Sat, Jul 7 from 10am - 2pm

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This event will be hosted in partnership with Common Area Maintenance (CAM), a collaboratively run artist studio and exhibition space in Belltown, housed in a former appliance repair shop. CAM founder Timothy Firth will speak to challenges and lessons learned in the creation of the space: leases, gutting, remodeling, organizational challenges, community building, and MONEY. 

As Seattle’s real estate prices continue to rise at breakneck speed, community and artist organizations are coming up against more and more challenges in securing physical space for themselves in the City. This edition of Neighborhood Exchange is envisioned as a mini-summit for members of Seattle communities, not just artists, struggling to claim space in our changing town to come together and share challenges, celebrate successes, build solidarity and learn from each other.

Interested in getting involved?

Contact Kathryn Higgins at kathryn@seattlearchitecture.org

This program is accessible via public transit: 
Common Area Maintenance is served by the Westlake Station Light Rail stop, and more than 30 bus lines serving the downtown corridor.
Limited street parking is available. 

This program is supported by the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Neighborhood Matching Fund
 

Common Area Maintenance

2125 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98121