Studio Space in Artist Collective workspace with active community

  • $300 per month

  • Long term rental available February 10, 2021

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Second Harvest Artist Collective

5607 4th Ave S, Seattle

Listing updated 02/14/21 • Added 02/14/21

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Dimensions 8 x 8 ft.
Square Footage 64 sq. ft.
Parking Street parking (free)
Walls Sheetrocked and Smooth
Plaster and Lathe
Flooring Wood floors
Other Qualities Ventilation
Outdoor area

Performance, Rehearsal, Exhibition, Studio Art, Meetings / Meetups, Workshops / Classes, Office Space, Events, Screenings, Readings, Retail, Raw Space, Film Location


Dance, Theater, Music, Visual Arts, Photography, Film/Video, Production/Fabrication, Circus Arts

The Space

​Second Harvest Collective is looking for additional artists/creatives to join our collective studio workspace. We are a BIPOC/queer centered artist collective that accepts creatives of all types. Our current roster includes visual artists, ceramics artists, writers, costume designers, musicians, and installation artists.

We take COVID precautions very seriously. You will have access to your own private space, and we wear masks and socially distance when passing each other in shared spaces.

Our art space functions as a community. You will have access to your own private space as well as storage/community space access.

Leasing is flexible and no long-term commitments are required.

In a post-COVID world we look forward to hosting events, art walks, and workshops.

Kitchenette access

Basement storage

24/7 access

Backyard access

Connections to Equinox Studios and monthly art walks

Monthly Rental

$300 per month

The Basics
Shared bathrooms
Utility / work sink
220 volt power
Alcohol allowed
Second Harvest Artist Collective

5607 4th Ave S, Seattle

The Building

We are looking for BIPOC/LGBTQ artists to join us in starting a collective artist work and event space in the Georgetown area.

Our mission is to provide a space and platform to empower underrepresented artists to pursue their creative careers.

We will provide a space for underrepresented artists to create work, receive criticism, and show their work in a safe and diverse environment.

Our space is a modified 1 bedroom house with additional studio space in renovated shipping containers the backyard. Members of our community will have access to their own space as well as additional community spaces and room in the house for storage.

As a part of the Georgetown Community Development program, we will support the building of affordable housing in Georgetown to fight the rampant inequality in the Seattle area.

Listing updated 02/14/21 • Added 02/14/21

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