The A&BC is excited to offer SpaceFinder Mass (www.spacefindermass.org), a free online platform that enables artists and creative spaces to connect with one another. SpaceFinder was created by Fractured Atlas and has been established in more than 14 cities nationwide. Now a vital part of our larger platform of service offerings, the A&BC is leading the effort to provide this tool to Massachusetts, with the support of the Massachusetts Cultural Council and in collaboration with organizations including StageSource and Boston Dance Alliance.
As part of our commitment to the creative economy and the artists and organizations that power it, the A&BC launched SpaceFinder Mass in 2014 with three primary goals in mind.
- Empower Artists: SpaceFinder Mass enables artists to fully utilize creative spaces, from popular venues to non-traditional locations, across the Commonwealth
- Empower Venues: Expand visibility for small and large scale venues.
- Identify Needs: Map creative spaces and find areas of development.
SpaceFinder’s advanced search function enables venues to promote their space based on technical specifications, pricing, availability, the type of events suitable for their space and more. These filter capabilities assure that organizations receive inquiries from renters serious and educated about what their space has to offer.
Create your listing
Posting to SpaceFinder is simple. Visit spacefindermass.org and click “List Your Space” to sign up for your free organization account and complete your organization profile. You’ll then be prompted to fill out your organization’s information and create a space listing. The A&BC will review and publish your profile and listing within a few days.
Please email questions about SpaceFinder Mass to email@example.com.
For technical assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Email Jim Grace at email@example.com.
Check out Building 32, a 16000 square feet of raw open warehouse located in Boston’s historic working shipyard. The building features 40′ ceilings, a 20′ rollup door, and tons of natural light. Space is available to artists and makers for projects including but not limited to: large-scale sculptural or fabrication work (metalwork, woodwork, other media), film production and set construction, and performance and event production. Space and logistics (100-16,000 sq ft, design/fabrication consultation, event planning and co-ordination) available on a project-to-project curated by HarborArts Inc.