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National umbrella body representing interests of all involved in providing and developing affordable workspace for artists. Champions and supports work of studio groups and campaigns to influence policy and decision-making in support of studios sector and artists. 85 Studio and Associate Studio members that provide space support for 5000 artists. Provides professional development services to studio providers and artists' groups to help them deliver effective, sustainable, afforable workspace. Also supports visual artists to develop practice, research, innovate and make work and play active role in culture and communities, includes artists without physical studio space as groups develop associate schemes and professional development programmes for non studio-holders. Services include guidance notes, toolkits, briefings and information for studio providers, one-to-one advice for members on eg setting up studios and negotiating a lease, to governance and business rates, fostering peer networking and support through conferences and training.
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How you can save time and money when thinking about setting up artists’ studios. In partnership with Ethical Property Foundation, The National Federation of Artists’ Studio Providers are offering a one day training workshop at The Gallery in Cowcross Street, London. An opportunity find out how to set up as an artist studio group, find the right premises, negotiate your lease and maintain your property to make the most of the space. Find out how other groups have done it and listen to professional advice. Read full listing…
Axis has teamed up with NFASP (National Federation of Artists’ Studio Providers) to bring you two events in the North West to look at how studio groups and their individual members can develop a powerful web presence. What makes for an effective advocacy message? How do you demonstrate public benefit? And what tools and techniques can help you develop a website or make an existing one even better? These lively events will start with lunch and offer a mixture of presentations, workshop activity and networking. You’ll have the chance to find out what people are looking for from your website, problem solve and discover easy ways to achieve what you want online. Come along and let’s discuss how your website can help you make an impact and demonstrate the value of what you do. Staff from NFASP and Axis, as well as visiting speakers, will be on hand to facilitate discussion and give you tailored advice. Read full listing…