Studio providers in Sheffield.
Bank Street Arts
Bank Street Arts is a city centre based arts centre comprising of galleries, studio and office spaces and meeting rooms for hire as well as an education space workshops, a café and a shared jewellery cooperative. The centre runs a unique residency programme for local artists, writers, filmmakers etc. and hosts a wide variety of exhibitions and events. These include contemporary art installations, poetry readings, live art performances and workshops.
An independently funded, registered charity, the centre acts as a hub for creative practice in Sheffield and seeks to promote hybrid/cross media arts projects, encouraging collaboration between diverse practitioners. Charity No: 1134505
32-40 Bank Street, Sheffield, S1 2DS
A contemporary art space and studio complex located in the city centre. Bloc is a not-for-profit artist led organisation that co-ordinates a programme of exhibitions, events and art activities that are free to the public. Has 60 studios available to rent, offering a vibrant and creative workspace facility for a wide variety of artists.
198 Arundel Street, Sheffield, S1 4RE
CADS - Creative Arts Development Space
CADS is a social enterprise which has achieved charitable status, providing creative studios for rent and exhibition space for hire in the Shalesmoor area of Sheffield. Primarily working with artists, musicians and creative businesses, to build a community of artisan productivity. Hosts art exhibitions, music performances, film and photography shoots, fashion shows and social meetings.
Offers quality affordable studios and exhibition space in a creative community environment deep in the heart of Sheffield's industrial sector, less than 10 minutes walk from the city centre. Based over two ex-industrial premises, CADS offers a range of studio sizes, from £25 per week including bills, various sizes available. Charity No: 1151884
7 Smithfield, Sheffield, S3 7AR
The Portland Works project is a group of tenants and supporters, all volunteers, who have campaigned for the survival of one of Sheffield's great buildings by community purchase and social ownership. Portland Works, built in 1877, is one of the earliest surviving examples of an integrated metal trades complex. It is a Grade II* listed building, which in 1914 became the first place in the world to manufacture stainless steel cutlery.
The group now own the Works under a Community Benefit Society, supported by over 500 community shareholders. Their major task at present is to renovate the building.
The building continues to offer low-cost work space to small manufacturing businesses, independent artists, musicians and craftspeople.
Portland Works, Randall Street, Sheffield, S2 4SJ
S1 Artspace is an artist-led organisation providing studios for twenty Sheffield-based artists. It also hosts a public programme of contemporary visual arts exhibitions, artist residencies, film and video screenings.
Charity No: 1089266
120 Trafalgar Street, Sheffield, S1 4JT
Supports a broad range of visual artists and craftspeople through the provision of affordable and sustainable studio space, professional support, facilities and services. The programme includes opportunities and services for schools and communities, training for artists and makers, artist residencies and exhibitions.
Seeks to engage people in the visual arts and the creativity of Persistence Works, Exchange Place, Manor Oaks and Knutton Road Studios through the Open Studios festival in November and other public events. Registered charity. Company limited by guarantee no 3034923.
Persistence Works Studios, 21 Brown Street, Sheffield, S1 2BS