We currently have three vacancies for our coveted Keyholder Scheme.
The Keyholder scheme is designed for professional artists working in print, both established and recent graduates. It is designed to be cost effective if you require print facilities between 1-2 days a week or more.
Keyholders have 24 hour access, 7 days a week. You have a key (hence the name!), giving you ultimate flexibility. You are also given a A0 plan chest drawer to store prints, and space to store plates, materials and paper. There are also various possibilities to exhibit work at events such as the Affordable Art Fair with us, and to run courses. But more than that, you join a small cohort of artists working in print, both emerging and established, to build connections, gain inspiration and knowledge. These include Jake Garfield, Sophie Layton, Marcelle Hanselaar, Liorah Tchiprout and Paul Catherall.
It is available for periods of a minimum of sixth months at a time. A keyholder may want to use the studio facilities more intensively for part of this six month period. This usage is balanced out across a three month period, enabling other Artichoke members fair access to the facilities.
Please note that occasionally members run printmaking courses here. These work in conjunction with the needs of our regular members - we are committed to making sure they always have access to facilities. Usually you dont have to book sessions as a keyholder, but with Covid Restrictions we ask that you book all studio use in advance.
To be a keyholder is £230 per calendar month via standing order. There is a special rate for recent graduates to support their transition into professional life, making the cost £180 per month for the first year of their membership.
For more information, or to book a visit please email us on email@example.com or give us a call during business hours on 020 7924 0600. We look forward to hearing from you!
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