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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Artists Studio Spaces in the Greater DC Area

DC doesn't have big warehouses like NY and Baltimore and artists have studios in all kinds of spaces, from home studios to art organizations. An artist recently emailed me about where to find available artist space in the greater Washington DC area. I've started a list of organizations and groups who have artist studios to rent or to share. I've decided to post this for my readers as an expandable resource. You'll need to check with each location about guidelines for their studio spaces.

Let me know of other artist studio spaces you'd like to add to the list, please leave the information in the comments form for review. I will expand the list as time goes on. Here's the beginning and I hope it helps some of you find a great place to work.

Check out DC Space Finder http://www.culturaldc.org/artist-services/dc-space-finder/

Some Artist Studio Spaces in the Greater DC Area:

A. Salon

Art Studios at 52 O Street NW

The Jackson Art Center
Jackson School
3048 1/2 R Street, NW
Georgetown
Washington, DC 20016
www.jacksonartcenter.com

artdc.com Studios
www.artdc.com

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center

Torpedo Factory Art Center

Work House Art Center Lorton

Arlington Art Center

VisArts’(predecessor “Rockville Arts Place”)
http://www.visartscenter.org/contact_us.html

Gateway Arts District includes Mt. Rainier Studios
http://www.mountrainiermd.org/arts_district.html
3708 Wells Ave, Mount Rainier, MD 20712 

DC Glass Works
www.dcglassworks.com

Brentwood Art Center.
3901 Rhode Island Avenue,
Brentwood, MD 20722

Washington Art Works

Washington Studio School
www.washingtonstudioschool.org

King Street Studios
222 South King Street
Leesburg, VA 20175
703-777-5498 (Gallery 222) 15 artists
http://www.beekeepersgarden.bizland.com/kingstreetstudios/index.html

Map of studios by artdc.org
http://www.communitywalk.com/map/42043 

5 comments:

  1. also 52 O St. NW - oldest art studio building in DC i think.

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  2. Hi Anne. I know this is an old post, but I'm looking for studio space.

    Right now I work out of a shared space in Brooklyn, which has been awesome, but I am forced to move to DC and am discovering how difficult it is to find this type space for welders and metal fabricators.

    Any advice is greatly appreciated...

    Can anybody out there help?? thanks again,

    I can be reached at patrick at ironguerrilla dot com

    http://ironguerrilla.com

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  3. Hi Patrick,
    Hope things have worked for your move. These spaces are still relevant. Gateway, Brentwood might be your best bet for larger space.

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  4. *UPDATE* The updated site for The Art Studios at O Street (studio52) is http://www.studio52dc.com/

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  5. Have open space for rent on historic U Street in NW Washington, DC. Available Mon thru Friday mornings and early afternoon up until 3:00pm. htcmrahim@aol.com

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