How property developers can foster London’s artistic future
Developers need to start including affordable art workspaces in their masterplans if London is to remain a creative hub
Could City Developments be the Solution to Shrinking Art Studios?
by Jo Davy | 4 July 2018
Tiffany & Co announces winners of the Studiomakers prize
by Sarah Royce-Greensill | 7 September 2017
Safeguarding creative spaces at London City Island’s new artistic centre
4 September 2017
Artists in the plan
The artist’s studio faces extinction in the capital if the property market continues to price artists out.
by Hugh Pearman | May 2017
London mayor pledges to create affordable artists’ studios
Newly formed Creative Land Trust will help to finance and protect workspaces across the capital
26 October 2016|
London’s Mayor Working to Secure Cost-Effective Studios for Artists
Posted 26 October , 2016
Mayor to explore Creative Land Trust to support artists’ workspace
Task force aims to investigate affordable art studio scheme
Mayor Sadiq Khan has ordered a feasibility study into the scheme.
by ROBERT DEX | 26 October 2016
Imagine a developer dedicated to building for the next generation. Jacob Loftus plans to do just that with his two-month-old start-up
by Emily Wright | 16 September, 2016
Cheap studio spaces in London to be launched this week
arebyte have got together with Outset: Studiomakers to present a ‘pop up arts complex’which will be spread over 1000sqm! in the heart of Clerkenwell and they want you to be part of it.
by Mark Westall | 15 August, 2016
Can London’s Next Mayor Save the City for Artists?
Next week, Londoners will go to the polls to vote for the city’s next mayor. Can either candidate make the ever-more-expensive city affordable for artists?