Space Us supports and nurtures creative communities.
We started Space Us in 2018 with the dream of bringing people together. We've reimagined vacant storefronts and vacant lots as platforms for local makers, and as sites for workshops, art experiences—and more.
Today, we are using this platform to grow, compile, share, and organize crucial opportunities for artists, small businesses, and entrepreneurs. We are doing this because we believe that open and accessible space for collaboration and resource sharing is more critical than ever.
We hope that this site can be a useful tool for navigating the often overwhelming and opaque information out there these days. We recognize that the historical gatekeeping of opportunities like those we post on our site has denied generations of marginalized QTBIPOC creatives equal opportunity or advancement. This platform is dedicated to combating that legacy.
So if you’ve got a grant, tip, idea, resources, or opportunity you’d like to share with the world, please let us know. And if you’re a creative looking for one of those things—you’re in the right place.