RE: music/arts centered community
From: Craig Ragland (
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 16:44:14 -0700 (PDT)
Here are a few resources that might be helpful:

This webpage lists Acme Artists Cohousing:
(membership is limited to working professional artists)

1996 article entitled "Cohousing and the Arts," but note the URL...

"Mariposa Grove is an arts and activism community"

Craig Ragland
Songaia Cohousing Community

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris ScottHanson [mailto:chris [at]] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 5:39 PM
To: bnm.karen [at]; Cohousing-L
Subject: Re: [C-L]_ music/arts centered community

I know there is a group in Toronto, virtually all musicians I  
understand.  Huge sound isolated recording studio in their common  
house, among other things.  Last I heard they were reluctant to call  
themselves cohousing, however.  I am not sure how to find them.


On Aug 2, 2005, at 9:09 AM, Karen Haines wrote:

> Hello all:
> I've been lurking for over 6 months now, took the mid-Atlantic  
> cohousing tour, and I'd like to ask the entire list a question.
> I know that there are cohousing communities that are united by  
> environmental concerns, or working communal farms, etc. Are there  
> any that you know of that share an interest in music and/or the  
> arts? Where the common house doesn't just have meeting rooms and  
> dining areas, shared computer space or tools, but shared recording  
> equipment or audio-visual setups, or art studio space?
> I've been told this sounds more like a commune than co-housing, but  
> I don't think so. Any ideas?
> Thanks for whatever insight you can provide.
> Karen Haines

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