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Mission Statement

Artlink is a 501(c)3 nonprofit creative arts center and gallery founded in 1978 by a group of art enthusiasts, patrons and artists to promote awareness of emerging artists and art forms. Our mission is to invest in opportunities for diverse visual artists and engage the regional community.

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HISTORY

1976­ Bruce Linker founded Linker's Gallery in his apartment to showcase emerging artists' work at 1117 1/2 Broadway­ Street.

1978 Artlink opened in the summer of 1978 by a group of young artists to promote awareness of emerging artists and art forms at 1126 Broadway­ Street. This space housed gallery and performance rooms, a studio for artists, and a library.

1988­ Artlink moved to 1030 Broadway Street.

1991­ Artlink became a funded partner of Arts United and moved to the Hall Community Arts Center at 437 E. Berry Street.

2011­ Artlink moved to its current location in the Auer Center for Arts & Culture at 300 East Main Street. This move doubled the size of our gallery space and provided workrooms, office spaces, and two classrooms that house our Open Arts programs.

2018 Artlink celebrated forty years of commitment to emerging artists and art forms around the region.

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http://www.artlinkfw.com

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