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ThChrch Is A Creative Space For Public Consumption

By Elisha Neubauer

Like its name, ThChrch is a unique concept unseen prior to its formation. Inspired by the San Diego community around it, ThChrch launched in February of 2017 and has been moving forward steadily ever since. The conception behind the facility was to provide a platform for which creatives could bring their visions to life.

When it comes to ThChrch, everything is centered around the space. It is currently considered to be the most accessible multi-use space in San Diego. Whatever your need, the space can house it, from workshops, lectures, and more, they do it all.

"We bring San Diego communities to life by providing a reachable platform for community leaders, artists, and entrepreneurs to take chances on and develop themselves," Kevin Wright, CEO, said.

The staff of ThChrch love new ideas. If they haven't heard of it before, great. They're up for the challenge. They've taken the lead on several community functions, as well. They've headed up events such as Haircuts for the Holidays, The Good Neighbor Project, the Drive, and Chicano Park Day.

As their events are so varied, Wright had to ensure his staff was, too. His employees come from all walks of life and possess an impressive array of talents.

"We consider everyone a resource," Wright said. "Even if we aren't sure where to plug them in when we meet, we know that eventually we will have a spot for them. Woodworkers, musicians, visual artists, consultants, educators, we've collected them all."

Wright's production team are, of course, the driving force behind the conception and actualization of ThChrch. While they're able to do a great number of benefit to the immediate community, Wright attributes the ultimate success of the project to his production team.

"We are able to do a lot of good in Barrio Logan, but capturing it all on camera allows us to extend our reach to the globe," he said.

ThChrch has been nicknamed a Big Brother Company by current and former partners, citing that they absolutely refused to let the partner company fail.

"That touched our team in a deep way and helped us understand how important it is that we get involved and have open communication with everyone we work with," Wright said.

To further the education of those in the community they work with, ThChrch created ThHolyfield Academy. They develop a wide range of talents, including photography, video editing, audio recording, public speaking, and musicianship. The arts aren't their only focus, though. They've even focused on small business management and accounting.

"Students of all types come to us hoping to hone a skill and we will give them the opportunity to do so," Wright said. "The ability to teach is paramount to the development of our experts in their respective fields."

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Elisha Neubauer is a freelance editor, ghostwriter, book reviewer, and author. She is...

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