Residency & Awards Programme
Acme Studios adds to its core activity of providing artists with affordable and secure non-residential studio space through a range of programmes which include work/live and studio bursary and residency schemes. These programmes are some of the most directly supportive for artists anywhere in the UK.
The Fire Station Work/Live Residency Programme provides 12 units of combined working and living space at a subsidised rent. The programme is open for national submission and runs for five years at a time.
The Stephen Cripps' Studio Award is for artists whose practice is based in sculpture which embraces elements of light, movement, machinery, sound or performance and is based at High House Artists' Studios.
Acme runs seven awards for art college graduates housed at our Warton House studios in Stratford, E15: the Adrian Carruthers Studio Award which is open to graduating students from the MA course at the Slade School of Art; the Chelsea BA Studio Award is open to graduating BA Fine Art students; the Chelsea MA Studio Award is open to graduating MA Fine Art students; the City & Guilds of London Art School Studio Award; the Goldsmiths MFA Studio Award; the Helen Scott Lidgett Studio Award for MA graduates from Central Saint Martins; and the Jonathan Harvey Studio Award for BA graduates from four London art colleges.
We also run the Associate Studio Programme for Central Saint Martins BA Fine Art graduates.
One-off projects and residencies which have come to an end can be found on our Previous Projects page.
For more information about the programme or to discuss establishing a new programme, please contact:
Julia Lancaster, Senior Residency & Awards Manager - firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie Coffey, Residency & Awards Officer - email@example.com
44 Copperfield Road,
Bow, London, E3 4RR
T 020 8981 6811
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- Acme Studios
- 44 Copperfield Road
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- T +44 (0)20 8981 6811
Between 1996 and 2012 Acme received £3.2m of capital funding from Arts Council England which supported the creation of six permanent affordable studios in London: Copperfield Road, Fire Station, Galleria, Harrow Road, Leven Road and Matchmakers Wharf. This resulted in 186 studios and 12 work/live units in four London boroughs.