The Art Station has refurbished the first floor of an old post office and telephone exchange for use as a new creative industries hub for coastal SuffolkFind Out More
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The Art Station is a charity arts organisation providing a new creative hub in Saxmundham, a rural market town in coastal Suffolk. Having completed a major refurbishment of the first floor of a former 1950’s telephone exchange and post office, The Art Station’s unique venue has become a base for a dynamic and engaging arts and community programme.
We aim to unlock potential and effect real change – enabling people to come together to form communities around the creative industries and tech. By providing affordable creative space for local artists, makers and tech developers, alongside exhibition and event spaces, The Art Station is developing new networks in the region and provides access to unique creative opportunities.
Photo: Dean Brannagan, 2021DONATE
The Art Station is a charity arts organisation, having developed a new workspace for the creative industries in Saxmundham, it now acts as a base for an engaging arts programme that serves the local community and coastal Suffolk
“The creation of studios, work spaces and a meeting point for the cultural and creative community in rural East Suffolk, has the potential to build the local economy and sense of place.”
Jayne Knight (arts development manager, Suffolk County Council)
Art Station Film is back from a summer break to bring you an exciting programme of one minute films. One Minute Volume Eleven is the latest in the series of programmes compiled/curated by artist Kerry Baldry.
A fascinating talk between Professor Freddie Robins and writer, Julia Blackburn. About our current exhibition ‘Head & Tails’, and Julia’s book about the extraordinary life of John Craske.
A brilliant new body of work by Abigail Lane using thread, embroidery, the surface of textiles, cast forms, and constructed boxes. Art Station acknowledges the generous support of Henry Moore Foundation and East Suffolk Council, Shared Prosperity Fund who have funded this exhibition.