These two organizations are partnering up.....

These two organizations are partnering up in an epic relaunch - Rapid Growth's coverage of our partnering with Gaia Cafe. Written by Grant Kammer

REVUE: The DAAC Comes Back

Read the interview by Eric Mitts: The DAAC Comes Back: Beloved all-ages art and music venue is set to return with new Creston location

Local Spins: The DAAC is really back

Written by Ricky Olmos, read the article at Local Spins' website After seeking permanent space for years, the arts collective and all-ages venue has acquired and will renovate a Plainfield Avenue building in the Creston Neighborhood, launching a new era...

Popular music and art venue to reopen after years

Fox 17 covered our new home! Read More

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...

Cultured.GR - The DAAC is back

Holly Bechiri from Cultured.GR visited our temporary location and visited with board members Kylee and Charity. Read more here:

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...

GRFFF Fundraiser Movie Night and Silent Auction

Join us Friday July 1st from 6-10pm for the Grand Rapids Feminist Film Festival Movie Night and Silent Auction! It'll be our 2nd to last event at 333 Rumsey, so make sure to stop by the space one last time...

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.