Finding Empty Space for your Project

The mammoth advice seeking task begins


Finding an empty space in which to run your project – be it gallery, temporary exhibition or social enterprise – can seem daunting: How do you find space. If you see an empty shop in your high street how do you find out who the landlord is? How do you approach them – can you get a lease at the right rent for your purse? However, there are tools to do this. It is possible!!

Here are some top tips drawn from my experience but also drawing on the wealth of knowledge that is out there ‘doing’ this already. You don’t have to ‘pay’ for this advice –  people actually doing this in the field will happily pass on advice and pointers to assist more people, like yourself, to create a thriving arts community.

I started on my project because something was already happening on my High Street and the…

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