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CreativeSpaceLA wants to hear from you!

FINAL NOTICE to Members of our Creative Community…Artists… Professionals… Organizations… and Businesses…

We want to hear from you!

Affordable Artist Housing :Take the Survey

Affordable Arts Organization Space: Take the Survey:

Are you involved in the arts, entertainment, or creative industries?

Do you lead an arts/cultural organization, or a  creative or arts-friendly business?

Do you need affordable space in which to live, work, create, rehearse, perform, or conduct business?

The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) has partnered with Bringing Back Broadway, the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles (CRA/LA), the City Planning Department Urban Design Studio, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation and Artspace Projects to explore new, affordable, mixed-use creative facilities in downtown Los Angeles. The project is called The Broadway Arts Center (BAC).

Two surveys that will help the team understand the space needs of the creative community in the Los Angeles region are underway. One survey is for individuals and one survey is for organizations/businesses.


The surveys will be available until October 10th, 2011, so please don’t miss you chance to be heard!

Your input is critical. The results will help build support for the project and secure funding.  In addition, your responses will influence the project’s location(s), the number of creative living and non-residential spaces to include, design features, amenities, programs, and affordability.

Thank you for participating in this exciting initiative! Please tell your friends and colleagues to participate and complete the surveys. Forward this message and “Like” us on Facebook – Creative Space L.A.

If you have any questions, or are unable to access the survey, please contact Teri at 612.665.0222

For more information about the project, please visit Facebook – Creative Space L.A.

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