With an extensive schedule of museum, gallery and partner events across London. In support of artists and studio providers across the sector, we’ve highlighted some exhibitions we’re planning to see during the week.
We are proud to release our report Creative Places Create Value, in collaboration with Get Living and Creative Estuary, demonstrating a positive association between the presence of creative workspace and residential property values.
Sara Kapanen, founder of feminist and anti-racist media and consultancy Women of the Wick discusses issues with salary, rent and studio ratios for creative professionals and artists' must be sufficiently compensated for their work.
Having recently announced the acquisition of 33,000 square feet of ground and lower ground floor space that forms part of a new mixed-use development in the heart of Hackney Wick, we're now looking for studio providers committed to equality, diversity, sustainability and community to run the workspace.
Tim Gomersall, one of the co-founders of Vivid Studios, discusses how London has adapted and changed during the pandemic. How creatives now have the opportunity to seep back into areas previously unaffordable, a result of gentrification, now dormant due to the pandemic.
Creative Land Trust's, Gordon Seabright discusses the importance of social and cultural beauty to our towns and cities, and how we can secure the future of the places that generate beauty, and the people who live and work in them.
By building places where creatives can thrive across the length of the Thames Estuary, and embedding them into our communities, we will make the invisible visible to a new generation of creative practitioners.