Make Space Studios is a large, thriving community of artists, artisans and creative businesses.
Studio 180 is a converted and quirky Edwardian terrace that is the working space for five full-time artists with an interesting and experimental temporal space.
The Simulator Gallery is a formal gallery space which has housed several group and solo shows.
All are based within walking distance from each other in a great in central London location.
Situated trackside on the way into Waterloo Station, Make Space has taken some once abandoned and derelict buildings and converted them into an inspirational creative space.
Having open studios allows the public to see into the otherwise private creative space of an artist, enabling you to view both work and practices in progress from ceramics to fashion design, Glass slumping and mosaic work, along with fine art practices of painting, sculpture and illustration. It is also an excellent opportunity to buy unique and interesting gifts – just in time for Christmas.
The Simulator Gallery will hold a group show curated by EJ Carmichael, a celebrated Australian aboriginal artist.
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