There’s always room for invention at StoreFrontLab, which has just announced the winners of its Micro Mission 888 grants, which awarded $888 and free temporary space to winners who submitted proposals for pop-up storefronts as a place of community and creativity.
The commercial storefront space received 22 proposals and chose eight that will occupy its storefront free of charge for short periods, from one day to one month.
One of the eight winners, Deep Craft Atelier, is kicking off a three-week artist residency program. Starting today and running through August 12, people can stop by and visit its artists.
Deep Craft will also run a pop-up store at Storefront Lab each Saturday to sell its Deep Deck Longboard and other handcrafted items it is known for, along with treats prepared by local chefs. For more information, visit Deep Craft’s website.
From chai time to vinyl spinning, the other seven upcoming pop-ups will provide an eclectic mix of experiences for visitors. The full list of pop-ups, along with the schedule, is here.