The Project is an arts hub and small business alliance located in the Granary Disrict of downtown Salt Lake City. The 15,000 Square Foot Facility houses a full service multi-media studio with recording and video production, a portrait studio and creative space. Get involved with The Project on your next project and see whats got everyone jumping on board to build with us!
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We’re just about finished moving everything into the new office, & we couldn’t be more excited about settling in. We’ve had our eyes set on an office at The Project for quite some time now, & to have finally accomplished that goal is like a dream come true to us. We are ecstatic to be a part of such a thriving environment, & we truly feel blessed to have the opportunity to be working alongside so many talented individuals. We are a team of hip-hop producers, emcees & vocalists, as well as ambitious entrepreneurs. We are a company dedicated to spreading happiness to as many corners of the world as we can, through the modern arts we love. Imagination is our passion, & we look to inspire all those with a dream who may be too intimidated by the world to set forth & achieve it.
SpacedJams Inc. was founded in March of 2013. We were welcomed into The Project for the first time around December of last year, & as soon as we walked through the front door we knew this was the next step in our journey. We still have a long way to go, but we greatly look forward to our second year as a company with The Project to call our home. To anyone who is looking for Space, now you know where to find it. We hope to see all of your beautiful faces in our office someday. Stop by & say hello, friends! One Love to All.
~ LeRoytheKid Rocket
Check out our interview with Gavin's Undergound over at City Weekly!
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In an old warehouse slated for demolition in September 2014, Evan Moore is trying to realize a dream. Moore opened The Project in 2013 as an entrepreneurial space allowing artists, craftsmen and technicians to have somewhere to launch their ideas and businesses. He calls it an “all in one creative art space,” or “a modern-day fantasy factory.”
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Coming from where I come from it's always been important for me to be able to give back to my community. Especially kids. I had great parents growing up, but they weren't always tapped into what intersted me the most. The recent visit from the Boys & Girls Club was originally meant to just provide backpacks and school supplies for under priveledged kids, but when the kids arrived, it became much more then that. They were amazed by the size of The Project. Torian talked to a lot of the kids about coming from a tough upbringing and what it's like to still make something of yourself. I got to teach a few of them a couple things about sound and the guys at Uprok and the Zulu Nation got to teach them things about DJ'ing and other art forms. It was an awesome experience and has inspired me to get more involved with kids and my community. Check out the video that Torian from New City Films put together to recap the event!