FLAGS Launch

Join us on Thursday 7th July from 6.30pm for the launch of FLAGS, an exhibition of new and existing artist flags including work by Rose Finn-Kelcey, John Christie and Graham Crowley

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Book of Hours I & II

A project by artist Helen Gilbart, consisting of nearly 800 small mixed media paintings on playing cards - with a new digitised resource now available online

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Co-Work With Us

Whether you’re a developer, designer, freelancer or remote worker – The Art Station provides a peaceful, creative and welcoming space for you to work.

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Connection Points: Fiona Grady

Artist Fiona Grady has transformed our windows into a unique colourful vinyl installation that can be viewed from inside and outside.

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The Art Station: old post office, new creative space.

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 Suffolk

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Putting Creativity At The Heart Of A Suffolk Market Town

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, 2021

About Us

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

Our Spaces

We have a range of studio, co-working and project spaces available

Art & Learning

The Art Station offers a variety of learning experiences which link people to different methods, practices, ideas and technology


“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)

What's On

Risograph Printing

The Art Station are the proud new owners of a fantastic Risograph printer, find out more about the RISO printing process and upcoming opportunities to try it out.

The next Risograph Induction session is on Wednesday 13th July, click through to book online.


An exhibition of new and existing artist flags including work by Rose Finn-Kelcey, Don Brown, Abigail Lane, Graham Crowley, John Christie, Yoko Brown, Russell Marsh, Emily Cannell and Callum John.

Launching on Thursday July 7th and running until 14th August at The Art Station.

Art Station Draw

A new programme of artist-lead drawing workshops on Saturday mornings in July.

Join Erica Akerland, Jevan Watkins Jones, Justine Moss and Annabel Dover and explore different approaches to drawing and mark making.

Coding & Tech Course: GODOT 3D

Sign up for the latest 6-week course delivered by Creative Computing Club.

During Introduction to GODOT 3D Development students will learn how to build a 3D parkour-style game using the powerful game engine, learning the basics of 3D game design and modelling.

W i g g l y Wednesdays

Join Max at Saxmundham Library for our Wednesday after school drop in club.
Running every Wednesday 3.30 – 5.15pm. Wednesday 8th June until Wednesday 13th June.
Drop in, no booking required.

A colourful flag flying on a flagpole mounted onto a building with a High Street sign next to it

Saxmundham Flags Project

To celebrate 750 years of Saxmundham The Art Station will be flying a vibrant collection of new printed flags designed by local artists, community groups and schools, and displayed along Saxmundham High Street for the summer.