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Magnolia Street Art Space

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The Magnolia Street Art Space is a 5,200 sf building which houses established artists, providing 8 art spaces ranging in size from approximately 300 to 1,500 sf.  The rental rate is $1 psf, plus a prorated share of common areas. The studios feature 15' ceilings, WiFi, professional track lighting, skylights and a private outside courtyard. The building has completely new mechanical and electrical systems which make the building very efficient, safe and comfortable. The building is unique and pricing is premium for the current metro Denver studio market.   Artists are encouraged to install their own security systems using Night Owl (available at Home Depot) or Arlo (available at Sam's Club). Square footage calculations on the floor plan are estimates, but very close to actual. 


If you are interested in reserving a space within the Magnolia Street Art Space, applications will be accepted via email or by contacting jeanie king directly. Please specify the space you are interested in. Artists must have an up-to-date website and provide an artist statement and references with their application. Artists must also agree to participate in studio/gallery events, which will take place two to three times a month.


The Magnolia Street Art Center is located at:

6600 E 74th Avenue

Commerce City, CO  80022


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Curated Artists at Mag Street:

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Bowerhouse Books, Colophone CenterMargaret McCullough - Studio 1

Joyce Coco, Carol Goldberg -  Studio 2

reserved - Studio 3

Julie Anna Lewis - Studio 4

Ron Trujillo - Studio 5

Terrell Tumlinson - Studio 6

Jane Dodge and Jayn Thompson - Studio 


Here are some photos of the art space taken during construction as well as some current photos. magnolia is a 5,200 sf building which houses established artists. 15' ceilings, professional track lighting and a private outside courtyard are just some of the features that make thespace unique and premium. the building has completely new mechanical and electrical systems, making it very efficient, safe and comfortable. 


Jeanie Nuanes King, the founder/owner of the Magnolia Street Art Space.


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