Art Produce was honored to receive this Resolution from the California Legislature by the Honorable Toni Atkins, Speaker Emeritus of the Assembly, acknowledging Art Produce's cultural and civic efforts in the community.
Culture Report: The North Park Building Where You Can Eat, Mingle, Create, and Vote - By Kinsee Morlan May 10, 2016
When Lynn Susholtz first bought the big building at University and Herman avenues in North Park, she knew exactly what she wanted the former grocery store to become – a place for the community and culture to come together.
It’s taken 15 years, but Susholtz can finally look around Art Produce and feel like she’s just about done it.
“It’s coming into a place I had always imagined,” she said.
Art Produce is a proud recipient of funding through the California Arts Council's
Artists Activating Communities program.
"A new pilot grant program, Artists Activating Communities (AAC) supports sustained artistic residencies in community settings, demonstrating the arts to be a central component of civic life, and artists to be vital in shaping society. AAC Projects are artist-driven, engage community members as active participants, and activate participants to develop and express their own creativity." - Program description from the CAC website
More information on this project coming soon!
Brooke Schlyer recently interviewed Lynn Susholtz and our Gallery Assistant, Nassem Navab. Check it out!
Art Produce is proud to sponsor F.I.G at the
ART SAN DIEGO Contemporary Art Show.
November 5-8, 2015
Art Lab Booth #504
Balboa Park Activity Center
2145 Park Boulevard San Diego, CA 92101
ART SAN DIEGO 2015 is a juried contemporary art show featuring publishers, galleries, and studios representing talented established artists. Learn more about Art San Diego.
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