Euroart was founded in January 2002 by professional artist Lorraine Clarke and space projects quality consultant Nigel Young.
Only 5 minutes walk from either Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale tube stations, our complex of 70 studios boasts an eclectic mix of talented creative practitioners: painters, sculptors including SFX, mixed-media & installation artists, ceramicists, fashion designers, jeweller, filmmakers, photographers, graphic artists, puppeteer, architect, composer and more.
This ‘cluster’ of creative practitioners fosters networking and “internal collaboration”. It also provides an invaluable resource for information and advice.
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.
Units 4, 5 & 6 - Gaunson House