One Roof, where artists rent space

Tubes of paint and colour

One Roof is a shared studio where artists, and other creatives, share space to perform their passion. It's a single large, large room, where everyone has their own little space to work on their art or craft, in an environment that allows them to draw on one another's creativity and passion.

Tessa and her husband Alex opened the One Roof studio early in 2009 because of Tessa's love for working with ceramics and the difficulty that they experienced in finding a small and affordable spot where she could exercise her love for the art. Today they provide a creative space for an assortment of artists and crafters who paint, make leather goods, craft ceramics, and do glass-blowing. The studio has an open day on the first Saturday of each month, so if you visit the Neighbourgoods Market at The Old Biscuit Mill, track down the studio - they're tucked away on the top floor of the main building.

4 thoughts on “One Roof, where artists rent space

  1. Sue Britz

    Hi there,
    I am looking for a space to do my sculptural ceramics. Please let me know if you have a space and how much it costs. Many thanks. Sue Britz ( I am a FINE ARTS GRADUATE (sculpture and ceramics) and i have rekindled my passion from 30 years ago and now need space !)

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