Dear Artists and Creative Colleagues,
Downtown Cheyenne, Arts Cheyenne, Wyoming Arts Council and Artspace Projects, a national, nonprofit organization, recently conducted a study of the space needs and preferences of artists and creatively engaged individuals in Cheyenne, and the surrounding region.
The Survey of Artists’ and Creative Individuals' Space Needs and Preferences is now closed. If you participated in this important study, thank you!
This study will assist in the development of affordable new space where artists and creatives of all disciplines may live, work, create, and share their works with the public. This is the second step in a feasibility process, which began in January 2014 when Artspace was invited to preliminarily assess the potential for an artist live/work creative facility in Downtown Cheyenne (an area that runs from House Avenue to Snyder Avenue and West 22nd Street to West 15th Street and includes several blocks south of the viaduct on Central Avenue). The findings from that visit were positive.
This next phase will help project leaders determine the need for creative spaces, inform development decisions, and ensure that any new space meets the needs of the creative community, including type and size of spaces, design features, affordability, and amenities.
We value your opinions, and thank you for taking the time to participate.
For more information about Artspace visist artspace.org
For more information about Cheyenne and its arts community, please visit:
Thank you to our funders and partners who have made this study possible: