Gordon Seabright, Chief Executive of the Creative Land Trust discusses key findings from the Artists’ workspace consultation report by Dr Rhian Scott, including in-depth qualitative consultations with expert stakeholders.
What is the value of creating space for artists? In a research paper from earlier this year, ACME Artist Studios set out to explore the different ways that value could be understood.
Dr Rhian Scott has published the Artists’ workspace consultation report. The report presents findings from an in-depth qualitative consultation with stakeholders on the challenges of affordable workspace provision for artists in London, and potential solutions to these.
Artist Ambassador Emanuel Unaji gives us a tour of Art Hub Studios, giving an insight into how affordable workspace supports the creatives.
Finance Director, Jess Slack, looks at the issue of financial stability for artists and the idea of using Basic Income to support creative arts workers.
Operations Manager, Yves Blais looks at how co-design can become a tool to create positive social impact and change, giving space and a voice to those sometimes not left feeling unrepresented and unheard.
The CLT Team visited A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920 – 2020 at Whitechapel Gallery. Rosie reviews the exhibition and how it presents the studio through the work of artists and image-makers from around the world.
On a trip to Waltham Forest CLT take the opportunity to better understand how local authorities and businesses are working to develop arts and culture to support the community. Visiting Waltham Forest touring Yonder Studios, Creative Works, Switchboard Studios and Blackhorse Workshop.
Two years on from the pandemic we talk to Andrew Bick at Tannery Studios about Covid recovery and being able to reopen their studio space.