Tenant Portal

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Welcome to the NTC Foundation/ARTS DISTRICT Tenant resource portal.  This page has information specific to NTC Foundation tenants.

ARTS DISTRICT Monthly Update


ARTS DISTRICT Stay Connected Monthly Newsletter


Recording of  Tenant Meeting -10/24/2023:

Please note, the recorded tenant meeting focused primarily on the ARTS DISTRICT Collaborative RFP and application process. Attendance on this Zoom was mandatory for those who will be applying as the lead organization for 2024 collaborative projects. The recording is posted here for reference. View the RFP HERE

Opportunities and Announcements for ARTS DISTRICT Tenants



Calling Visionary Artists: Words Alive has big walls and bigger visions. Words Alive is a children’s reading nonprofit in San Diego, with a new home! They want to transform our new East Village warehouse into a hub celebrating the power of reading and volunteers. They are seeking interior designers, muralists, painters, and graphic designers interested in helping us imagine and/or implement our vision. This is a paid opportunity. Deadline to apply is December 31, 2023. Contact Monica Griego, Fundraising Campaign Manager, Words Alive Phone: (858) 274-9673 x 308 Email: monica@wordsalive.org www.WordsAlive.org

San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture announces the guidelines and online application for Impact, a new funding category, is now available. In this Impact pilot cycle, the City calls on artists and organizations, a.k.a. change-makers, to submit ideas with transformative potential. The cycle seeks visionary organizations and mission-driven artists in San Diego Communities of Concern and San Diego Promise Zone to develop and implement innovative change-making projects related to one or more of Impact’s focus areas: Arts + Heritage, Arts + Sustainability, and Arts + Just City. The Impact pilot will offer phased funding up to $100,000 over 18 months from Jan. 1, 2024 – June 30, 2025, to 10 collaborations of artists and organizations to support working with communities to help turn new ideas into impacts. Learn more and apply HERE.


From Commission for Arts & Culture: Creative City is San Diego’s first citywide cultural planning process and promises to set a vision for arts, culture and creativity in our city in the coming years. Our public engagement opportunities began last month with a series of public events and industry and sector-specific discussions for San Diegans to help inform the development of the cultural plan. This public engagement continues in July with additional events, a survey, and other feedback tools for San Diegans like you to share your insights and participate in the cultural planning process. Whether you are interested in arts in your neighborhood, celebrating your community’s cultures, or expanding local jobs for artists and creatives – we want to hear from you.

NTC Foundation /ARTS DISTRICT Links  

Property Management Links


Liberty Station/LSCA Links


NTC Foundation Programs   

Liberty Station Public ArtLiberty Station Public Art is designed to attract visitors and create a sense of place. Acknowledging the beauty and uniqueness of ARTS DISTRICT, the Liberty Station Community Association (LSCA), and the NTC Foundation have partnered with local art galleries, artists and community organizations to showcase sculptures, murals and others. 

Liberty School- Liberty School was developed by NTC Foundation for students who struggle with academic success. It uses the arts to help them learn in new and creative ways; to promote a positive attitude toward learning; to increase self-esteem; and to encourage exploration of new possibilities for the future.

ARTS DISTRICT CollaborativeThe Collaborative program encourages proposals to consider how to “welcome the public back to the ARTS DISTRICT,” and invite guests to “reawaken their creativity” while focusing on subject matter that represents ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station experiences and partners. 

ARTS DISTRICT 60- Second Spotlight- To better utilize the ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station YouTube Channel, please share a 60-second spotlight video. Register using this link for the Spotlight series.  Submit the video file by email to tmedina@ntcfoundation.org.

NTC Foundation Support Page– Become a Friend of NTC, support Liberty School, dedicate a bench or a rosebush, sponsor a program HERE.

Serving Alcohol in your space

If you are hosting an event in your space and you would like to serve alcohol, you must obtain a special event permit through the ABC.  For more information on permits click HERE. To obtain a permit or if you have questions email Melissa Ryan at ryan@abc.ca.gov or Direct@abc.ca.goor call (619) 525-4064

Tenant Meeting Space Available for Rent The NTC Foundation receives many calls/inquiries for rental space for meetings at ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station. If your space is available for rent please reach out to Kate Rubalcava krubalcava@ntcfoundation.org.

Tenant Meetings- NTC Foundation hosted tenant meetings occur covering various topics of interest, guest speakers and a refresh of things covered during orientation meetings. Tenant meeting dates and RSVP information will be sent out via the Monthly Update email.

The Tenants Group Collaborative provides Arts District tenants an opportunity to meet, share event news, and promote collaboration opportunities. For additional information contact Peggy Fischbeck, Barracks 19 #209, peggyfischbeck@aol.com

Liberty Station Community Association (LSCA) and Booked in Events
In addition to the NTC Foundation ARTS DISTRICT Programming, the LSCA produces events at Liberty Station.

Are you Hiring? We’ll post your job listing to the NTC Foundation Website Jobs Page! Send an email to tmedina@ntcfoundation.org with the following information:
Organization name and job title(s) that are open, link to your website or job listing with information on how to apply, dates for posting (beginning and end date).


Use of the NTC and ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station Logos on promotional materials is permitted with the following guidelines.

  • Logo is used in a “project supported by” location (depending on your design, this would be included where other sponsor and program partner logos are located)
  • Logo is not the headline/focal point of any promotional piece
  • Logo may not be altered in any way (shape, color, format)
  • All materials utilizing logo must be approved by NTC Foundation prior to printing/publishing

To access downloadable logo files click the ARTS DISTRICT Brand Assets link above this section.


Calendar Listings

San Diego region Calendar Listings
*Calendar listings are generally free but may require unique login or other processes to share your content.

LibertyStation.com Calendar


Rack Card dimensions for rack card holders in all NTC Foundation run tenant buildings.  Tenants may use as many literature holders as they would like, space provided.  Tenants are responsible for putting out collateral and removing collateral.  Standard rack card sized collateral is welcome. 4” x 9” OR 3.5” x 8.5”


Friends of NTC Token Program

Liberty Station Tenants are also invited to participate in the Friends of NTC Token Program.  By participating in the token program with a special offer, Friends of NTC members will be encouraged to shop, dine and support the arts at your location.  Participating locations will receive a Friends of NTC decal and a QR code for guests to scan and learn about the program and special offers.  If you are interested in participating in the token program, please fill out the survey linked here.

For more information contact Maria Masis at mmasis@ntcfoundation.org


Your Location in ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station

Barracks and Building numbers listed on exterior walls are Historic Navy elements. They are now used for pedestrian way-finding and on the campus map. e.g. “Barracks 19” or “Building 200” NOTE: The post office and other mail services do not use Barracks/Building numbers.  Please refer to your lease documents for your mailing address.