Union Project

Founded in 2001, the Union Project began as a dilapidated, vacant historic church building that more than 1,300 volunteers repurposed into a community hub designed to provide an affordable, safe home for grassroots entrepreneurs, artists, nonprofits, and people of all faiths. Its diverse programming is credited with engaging nearly 25,000 people a year.   In addition to offering ceramics classesworkshops, and open studio hours, Union Project includes a Ceramics Cooperative to assist emerging artists.  Its affordable space rental program is credited with creating nearly 100 jobs and incubating a diverse network of partners including community leaders, artists, micro-entrepreneurs, small businesses, and nonprofits.

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