An Arts and Cultural Hub in the "Heart" of Lake City

12700 Lake City Way

Build Lake City Together sponsors two business incubation programs: Thriftology and Aorta Artists Productions, including a community room, “Heartspace” at 12700 Lake City Way NE. Consistently having comedy nights, poetry readings, cultural events, art shows, and more!

If you would like to use Heartspace for your event, 

Linked here is an online form for community members to propose, and request rental space use for events. https://forms.office.com/r/5UWYRB3gc9

Heartspace is an arts and Culture Center in Lake City, limited to a 50 person occupancy. Heartspace has about 2,000 SQ Feet of Community Space. 
 Contact Tessa Hall if you have any questions. Tessa.hall@chs-wa.org.

Below is our introduction statement, mission, and values statement. 

Introduction: HeartSpace is an arts and culture center in Lake City. It is a concept imagined by people who have been listening to residents, business owners, and service providers about what is needed to connect this diverse community. We are starting with activating a vacant storefront in the heart of our community. This is a proof of concept plan as we determine how a mission driven physical space can impact our personal and professional communities. We hope our success will lead to a permanent home in our beloved neighborhood. We encourage broad involvement and participation by residents and organizations to give us feedback and develop the concept with us.

Mission Statement: HeartSpace in Lake City will meet the needs of the surrounding community by providing a flexible community hub that contributes to the well-being of our neighbors in a welcoming and safe environment. Gatherings held at HeartSpace will treat everyone with dignity and respect.

Vision: HeartSpace will evolve as a community centric space created by the community, for the community. Programs will be shaped according to the needs of those that seek out a place to learn, support their community and connect. We want to help our neighbors and community become self-sufficient in a place where expression, cultural exchange, art, and business incubation can happen.