ROAD Studios is an artist led organisation that has served as a creative hub within the heart of Liverpool since 2012. The studio aims to act as a base for individual creative practice, whilst actively cultivating a supportive artistic network that nurtures the growth and development of its members.
As an established community, ROADies past and present are meticulously interwoven within the Liverpool art scene. Believing in a non-insular approach, ROAD acts as a gateway for broader collaborative projects and connections, instigating opportunities for both internal and external artists to benefit from their platform.
We think that by facilitating in the strength and sustainability of an artist’s foundations, the further down the road their journey will take them. Honestly, we are like the M6 services of art studios.
LIGHT NIGHT 2021: COBALT!
After the rollercoaster ride of 2020 ROAD Studios have decided to have some fun for Light Night 2021 and will be hosting COBALT! an exhibition exploring the many quirks and in-jokes that have come about in ROAD Studios over the years.
Through COBALT! we plan to explore how play grows within an environment where people work together but also how it can create a community but how it can look strange and confusing to those outside of that community.
This work will be screened for one evening only in Luna situated on the ground floor in Northern Lights, in the Baltic Liverpool.
Curated by Robert Flynn
Featuring artists of ROAD studios.
Cat Gif by Lauren Masterson
ROAD Biennial Program 2021
ROAD studios in association with the Independent biannual, artist’s give an honest insight into Studio life during the coronavirus pandemic and the struggles of keeping the studio active 2020 – 2021.
ROAD Biennial Programme 2021
to coincidence with Independents Biennial 2021.
ROAD Studios will be opening its vacant spaces to artists in need with its Artist Assistance Residency, inviting Hope University students Sinead Coyle and Joanne Brownsword along with professional artist Ben Simpson to utilise their space to create work and develop their practice during this difficult time when access a Space can be hard to come by.
The Contrast Mural Fest 3rd Oct-4 Oct 2020
Featuring Two Road
Artist Mike Marten and Andy Wolfenden.
50 artists from all over the place paint half a Kilometre of hoarding on Great George Street, Liverpool and currently still on display throughout 2021.
Road studio in Based in the Baltic Triangle
3 Mann St,