New studios at Spode Works, what kind of spaces are needed?
ACAVA is looking to expand its studio provision at Spode Works in Stoke town centre by refurbishing some more of the historic factory spaces in partnership with Stoke-on-Trent City Council. These will include larger, ground floor spaces with easier access for materials and equipment that would suit ceramicists, makers and sculptors. ACAVA manages 43 other creative studios on the Spode Works site and four new spaces in Church Street, close to the town centre, that have been finished to a higher internal specification and would suit more established creative businesses, or group practices.
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For more information on existing studios please contact Liza Morshead, Membership Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
tel: 020 8960 5015
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