For one afternoon, 49 artists will be opening their doors in Acme's biggest studio building. Built as a ships' propeller foundry, the building was also used as a paper bag factory before Acme began converting it into studios in 1990. On display will be a wide range of artistic practice in studios of different shapes and sizes.
The event coincides with the nearby Old Police Station's annual open studios which forms part of the Art Licks Weekend.
The open studios at Childers Street also coincides with the week-long Deptford X festival.
Artists taking part include:
Aileen Kelly - Alex Calinescu - Alia Pathan - Anne Bristow - Anthony Sullivan - April Yasamee - Carol Mancke - Carol Mandeville - Chris Humphreys - Christy Symington - Dan Preece - David Weekes - Eleanor Bowen - Elizabeth Meadows - Eryka Isaak - Farah Syed - Gill Houghton - Grace Lodge - Helen Douglas Cooper - Helga Schmidt - Jane Lydbury - Janet Tod - Jemma Appleby - Jessica Tsang - John McGrath - Jonathan Huxley - Joss Cole - Judith Walker - Julia Davenne - Julie Brooker - Kevin Quinn - Lilia Mazurkevich - Mark Firth - Melanie Comber - Michael Kilraine - Nick Malone - Peter Towse - Russell Burn - Ruth Caig - Sally Kindberg - Shelley Theodore - Shelley Wilson - Sophie Jung - Stephanie Moran - Tete Alancar - Theresa Dowling - Tom Tlalim - Tontxi Vazquez - Yo Okada
165 Childers Street, Deptford, London, SE8 5JR
Overground: New Cross, New Cross Gate
Train: Deptford, New Cross
DLR: Deptford Bridge
Bus: 47, 188, 199
Car: On-street parking in nearby streets