Our friends at C4 have launched a new venture to provide artists with something they need to be successful, a place to call home. Similar to startup businesses that can find work and office space at places like The Hub or Ignition Alley, artists need an official space to work, meet clients and practice.
Welcome to the Arts Entrepreneurship Center or FUSE as it is called. The space is located in the M. Rich Building at Peachtree Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and boasts offices, classrooms and practice space available to C4 members. Access is based on a tiered system varying from 24 hour usage to by the hour rentals. We think the Center will be a great addition to the growing community of flexible spaces for creatives that call Atlanta home.
The C4 space is a great find. It boasts a great interior, a central location and best of all a friendly community. C4 members are a great mix of creative individuals and a whose who of metro area organizations.
Not a C4 member? Well if you are part of Atlanta’s art community you should be. Not only do you get access to their great classes (and now their space) but through their Open Arts Network with Fractured Atlas members can participate in insurance programs (including health and liability). C4 members also have the opportunity for discounted memberships to WonderRoot through the cross-membership program.
Photo courtesy Creative Loafing Atlanta.