Spaces for artists and creativity
Janie Nicoll, Dead Space, 2004. Credit: Ruth Clarke
Through our networks we are being made aware of temporary commercial spaces that may be suitable for artists
Our ambition is to use temporary spaces to support and nurture creativity and, where possible, increase public engagement. In October we helped Axisweb member Puy Soden find a large space for experimental painting and our partners Creative Recovery Barnsley, a space for their public engagement activities.
Published November, 2015