We have studios available!
We’re now accepting applications for studios. The deadline for receiving applications will be midnight on Tuesday 30th April. Informal interviews will be held between May 5th-7th.
Please see the “Applying for a Studio” section below for more details on how to apply.
At Rhubaba we aim to foster a critical and supportive community of artists, within which self-organised activities such as meetings and critiques are enabled and space can be used productively and imaginatively.
We offer 15 affordable studio spaces, housing up to 20 practicing artists at any one time. All studio artists have access to the gallery space between exhibitions as well as access to shared resources such as tools and A/V equipment, kitchen area and communal office with desktop computer, printer and scanner.
Prices range between £60 and £160, inclusive of all utilities, such as electricity, wi-fi internet, administration costs, building maintenance and rates.
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Applying for a studio
Any artist can apply for studios at Rhubaba. We advertise studio availability through our website, mailing list, social media and wider networks. We accept applications from artists working in any medium and at any stage in their career.
To apply for a studio at Rhubaba please fill out a studio application form, which includes images of recent artworks and a brief statement on why you need a studio space here and how you see it benefiting your artistic development. Applications should be sent to email@example.com with the subject line “Studio Application”.
We can only respond to applications when studios are available, but do encourage anyone interested to get in touch.
Should we receive applications from more artists than we can accommodate at that time we will conduct informal interviews. Artists will be selected on the basis of their personal need for a studio, artwork and most importantly the artist’s desire to contribute to the studio community as a whole. We remain open to the various forms this contribution might take.