Self contained studios for media-based artists, curators, graphic / web / product/ fashion designers, animators, illustrators, architects and other creatives in a newly refurbished, well serviced building in Arcola Street, Dalston, London E8.
Dalston tube station opened in 2011, Dalston & Kingsland Silverlink train station, which links to London Underground's Central and Jubilee line via Stratford Station and Victoria and Piccadilly London Underground tube lines via Highbury and Islington station. A plethora of buses to the city and the West End are available. Tube coming soon & superb local amenities; galleries, cafes & bars, restaurants, office suppliers, copy/print bureaus, independent cinema & theatre.
Nearby Bus routes: 277, 242, 243, 236, 149, 76, 67, 56, 38, 30
Cell is committed to nurturing creative networks, and it's founders have delivered conferences focusing on this at Arts Council England seminars, Whitechapel Gallery panel discussions, AN - Artists Network conferences and London and national colleges. This venture to provide high quality, professional creative workspace at affordable prices in just such a cross-fertilisational open plan environment, where creatives from a variety of disciplines may generate ideas and employment for one another underpins Cell's mission in this respect.
Dalston is an edgy and dynamic part of East London, bordering Islington, Stoke Newington, Hoxton and Hackney Central, it has it's own fascinating multi-cultural identity, which is largely why artists and designers have identified it as a place to work and live. Cell opened the first studio provision in Dalston in 2000, closely followed by it's first project space, exhibiting the work of emerging artists, in 2001. There are now many more creative workspace providers and galleries in the area, though Cell remains at the forefront on price, quality and profile.
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