My wall collages are adorning a new (temporary) home. Earlier this month I dropped off a few of my pieces to be on display at Creative Coworking in Evanston.
Creative Coworking is a lovely building filled with office spaces for solopreneurs and small business owners in Evanston. With a tagline of â€˜your office homeâ€™ it truly feels cozy.
The entrance is a lounge area with comfortable sofas.
Further back on the first floor you can find closed conference rooms for team projects.
A spacious kitchen rounds out the first floor.
The second and third floors combine closed office space with open desk space areas. Click for a virtual tour.
Not only does this bright space offer a positive vibe and comfortable working atmosphere for business owners, but all walls are decorated with local art work that is available for sale.
Angela said that curating art is one of her favorite parts of her â€™jobâ€™ and I love that this venture founded by her and her husband truly supports anyone trying to strike out on their own.
The building use memberships range from three months per visit to unlimited use of a fully furnished suite with bathroom. The fees offer flexibility and the opportunity to grow.
One can start with three visits a month and upgrade that incrementally by specific number of visits to reserving a desk or an office. Mail and fax services are also available.
You can read this fabulous ID8 Nation article to learn more about Creative Coworking. I perused the space during the March Art & Wine night, after hearing of it since Creative Coworking started.
Not only do my butterfly collages get to have a sleepover among 30+ artists, but I also get to pop up at the next Art & Wine night, which will be on May 30. Youâ€™ll be able to peruse my wax and wire jewelry as you make your way around this lovely building.
There will be delicious snacks, wine, ample room to mingle, and lots of intriguing people to converse with.