Sashimi, Betta fish extraordinaire, has come to ThincSavannah’s front desk by way of Ms. Rubi McGrory. Sashimi is a well-traveled fish that has traversed Bahamian and South Florida waters via yacht. Now in retirement, his main duties include swimming, eating, and fully embodying his ever-important role as ThincMascot.
ThincSavannah, Savannah’s premiere coworking space, inhabits more than 8,000 square feet of shared office and exhibition space. Ample wall availability provides valuable gallery space for established and emerging fine artists. Given the professional environment, applicants work must not be religious, political, or graphic in nature. Submitted work should be professionally framed and will be co-curated and hung by qualified participants. Perfect opportunity for thesis exhibitions. Fee: $100/10 pieces for duration of exhibition, 5-15 pieces/artist. Space rental provides…
ThincStations are perfect if you need privacy without the commitment of an office. These workspaces are located in the newly remodeled, beautifully designed, ThincStudio. They come complete with a built in desk and include all of the services and amenities ThincSavannah has to offer as well as 24/7 access. Prices start from $400 per month. More info here.
“2011 ThincSavannah Visionary Award” SAVANNAH, Ga. – ThincSavannah, a coworking and collaborative office environment located at 35 Barnard Street, is now accepting nominations for the first annual “2011 ThincSavannah Visionary Award” in honor of their one-year anniversary. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 18, 2011 at 5 p.m.
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – In today’s economy, starting your own business can be tough. But a new place in downtown Savannah is helping to give new small business owners a solid start. It’s called “thincspace” and it’s located between Ellis Square and Broughton Street with more than 5,000 square feet of office space on the third floor overlooking Ellis Square.
kinetic potentials opened at Thinc Art on February 3, featuring paintings by Jeff Doran that explore the collection and release of energy. The exhibition will be on view at ThincSavannah until March 25, 2011.
The Small Business Chamber held their monthly networking event at ThincSavannah, check out all the fun photographs.
Savannah Morning News By: Adam Van Brimmer Ashley Bowersox tried for years to lease out downtown Savannah’s most unattractive office space. A commercial real estate agent, he would bring clients to the third floor of the building at 35 Barnard St. and emphasize the “potential” of the 8,100-square-foot space. Ignore the peeling paint, threadbare and stained carpeting and view of the Ellis Square construction project, he’d tell them. To read the full story at Savannah…