Find your Creative Match with SpaceFinder Mississauga

Find your Creative Match with SpaceFinder Mississauga

Join ArtsBuild Ontario on Wednesday, August 14, for a Webinar on how to create and manage your rental listing on SpaceFinder Mississauga. SpaceFinder is a free tool for spaces to promote their rentals and for artists to search for available space.

In this one-hour webinar, Alex Glass, Program & Assistant Executive Director with ArtsBuild Ontario, will show participants how to make an account on SpaceFinder Mississauga and share how spaces can leverage the site's free features.

SpaceFinder Mississauga is a free matchmaking tool for renters looking for creative space, and spaces looking to promote their rentals. Venues can market available rental space by creating a listing and uploading a digital calendar, while creatives can discover space based on location, price, amenities, up-to-date availability and more.

Webinar Sign-up:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/how-to-make-a-listing-on-spacefinder-mississauga-tickets-64365199043

Search for Available Rentals:
https://mississauga.spacefinder.org/

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Webinar Sign-up
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For more information contact:
Erin Borch
Program & Communications Coordinator

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