B.A.S.E Cohort 3 - 2021
We are looking for new cohort members for the 3rd year of our Build Art Space Equitably (B.A.S.E.) program, launched by the City of Seattle's Office of Arts & Culture.

B.A.S.E. responds to the concerns we have heard from within Black, Indigenous and communities of color about gentrification and displacement, and the need to gain capacity in cultural space development for the stabilization, growth, and sustainability of community-led space. As Seattle is experiencing some of the strongest displacement pressures in the country, the pressures are pushing disproportionately on vulnerable communities. The B.A.S.E cohort lives at the intersection of these pressures by bringing together real estate developers and arts & culture entrepreneurs into community by learning, providing tools, and networking together.

If interested, please fill out the application form below. Applications are due by 11:59 P.M. on September 28th!

Link to webinar: https://zoom.us/j/91592301274

If you have any questions or inquiries, please email: monyee.chau@seattle.gov
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Cohorts are spaces where we all are involved as both a learner, and a teacher. What do you feel you can share with this group? (i.e. experiences, skills, perspectives, passions, etc.)?
In the same spirit of collective growth as a cohort, what do you hope to achieve, learn and take away from the BASE program?
How do you connect with community?
What issues do you perceive to be the most prominent in real estate/development with regards to the arts in communities of color?
What are your organizational/community affiliations (past & present)?
Please describe your existing relationship with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, if applicable. How and from whom did you hear about the BASE program?
Please tell us which racial and ethnic category below best describes you, so we can ensure we are hearing from a diversity of individuals (check all that apply).
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