On the corner of Muirland and Midland, you will discover BULK Sanctuary, a site-specific installation space designed to engage emerging interdisciplinary artists seeking to create sensory experiences thriving beyond the canvas. Previously known as Shylo Arts Detroit, This space is undoubtedly unique, as it was originally constructed in 1923 as a Synagogue, built to serve a once predominantly Jewish community. Over time it became Shiloh Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, officially closing its doors in 2012. In 2017, the remnants of this structure were reimagined as a creative sanctuary for artists traveling throughout Detroit.
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!
Renovation Update #2 BULK Sanctuary
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.