Studio

JOIN THE CREATIVE REVOLUTION!
Together we're building a community of people;

 supporting one another to grow and thrive.

The Good Things Studio is a ‘pop-up’ project organised by the Good Things Collective, based in the Arndale Morecambe Bay.  The location offers lots of passing visitors with our purpose built window gallery for exhibitions.
The 'pop-up' project is fundamental in The Good Thing's mission to continue supporting and developing Morecambe's creative offer by providing access to affordable workspace, networking & collaboration prospects and increased education & training opportunities.
CREATIVE CO-WORKING

Shared creative workspace >

A shared creative workspace providing access to equipment and resources. Think hot desking - but for artists.  

 

A great way to meet other creatives, spark new collaborations and projects, test out new ideas or work on old ones.

PRIVATE ARTIST STUDIOS

Dedicated space of your own to grow your practice >

Private studio space for artists and makers requiring regular use, ready to grow their creative practice.

WORKSHOPS

A growing programme of creative opportunites >

Keep a look out for an evolving range of workshops and programmes to get involved with running from our studio,

COMMUNITY - LED

As an organisation we are community-led and in most instances community-run too; providing an inclusive, flexible and collaborative approach to adding more ‘Good Things’ to what our area has to offer.  We believe that art and creativity is good for both us and for our communities.

 

For this to happen we need places and spaces as well as opportunities to both use and develop our existing skills, learn new ones and connect with others.

 

We have worked together on creating the community studio to make sure these opportunities exist and are available to as many people as possible. The studio pop-up makes having access to creative workspace and equipment more affordable than ever before!  

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The Good Things Studio has been made possible with support from both the Arndale Morecambe Bay and East Street Arts.