The Art Station is a non-profit arts organisation, developing a creative hub in Saxmundham, a rural market town in coastal Suffolk. We are developing a new creative space for local artists, makers and tech developers, with exhibition and event space right on the High Street in Saxmundham.
Our plan is to unlock potential and effect real change, enabling people to come together and form communities around the creative industries and tech.
The Art Station is a non-profit arts organisation, developing a new workspace for the creative industries in Saxmundham and as a base for an arts programme for 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)
Fun online art, coding and yoga activities and resources for children and families.
The exhibition will be open to the public for bookable small group tours and visits
Saturdays and Sundays 10am-4pm
Arts Council England ( Project Grants) has awarded us £15000 for our launch programme over the next six months.
Phase One of our refurbishment has been moving steadily forwards since March despite the many challenges that we’ve faced during the Covid-19 pandemic.
On 9th April 2020 we successfully raised £14,000 with 116 supporters in 42 days. Thank you to everyone who took part.
Good news in the East Anglian Daily Times – big thank you to our supporters New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnerships.
Work will be starting on the refurbishment in spring/summer 2020 and we will be looking for artists/makers/tech developers to join us
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