Set up in 1980, the Studio was founded by artists in this beautiful old Victorian school building, to encourage people to become more aware of the visual arts and to become involved in the creative process.
As a registered educational charity, Kew Studio offers a range of opportunities for artists at all levels of experience. The studio comprises of large, open plan rooms which offer:
- Resident artist’s studio space for rent
- Open Studio for non-resident artists wishing to work in a studio space
- A range of classes
- occasional workshops
- Individual tuition
- Exhibition space
- Etching and Screen Printing Studio
- Profiles of current resident artists
CLASSES DURING 2013: Details of our art classes, lifedrawing, tapestry, etching and screen printing workshops are now being added to the website.
Please note: Our class numbers are kept small, typically 6 students or less, so that tuition can be more personally tailored to individual student needs.
As a registered educational charity, the Studio is governed by a Board of Trustees.