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Local Spins: The DAAC is Back

Local Spins writer Collen MacLauchlan covers our kick-off event, what we've been up to & what the future holds. Read More at the Local Spins website here in her piece titled "The DAAC is back: Blushing Monk super-group, Fluxuation, Tabula...

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Back at 333 Rumsey!

Yet again, Habitat for Humanity of Kent County has kindly allowed us to do programming at the building June & July this year. We will also be partnering with Cultura Collective and the Cook Arts Center to use the space...

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The DAAC’s New Digs: REVUE West Michigan

Mike and Charity talk to Eric Mitts of REVUE West Michigan about the temporary space provided by Habitat for Humanity and facilitated by SiTE:Lab. Read the full article here.

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Get Involved!

Two upcoming dates you'll want to be aware of 1) We have decided to move up the BOARD ELECTIONS to next Tuesday, April 19 at the Rumsey location at 7pm. We need all the help we can get and cannot...

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We're Moving In!

We are beyond thrilled to be working with Habitat for Humanity of Kent County to utilize the Rumsey Street church building for some temporary programming this year. Tom & Paul at SiTE:LAB have been advocating for our use of the...

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Rumsey CleanUp Day!

We have submitted a statement to Habitat for a proposed use of the Rumsey St church and are working towards moving in! The first clean-up weekend will be this Saturday 10am - 5pm. Below are a list of things we...

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Rumsey St. Project

Thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Kent County and Site Lab, The DAAC is going to be doing some programming in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood at a temporary location. *During this project all DAAC programming will be run independently of...