Two London case studies of artists' studios creating public benefit: by Susan O’Reilly, Acme and Capital Studios, December 2006. This report provides in-depth information about the public benefit affordable studio providers and their tenant-artists achieve. It explores how they work to encourage innovation and creativity across the social and regeneration agendas.
It provides examples of how artists support their practice by working in education, training and community development and how this helps to address social exclusion, offender, health and learning issues.
The case studies are of two artists' studio organisations:
Blechynden Street studios, North Kensington
Association for Cultural Advancement through
Visual Art (ACAVA)
APT studios at Harold Works, Deptford
The Art in Perpetuity Trust (APT)