Bulk Space provides room for marginalized artists to take up space.

BULK Sanctuary
BULK Space Artist Residency (BSAR)



Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair

February 25-28, 2021

BULK Space is bringing (virtually)10 newly BULK Space published zines, 5 books from our community partners, Paper Street Press and Anhelo Anhelo, and Nox Library‘s Pressed Coffee Conversations. 

The Fair is free to attend, and will be open to the public on Wednesday, February 24, 2021.

BULK Sanctuary Renovation 

Update #2

We have gutted the whole building and exposed the incredible bones of BULK Sanctuary and future studios and tech lab. Now we’re off to shore up the roof in preparation of the winter.

Nov 2020


Writing for the Contemporary

The contemporary art world is a complex matrix for artists to navigate. From museums to galleries, academic institutions, art-firms, foundations and artist run spaces there are a myriad of settings in which one must engage with writing. This course invites artists to discover how to write for the varying entry points into the art world. Geared towards artists who identify as marginalized including women, LGBQ, Trans and Gender non-conforming, Black, Brown, Indigenous or Disabled this course will create a safe space for us to talk, write about and build strategy in sharing our practice beyond visual crafts. Together we will explore the artist statement, vs bio and craft texts that elevate our practices while being accessible for folks interested in our work. 
Oct 1 - Nov 19, 2020

BULK Sanctuary Renovation

Update #1

Thank you to all of you who donated to our gofund me for a new roof! We have begun renovations to restore our roof and we are excited to keep you updated!

Nov 2020


Art Mile Detroit

BULK Space Artist Residency and Shylo Arts Detroit participated in the ignaugural Art Mile Detroit, a citywide digital art exhibition that champions Detroit’s vibrant and diverse arts community by promoting public programs and online acquisitions. 

July 29 - Aug 5, 2020