Coworking

Are you ready to move your art or business to the next level? The Spaceworks Coworking program provides affordable and private studio or office spaces for artists and entrepreneurs to launch, grow, and — perhaps most importantly — meet other makers and collaborators.

Want to know about available space?

Contact Kiara Daniels, Communications Relations Specialist, for more information.                                                                  E:kiarad@tacomachamber.org
P: 253.682.1741

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1120 Downtown

Launched in March 2015, 1120 Downtown is a coworking space on the second floor of 1120 Pacific Avenue with twelve studios, 2,000 sq/ft shared space for events, and a lot of heart. Check out this video summarizing our first year in the space.

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1120 Hilltop

Opened in November 2017, 1120 Hilltop is a coworking space located at 1120 S. 11th with 5 spaces for artists, businesses, and organizations committed to operating in the Hilltop neighborhood.

Featured Coworking Participants

Adrian Milanio
Adrian Milanio

Adrian Milanio wins fans over through his charming approach as an R&B singer/songwriter. His music career began producing for artists in the Greater Seattle area.

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Heather W. Ernst
Heather W. Ernst

Heather W. Ernst’s collectors say her paintings shout, “I am alive!”, and say her work “makes me so happy!”.  Heather’s multimedia abstract landscapes and abstract expressionist work is found in private collections throughout the US, UK, New Zealand and Germany.  She is a retired architect from Auburn, WA.

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Hoyt Crace
Hoyt Crace

Hoyt Crace is an artist from Lakewood, WA who specializes in creating detailed works with a simple ballpoint pen. 

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Frankly Cinematics
Jason Farris and Cooper Farris

Frankly Cinematics is a full-service creative studio specializing in end to end delivery of film, television and brand media. (more…)

Schnelluloid Film
Isaac Olsen

Film maker, animator, and artist Isaac Olsen creates rockumentaries, cell animations, and art exhibits using nostalgic technology formats from the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. He dives deep into dark, dusty archives of local video footage, photographs, and memorabilia to commemorate otherwise discarded stories… or create new ones.