GRAND RAPIDS — If you look past the gleaming facades and sparkling new windows of just about every major housing project launched in downtown Grand Rapids over the past five years, you will find Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) at their foundations.
But observers say Grand Rapids probably can’t — and shouldn’t — rely exclusively on the federal program for continued growth of housing alternatives in its core city.
Tommie Wallace, a Dwelling Place resident and board member was featured this past weekend in the Rapidian. Read the article below or click here to see the full article with photos!
The Artists of Heartside Gallery and Studio--Tommie Wallace
Our featured artist for December is Tommie Wallace. Here is a little about the artist, in his own words:
Free Radical is fast approaching with two nights of amazing local art on October 26 and November 2.
We are so excited about this great article written by Jeff Kaczmarczyk from MLive.
Here is some of what he wrote:
"The downtown exhibition, promoting artists and small business in the Heartside district, celebrates its 10th anniversary featuring local art in unusual settings.
This week Neighborhood Revitalization staff person Jenn Schaub and San Chez Curator Annie Deyoung joined Shelley Irwin on the WGVU morning show to talk about, A lot of Art a fundraiser for the Dwelling Place neighborhood Revitalization Department!
Listen to the full interview here!