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Wanted: Maker in Residence

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Are you a motivated creative looking to for your next adventure? Do you want your own studio space? Would you like to work with a client that wants to make art and content to elevate their brand, yet supports your desire to push the boundaries of your craft? We hope that’s us.

 

In exchange for working together, you’ll get your very own private studio space at General Provision at no charge, plus a monthly stipend to be our first official Maker in Residence. Yes, you can take on other clients–you will be promoted within our community for other opportunities if interested. Yes, we will pay for all of your materials. Yes, your work will be used both in our marketing and within our spaces. Yes, we will establish a clear scope and commitment before we begin together.

 

We’re prioritizing partnerships with talented makers in the following fields:

  1. Videography/Film
  2. Motion Graphics
  3. Graphic Design/ illustration/Visual Design
  4. Environmental Design

 

Do you dabble in a lot of things that we didn’t mention? Fancy yourself as a generalist? We’re open to it. Just send us a body of work to review, and we can begin a conversation. We’re open to partnering with anyone that can help us tell our story to the world. Fill the form out, and we will be reaching out to you.

 

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You like to create...

Link to your work:


Member Spotlight: Joyce Mealey

General Provision Coworking Member Joyce Mealey

Your network can be the most critical component of your professional life. Our careers are often defined by who we know, how we interact, and the ideas we are exposed to. Exposure to ideas is a direct benefit behind the massive growth of experimental work environments like coworking and coliving spaces.
Coworking spaces are all about fostering a community of agile, idea-heavy professionals. We like to keep in touch with our community before, during, and after their time in our space. Not only do our members make lifelong friends and a powerful network, they provide great case studies on the effects of coworking.
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Wanted: Maker in Residence

fat-village-blog

 

 

 

Are you a motivated creative looking to for your next adventure? Do you want your own studio space? Would you like to work with a client that wants to make art and content to elevate their brand, yet supports your desire to push the boundaries of your craft? We hope that’s us.

 

In exchange for working together, you’ll get your very own private studio space at General Provision at no charge, plus a monthly stipend to be our first official Maker in Residence. Yes, you can take on other clients–you will be promoted within our community for other opportunities if interested. Yes, we will pay for all of your materials. Yes, your work will be used both in our marketing and within our spaces. Yes, we will establish a clear scope and commitment before we begin together.

 

We’re prioritizing partnerships with talented makers in the following fields:

  1. Videography/Film
  2. Motion Graphics
  3. Graphic Design/ illustration/Visual Design
  4. Environmental Design

 

Do you dabble in a lot of things that we didn’t mention? Fancy yourself as a generalist? We’re open to it. Just send us a body of work to review, and we can begin a conversation. We’re open to partnering with anyone that can help us tell our story to the world. Fill the form out, and we will be reaching out to you.

 

Your name...



Your email...




Your phone number...




You like to create...

Link to your work:


Member Spotlight: Joyce Mealey

General Provision Coworking Member Joyce Mealey

Your network can be the most critical component of your professional life. Our careers are often defined by who we know, how we interact, and the ideas we are exposed to. Exposure to ideas is a direct benefit behind the massive growth of experimental work environments like coworking and coliving spaces.
Coworking spaces are all about fostering a community of agile, idea-heavy professionals. We like to keep in touch with our community before, during, and after their time in our space. Not only do our members make lifelong friends and a powerful network, they provide great case studies on the effects of coworking.
Continue reading