Kew Studio is OPEN for Resident Artists, printmakers and Open Studio members.
We are delighted to be able to offer in-person classes again for the autumn of 2021, including etching, screen printing, tapestry and cyanotypes plus a weekly watercolours workshop on Tuesday evenings from 6.30-8.30pm.
If you would like to be updated with news of future classes at Kew Studio please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.PLEASE NOTE: All students participating in a Kew Studio class must become Student Members at a cost of £5 per term or £10 for the year. Student membership brings students fully into the Kew Studio community, allowing them, among other things, the opportunity to take part in management meetings and to show their work at Studio exhibitions. ABOUT US: Kew Studio was founded in 1980 by artists, for artists, with the aim of encouraging a greater awareness of the visual arts and participation in the creative process. A registered educational charity, Kew Studio welcomes aspiring and established artists at all levels of experience. We offer a range of possibilities, from workshops and classes to full membership. Some artists base themselves at the Studio, while others make occasional visits. A strong nucleus of Resident Artists provides a stimulating and supportive atmosphere from which all can benefit.
The studio comprises two large, open-plan rooms and a Print Studio, which provide:
- Resident Artist studio spaces
- Open Studio space for artists wishing to work at the Studio on an occasional basis
- Art classes and workshops
- Exhibition space
- Etching and Screen Printing Studio
Please contact our Coordinator to find out about how to become a member.
OUTREACH:Resources from our outreach programme, ‘Building Community through Arts’, can be accessed in the Explore Creativity section of this site.
Kew Studio is a registered educational charity (no. 1047199) governed by a Board of Trustees.