You are invited to list a space in this searchable online marketplace for connecting those who have a space with those who need one. Are you interested in generating more revenue from unused room by making it available to artists, community groups, and non-profits? Please find more information about SpaceFinder Alberta below!
For many creative workers, non-profits, small businesses, and community organizations, the need for space ranges from gathering to producing, to rehearsing to presenting to storing to performing. People spend a considerable amount of resources trying to find suitable and affordable rental spaces.
On the flip side, venues expend significant effort trying to find the right people for their spaces. It might include commercial renters to cross-subsidize non-profits, or renters who fit the venue’s social purpose, like youth services or arts outreach.
This proven software was developed by Fractured Atlas, a US non-profit arts service organization. SpaceFinder links organizations that have space to rent with those who need space similar to many online apps in the sharing economy. The goal is to help organizations working in the arts, community, volunteer, small business, and non-profit sectors efficiently and effectively find suitable users for their space. Once you create a compelling, searchable listing for each space you have available, including rates and schedule, you will receive booking requests for hourly, daily, weekly and longer-term rentals directly to your inbox!
SpaceFinder Alberta’s goal is to strengthen the creative, non-profit and small business sectors. From the user’s standpoint, SpaceFinder Alberta will streamline the search for appropriate and affordable space. From the venue’s point of view, it will bring more awareness to the community about your facilities and less space will go underused.
SpaceFinder Alberta is brought to you by Arts Habitat Association of Edmonton in partnership with Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations, Calgary Arts Development, ArtsBuild Ontario, Alberta Real Estate Foundation, Canadian Heritage, Fractured Atlas and the City of Edmonton