New features coming soon on the redeveloped Creative Spaces website
28 July 2020
We’re excited to announce that the Creative Spaces website will be getting a complete redevelopment! Due for launch in the next few weeks, here’s what you can expect from the new and improved Creative Spaces website.
Finding and listing space made simple
Space seekers, finding your creative space is getting a whole lot easier. Search by suburb to bring up a list of creative spaces in your area, then narrow down your search with intuitive filters. You’ll be able to see spaces in both card and map view, scroll through a space’s images while staying on the search results page, and click and drag the interactive map to reload spaces in your specified area. Add spaces to your favourites list, save your search filters for future reference, and view space details easier at a glance on the new space listing page.
For space listers, our overhauled ‘list a space’ experience will make it easier to create your listing. You’ll be guided through our customised form, with prompts and assistance to help you create the most appealing listing. You’ll also be able to manage all of your spaces within your own user dashboard, allowing you to keep track of what’s live, in draft form, or archived. Plus, if your space is currently unavailable, you can mark it as occupied but still have it appear in the search results.
List and find creative events
A brand new addition to the website, you’ll be able to list and search for creative events in your area and online using our Creative Community page. From in-person exhibitions to online workshops, list your creative events for free and find new creative events near you.
We’ve also added an events section to our space listing page, allowing you to show the community what events are coming up at your space.
Create an artist profile and put yourself on the map
Put yourself on the map with our new artist profiles. When you register for a free account with Creative Spaces, you’ll have the option to create your own artist profile to appear on the Creative Community page and to add your location to the search results page map. Add images of you and your work, a bio, links to your social media and website, then share your artist profile with others to get connected.
If you’re working at a creative space listed on the website, you’ll be able to link yourself to that space to appear on its listing page.
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