The Artist’s Studio – Community, Networking & Support

An artist’s studio is many things. First and foremost a place to work, a studio is where painters, printers, sculptors, and other creatives bring their visions to life. When choosing a studio for yourself, you want to pick a spacious, well-lit room that is conducive to getting your work done. Each medium makes its own demand, as does your individual work style – it’s well worth searching to find the studio space that accommodates both.

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Finding a Larger Form: Publisher Emily Larned

American Fabrics Arts Building artist Emily Larned discusses her iconic feminist vegetarian bookstore, her union for reflective creative practice, and how publishing ‘zines changed her life as an artist in the community.

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Choosing a Studio That Helps You Do Your Best Work

Having a dedicated, private area to create is essential to a working artist. Call it a studio, call it a workshop, call it an atelier – the point is you have room to think, to try, to bring the idea that’s been percolating inside your mind forth into the world. In the privacy of a studio, an artist can push themselves, challenge themselves, face tough questions and find their truth – but not all studios are created equal.

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