Artists' studio spaces in London Below is a list of art studio spaces and facilities in London. This page forms part of our resource on developing your career - click here to find out more. AA2A - Artist's Acces to Art College FacilitiesThe AA2A project provides placements for visual artists and designer makers in Higher and Further Education institutions across England. ACAVAACAVA, the Association for Cultural Advancement through Visual Art, is an educational charity. ACAVA provides a comprehensive range of visual arts services, including the provision of studios and other facilities for professional artists, the mounting of exhibitions, the development of public art and community educational projects, training in the use of digital technology and a consultancy service. APT StudiosAPT is a registered charity committed to promoting the value of creativity through the visual arts. Located in South East London, APT supports an exceptional resource and facility for artists and the wider community With the provision of secure studios and high quality exhibition space as a cornerstone, APT aims to foster an environment where creativity may flourish, forging links and collaborations with other professional bodies both locally, nationally and internationally. Artelier Artelier, from Art Quest, is an online social network for visual artists, anywhere in the world, and enables them to safely and securely negotiate studio and apartment exchanges online. Artist's Studio FinderLooking for a studio? Then use our search facility. Search by size, price or location. Make your selections. See what is available specific to your needs then contact the studio provider directly for further details. Bow ArtsArts educational charity in East London. "The first choice for London’s emerging artists". Studios, live-work accommodation and work opportunities. Camden Collective Collective is a registered charity offering workspace, courses and collaboration for a growing community of Creatives in the heart of Camden. Collective is migratory and builds on a legacy of successfully acquiring and re-purposing vacant and underused spaces. We provide free hot-desking space and subsidised offices for start-ups and training academies in creative and digital skills. The Collective journey has been many things to many people from pop-up shops to career development, to commissioning public realm projects. We have an evolving model but our constant is the strong and ever growing community of young people, entrepreneurs and stakeholders who give strength and support to our next exciting stages of development Cockpit ArtsIf you're a talented designer-maker and looking to grow your business you have come to the right place. The offer of a studio at Cockpit Arts is by selection and there is a two stage process. Full details including selection criteria, services and charges can be found in the Application Pack. Cockpit Arts is committed to equality of opportunity for all and we welcome applications from all sections of the community. For more info, click here: http://cockpitarts.com/about-our-incubators/apply/Creekside Artists StudiosCreekside Artists is an artist-run co-operative established in the year 2000. Our space is divided into units, each housing 1 or 2 artists. The set-up is mainly open plan to encourage artist interaction and to foster an informal & sociably creative atmosphere. We actively promote our artists to the public through thrice-yearly Open Studio weekends & exhibitions (in June, September & December), free & open to all. These events provide valuable exposure & education for both artist & public alike. EuroArt studiosWe are North London's largest artist led art studio and workspace complex providing affordable studios and workspaces for rent by artists, makers and creative practitioners. This cluster of creative practitioners fosters networking and internal collaboration. It also provides an invaluable resource for information and advice. Proactively managed, we promote the work of our residents and often source opportunities for them. Euroart is a self-funded, not-for-profit, company limited by guarantee. We are not recipient of any core funding.Second Floor StudiosLondon's largest single-site affordable studio space project. Second Floor Studios & Arts (SFSA) is a London-based membership organisation that supports the development of visual and fine art practice and craft and designer making by providing affordable studios and workshop spaces to its members. We currently have a membership of over 410 artists, craft makers and designers ranging from recent graduates, emerging artists and makers to long established practitioners. Founded by Matthew Wood in 1997, SFSA was established as a direct response from personal struggles to find affordable studio space locally in South East London. Somerset House Studios Somerset House Studios is a new experimental work-space, within Somerset House, connecting around 300 artists, makers & thinkers, with audiences. The Studios will also offer residents a growing programme of development, employment and commissioning opportunities, alongside the opportunity to present work within its curated public programme. Space StudiosA studio provider since 1968, SPACE currently runs 18 buildings across London (3 of which are SPACE-owned), providing workspace for over 700 artists. To qualify for a studio you will need to be registered. Click here for more info: http://www.spacestudios.org.uk/archive-studios/studio-registration/ Wimbledon Art StudiosJoin Wimbledon Art Studios in London and become part of a friendly, dynamic community of creative people. Our highly successful, twice-yearly Open Studio Art Shows attracts thousands of buyers and provides you with essential exposure to galleries and collectors. It's more than just a workspace.Workspace.co.ukAre you looking for studio space in London suitable for artists? Keen to find studio space for artists in some of the City's most exciting and creative areas? Browse our listings of specialist workspaces for rent. Finding studio spaces in London aren't accessible to you? Take a minute to email email@example.com. All evidence we build helps us to work better with funders and partners towards solutions which can help disabled artists.