I am often asked about studios to let: I will try and compile a list over time on this page of studio complexes that are worth asking if they have any studios available:
1. Wimbledon Art Studios: (227 studios, so usually a few available)
Derek Smith - Studio Co-ordinator
+44 (0)208 947 1183
Emily Robson - Studio Co-ordinator/Administrator
Emma Campbell - Artist Co-ordinator
2. Bow Arts - often have a range of studios available and registration is free.
You need to register with us first, (see the ‘apply for a studio’ section ) then we can arrange for you to see the currently available and soon to be available spaces.
Once you have registered we will contact you with a list of what is available. After that you need to get in touch with us to make a viewing appointment. "
3. Studio space available to let on short term or daily basis - London, SE15
Contact: Loraine Rutt, Arch 191 Blenheim Court, 48-50 Blenheim Grove, London SE15 4QL
4. 401½ Studios
For over fourty years 401½ has provided studios for fine and applied artists and designers. The project, started in 1971 by Michael Haynes is housed in a Victorian warehouse situated on one edge of Larkhall Park in Clapham. Wandsworth Road is part of an ancient road from the Thames leading to Kingston and the South West........
The 401½ studios provide an appropriate working environment for fine and applied artists. The impressive list of current and past members clearly testifies this.
The position of the studios provides easy access to central London with bus and underground services as well as the British Rail trains.
Open Days are held at least once a year where members can exhibit work.
Email: Michael@401studios.org Website: www.401studios.org
ACAVA provides studios in a wide variety of buildings, many converted from industrial factory premises, others from offices and shops, a school, a vicarage, a laundry and potting sheds. It has also built some of the few purpose designed studios developed in recent years. You have to register with them and submit a statement of practice so it's a bit more formal.
6. The Ceramics Studio Bermondsey.
The Ceramics studio is part of the V22 artists studio complex in Bermondsey, South London. The studio is a well equipped purpose designed space, we have much to offer people from the beginner to the more experienced potter. We have 4 potters wheels, ample workspace, an extruder, a spray booth, sand blaster, slab roller, several kilns and ample tools and glazes. There are even bookable resident spaces available for anyone wanting to expand a big project.
Also: Studio membership: Includes 24 hour access and a small storage space for your materials, use of all our equipment and communal spaces (excluding firings costs) suitable for four or more visits a month. £50 membership fee (one off payment) and £25 a day or £5 an hour.
Friend of the studio: Includes access between 9 am and 10pm. Use of all equipment and tools. With the option to have materials and firing included in the price so you can just turn up and make without any pre planning. £25 membership fee (one off payment). With own materials and individual firings £25 a day or £5 per hour. With our materials and firing £50 a day or £10 an hour.
Lovely work space available for keen ceramicist!
We are proud to announce that we now have on offer, very cheap workshop space available in our fully-fitted shared ceramic studio. Bench, storage for work in progress, kilns, wheel, internet access available, with 24hr access to the facility.
8. London: New group studio opening in Parade Mews, South London, Tulse hill, SE27
9. CRAFT WORKSHOP/STUDIO, SPACES FOR RENT OR SHARE
If you are looking for a workshop in which to make pots, we’re looking for you!
Horam Manor Farm, Horam, E. Sussex TN21 0JB
Attractive farm courtyard site open to public
See images on www.horammanorfarm.co.uk
Tel. 01435 813716/07757020547
10. Commonwealth Studios, 2 Commonwealth Buildings, Church Street, London SE18 5NS