North London provider of affordable art studios for rent
About us

We are a North London artist led art studio group providing affordable studios and workspaces for rent to artists, makers and creative practitioners.


Founded by professional visual artist Lorraine Clarke and space projects quality consultant Nigel Young in January 2002, Euroart was originally established in leased industrial premises on Tottenham High Road, a few doors from Spurs Football Club.   In 2009, Spurs purchased the site for development of a new stadium and Euroart was summarily issued notice to quit.  Consequently, two warehouse units at Gaunson House were leased on 20-year terms, 34 workspaces created and 30 artists relocated from the High Road premises.   In August 2011 a third warehouse unit was leased and an additional 36 workspaces created.   The current 70 workspaces have the potential to host up to 80 fine artists, makers and creative businesses.


Euroart is committed to bringing contemporary art practice to the local community.  Through self-funding and/or grants, we deliver activities enabling people to participate in artistic and creative experiences, which can have transforming and lasting benefits.  We have delivered creative workshops in the studios and across the borough.  A number of collaborative projects with other local organisations have also been delivered, e.g. Bruce Castle Museum, West Green Learning Centre, Friends of Markfield Park and North London Chamber of Commerce.


Proactively managed, we promote the work of our residents and often source opportunities for them.   Occasionally, we initiate projects with local organisations, bringing paid work to our resident creative practitioners.   We also provide various business support services, i.e. organisation of open studios events, business mentoring and provision of information on business and network opportunities. 


Euroart is a self-funded, not-for-profit, company limited by guarantee.   We are not recipient of any core funding.

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