Acme Studios — Space for Arts Organisations

Supporting Artists since 1972

We currently provide space for independently run art organisations across five of our studio buildings. If your group is in need of a space, please complete our expression of interest form.

Auto Italia
44 Bonner Road
London E2 9JS

An artist run organisation and Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation that commissions and produces new work – collaborating directly with emerging artists. Founded in 2007, Auto Italia aims to provide a framework for developing alternative approaches to production and exhibition formats.

East London Printmakers
42 Copperfield Road
London E3 4RR

A co-operative, not-for-profit, artist run print studio, East London Printmakers (ELP) provides professional and affordable printmaking facilities for artists and designers and creates opportunities for them to discuss and exhibit their work. In addition to providing a much-needed resource for artists, ELP run open studios, courses and workshops which offer printmaking techniques to the general public.

119, High House Artists’ Studios
Purfleet, RM19 1AS

An internationally renowned company and Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation that combines world-class design with community projects to produce spectacular outdoor events that engage diverse audiences.

Associate Studio Programme

Developed in 2010 out of a partnership between Acme and Double agents, a research project based at Central Saint Martins, the Associate Studio Programme provides low-cost professional space for 20 graduates of Central Saint Martin's BA Fine Art course for 2 years and a programme of studio visits by artists, curators, writers and peers.

Associate Studio Programme (Glassyard): Wes Gilpin, Micheal Taiwo, Thomas Bull, Joseph Nichol, Gillies Adamson Semple, Chi Bagas, Hannah Doucet and Yin Yi Fung.

Associate Studio Programme (Highline): Isabel Alsina-Reynolds, Daria Blum, Pippa Brabyn, Jennifer Aldred, Molly Eliza Gough, Jess Heritage, Realf Heygate, Philip Speakman, Eleanor Mary Strong, Madi Walsh, Joshua Waterson, Tarryn Williams