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25th February 2012
Following the success of the studios established by ACAVA in the Essex towns of Harlow and Hadleigh, both are expanding to provide further accommodation for artists. A further 6 studios will be available at each location in the next few weeks.
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10th January 2012
On Monday 9 January, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles, visited the studios at the Hadleigh Old Fire Station and restarted the clock. The fire station was opened by ACAVA in June 2011 to provide studios for 16 artists, community offices and a...
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10th December 2011
ACAVA is pleased to announce a new studio development in Battersea, London. Studios at Parkham Street are now available for recent art and design graduates, those on post-graduate courses and artists seeking inexpensive workspace for a relatively limited period. The building is part of a former...
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12th November 2011
Jeremy Lucas, Essex Cabinet Member for Environment and Culture, opened an exhibition on 10th November at the Gibberd Gallery in Harlow of the work of artists based at Gatehouse Arts. Nineteen artists occupying the studios which were set up eighteen months ago exhibited a dazzling range of work...
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30th October 2011
Hadleigh Old Fire Station was offically opened on Thursday 6 October. Those in attendance included Rebecca Harris, MP for Castle Point, The Mayor of Castle Point Councillor Jackie Govier, Councillor Pam Challis OBE, Leader of Castle Point Borough Council and Chairman of Castle Point Regeneration...
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