SET Woolwich is home to 250+ artists studios, a free studio prize for 15 selected artists, collectives or projects, and free space for selected charities and community groups. SET Woolwich will also be home to a broad programme including a dedicated moving image exhibition series entitled Office Hours. To read more about how studios work at SET see our studios page here.
Studios are priced at £0.9 per sq ft per calendar month all-inclusive (utilities, rates & wifi), some of the most affordable London has to offer. They range from 400 sq ft spaces for £360 per month to whole floors totalling 5,000 sq ft. We also have smaller units avaible at £150 for around 160 sq ft and below.
The space can host a wide variety of practices. Space isn't suitable for music rehearsals.
We will also house a project space designated to our Members Programme for exhibitions by studio holders alongside bookable space for private projects such as filming or photographing work.
If you have any questions or would like to reach out regarding SET Woolwich email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SET Woolwich Studio Viewings - 9th of June, 2pm - 8pm
We are opening new floors and unseen spaces on the 9th of June.
To book a studio viewing for any of the studios at SET Woolwich please use the booking system here.
If you absolutely can’t make the viewing evening, please email Jemima@setspace.uk to book a different date or time.
SET Woolwich will house an expansive arts and educational programme including both SET Projects and a dedicated Members Programme project space.
SET Woolwich will also be home to an ongoing moving image exhibition series, entitled Office Hours, in the unique ground floor entrance hall.
The opeing of our programme at SET Woolwich will take place on the 4th of September, deatils will be annouced shortly.
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SET is supported through the Mayor of London’s Culture at Risk Business Support Fund and the Creative Land Trust. SET Woolwich is supported by Studiomakers (an Outset Contemporary Art Fund initiative) and Lowe.