Wednesday, February 1, 2012

New space finder for arts groups, arts venues

Are you an artist or group looking for a venue to present your work? Or a venue looking for artists? The Cultural Development Corporation just launched DC Spacefinder, a searchable database for venues and for artists. Sounds pretty cool, and could be useful for local artists and venues. Here's their press release:


Cultural Development Corporation Launches
DCSpaceFinder
 
Searchable Database for Art Spaces in DC to Present Work, Rehearse and More


WHOCultural Development Corporation, powered by NYC’s Fractured Atlas and supported by DC’s Office of Planning. 
WHATDCSpaceFinder is a state-of-the-art, searchable database of arts venues in the DC-metro area. The website lists spaces that offer room for classes, workshops, auditions, rehearsals, performances and more.
WHENDCSpaceFinder will launch January 30, 2012
WHYArtists need space to rehearse, perform, teach and more. Venues around DC have room they rent to these artists. DCSpaceFinder is the portal to match artists and spaces – a win-win for both sides.
DETAILSArtist and venues register for free at www.dcspacefinder.org. Artists may search by creative discipline, type of space and location. They may save their favorite spaces and post reviews. Venues may upload rental requirements and detailed specifications about their space. 

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