Interesting ways space for artists is being carved out in expensive Seattle in the Seattle Times, December 16, 2022
Skid Road Theatre show ponders Seattle’s past and present in Crosscut, Misha Berson on “People in the Square” in our basement, August 19, 2022
The Artist and the Developer and Finding Community in a Dynamic City on the Seattle Growth Podcast, byUW Foster School of Business professor Jeff Shulman.
Good Art in Pioneer Square
How artists are navigating the pandemic, and helping others along the way. The Record, KUOW-FM July 8, 2020
Seattle artists use maps to explore the physical and mental landscape of the natural world
An art exhibition all about maps and mapping at the Good Arts Building in Pioneer Square. Jane Richlovsky, co-curator of a new art exhibit called You Are Here, Too joins New Day to share how Seattle artists incorporate various forms of maps into their work. New Day Northwest on KING-5, May 7, 2018
A Seattle painter is trying to re-write the story of artist vs. development
Bill Radke talks to Seattle artist Jane Richlovsky about why she wants people to rethink how artists keep their business alive as the city of Seattle grows.
Amina Al-Sadi & Bill Radke, KUOW-FM, Mar 9, 2017
Art Exhibit Evokes A Sense Of ‘Placiness’
When a Seattle art colony was displaced by tunnel construction, preserving the downtown art scene was a tough nut to crack. With space at a premium, some artists began doing what they do best: they got creative — and partnered with developers to make space.
Monica Spain, KNKX-FM, August 15, 2016
Goodness All Around: A Pioneer Square Building Will Become Good Arts
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.
Jen Graves, the Stranger, Dec 18, 2015
Stable Space: An historic Pioneer Square building becomes an arts hub
“We’re trying to look at the big picture: If businesses are benefitting so much from the arts in their neighborhood, how can we make that mutually beneficial? For too long the bigger conversation has been stuck on ‘Oh these poor artists, look how they’ve been priced out’ and artists see themselves as victims. But if we get out of our comfort zone—artists, businesses, property owners—we can learn a lot from each other and make things happen that have never happened before.”
Amanda Manitach, CityArts, December 28, 2015
$4.5M deal seals unlikely alliance between Seattle developer, artists in Pioneer Square
Often you hear about real estate developers’ big plans pushing small businesses and artists out of the very neighborhoods they helped make appealing to those very developers, but the opposite is happening in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.
Marc Stiles, Puget Sound Business Journal, Dec 21, 2015
Developer partners with artists to create new Pioneer Square arts hub
“We bring economic activity to the neighborhood, we bring tourists to the neighborhood,” Richlovsky said. “This was a way for us to figure out a mechanism to let us (artists) stay in the neighborhood.”
Emily Parkhurst, Puget Sound Business Journal, September 8, 2015