The Spaceworks Coworking program provides affordable space for artists and entrepreneurs to launch, grow, and — perhaps most importantly — meet other makers.
Featured Coworking Participants
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.
Fame Takers is a street wear company that loves what they do. As graffiti writers working alongside fashion designers, screen printers and manufacturers they aspire for the artwork to become one with their lifestyle, a place where work, design, and fashion find an equal and harmonious balance.
Their goal is to provide the best fitting and highest quality garments possible, while allowing you as person, not a customer, to tell your story.
Jason Farris & Cooper Farris
Frankly Cinematics is a full service creative studio specializing in end to end delivery of film, television and brand media.
They work with artists and business alike: from developing full, end-to-end projects to partnering with existing productions to deliver cinematography services including planning, principle photography, visual effects and all elements of post-production including color correction and sound design.
Designer Isaac Martinez has over 12 years of professional experience. His company, Pointline, is a full-service design and sign company that specializes in creating brand identities for small to mid-size businesses through design of the complete image which includes but is not limited to logos, stationery, in-store graphics and storefront signage.
Ken Jacobsen is a guitarist, cellist, composer, performer, teacher and producer who is at home in a wide variety of musical styles from classical to electronic and everywhere in between.
In 2015 he launched Destiny City Music Collective, a collaborative performance of Tacoma musicians creating new sounds and musical textures synthesizing traditional music, modern technology, and sounds from the future.
Chelsea O’ Sullivan
Chelsea O’ Sullivan has worked on numerous murals across Tacoma, and last summer completed a beautiful mural on the Tacoma Buddhist Temple as part of the Tacoma Murals Project. See her art on Facebook.
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