Bow Arts Trust is delighted to announce that they are opening brand new studio spaces for new and emerging artists near London Bridge in late July. To celebrate this new development, Bow Arts Trust will be awarding short residencies to two 2010 graduates.
By launching these new studios, Bow Arts Trust is looking to extend its direct support to emerging artists at a critical point in their careers. These studios have been made possible through a partnership with the charity Crisis.
In addition to these awards for recent graduates, Bow Arts Trust will also be offering two free studio places to artists emerging from Crisis’s Skylight Scheme.
For more information about SE1 Studios visit www.se1studios.com
Bow Arts Trust still has a few remaining studio spaces available in it’s recently opened P1 Studios in Bow. These newly refurbished, secure studios are ideal for individual artists, designer/makers, or small creative businesses.
In a unique partnership with East Thames, Bow Arts Trust has created a new model linking sustainable affordable studio provision for artists, designers and creative industries, with long term community benefit being directly produced out of the revenue base.
By joining the P1 Studios community artists are provided with a unique opportunity to be part of a ground-breaking partnership model for artists’ studios directly contributing to community regeneration, in the heart of east London.
For more information about P1 Studios www.p1studios.co.uk
Bow Road Studios
The Bow Arts Trust offers a wide range of affordable studios for visual artists at its main location on Bow Road, E3, at the heart of what is becoming London’s artist quarter.
The Trust has two well established adjacent buildings housing approximately 115 studio spaces, the Nunnery Gallery, and the Trust’s Education offices. By joining Bow Road Studios, artists are provided with the opportunity to become part of a thriving and dynamic creative community.
For more information about Bow Road Studios please visit www.bowarts.org