out temporary studio spaces at APT downtown.

The building is open to different types of projects, including music.

The space was previously used by the military.

Kilbourne Group took over the building in August, and artists began moving in as early as last December.

“You’re sort of safe and protected underneath this umbrella because it encourages growth,” said Dayna Del Val, who is with the Arts Partnership. “It encourages creativity people to be a part of the community, all of the things we really want Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo to be.”

The space is a pilot project to test the need and value of shared spaces for artists in Fargo.

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