Artist spotlight

What does it mean to be a Bow Arts Artist?

Artist opportunities

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Develop professionally

Along with offering affordable studio spaces, we also provide opportunities to help you to develop professionally, such as workshops, training sessions, peer crits, panel discussions and the sale of your art through Own Art.

What’s going on?

Teacher CPD | Introduction to Clay: Working with Confidence and Creativity

Wednesday 24th April 2024, 5:15pm to 7:00pm , , Bow Road & Nunnery Gallery, 181-183 Bow Road

Join artist Rebecca Griffiths in a hands-on workshop that explores themes of touch and memory through the medium of clay.

Visit our nearby gallery

Around the area…

We work with local schools, delivering innovative arts programmes and enriching curriculums, including Sarah Bonnell School, Chobham School, Portway Primary School, Ronald Openshaw Nursery and Earlham Primary School.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Our studios are situated just a 10-minute walk from Queen Elizabeth Park. Not only is it a great place to walk, but it’s also undergoing development to become a new arts, innovation and education hub, including the V&A East.

Theatre Royal Stratford East

Near to our studios is the Theatre Royal Stratford, a leading London theatre and civic hub for east London, driven by art, inclusivity and boldness.