Since the early 2000s, a storefront in the Barelas neighborhood has served as a nexus for the city’s experimental art scene.
In a city informed by mutual aid and communal practice, Tucson’s American Institute of Thoughts and Feelings focuses on programming that is “soft,” “gentle,” and deeply relational.
A new documentary about Death By Audio, a beloved music venue in Williamsburg that was forced to shutter in 2014, over-relies on the reminiscences of the people involved with the space.
After the deadly Ghost Ship fire, internet trolls have tried to get DIY art spaces around the country shut down by calling in bogus safety code violations.
Residents of Rhinoceropolis, a seminal art space and DIY music venue, were kicked out of the warehouse complex last month over “serious fire code violations.”
On December 5, city fire marshals and the housing authority condemned the Bell Foundry, a DIY venue that had become a home for local artists with marginalized identities.