For information on how to apply for a studio at Wysing email Louise Thirlwall or phone 01954 718881

Through Wysing Arts Studios, artists occupy our range of purpose built and converted studio buildings. Wysing has up to 30 artists working on the site at any one time and operates a year-round programme of public events and exhibitions. Studio artists have access to mentoring sessions with Wysing curatorial staff and are able to occupy studios for up to a maximum of five years. Download Wysing's Studio Policy here.

Facilities on site include a ceramics workshop, wi-fi, a Grade II listed farmhouse, all set within a large rural environment. There is a communal kitchen open during the day where staff and artists can meet up to take a break, have meetings, eat, drink or just chat, and there is ample parking.



Live/Work Studio

In addition to studio space, Wysing has a unique live/work space in which artists can live and work on site for up to one year. Artists who have previously worked from this studio include Gustav Metzger, Uriel Orlow, Phil Root and Jamie Shovlin. In 2015 Rachel Maclean will occupy the studio during the early part of the year.

The live/work space is where artists undertake private research but can benefit from access to Wysing's ongoing public programme as well as visiting and residency artists.

For information on studios please contact Louise Thirlwall here.