HOFS provides studios for 15 artists, community offices and a large exhibition and events space, part of the legacy from the London 2012 Olympics. Light and spacious studios provide locally-based artists much needed space to develop their practice, and to carry out a range of activities based in the community - an important stepping stone towards supporting and developing an arts and cultural community in Hadleigh for many years to come, as part of the regeneration plans for the town.
ACAVA runs two Foundation Studios within ENAS: Gatehouse Arts and Hadleigh Old Fire Station. To become an Affiliated Artist with either of these studios, interested parties can take out ACAVA Associate membership which has many benefits, including membership of ENAS, for a one-off fee of £25. You can read more about ACAVA Associate membership by visiting: http://www.acava.org/about/membership. Due to ACAVA’s charitable status, it is not possible to become an ACAVA Associated Studio within ENAS.
Hadleigh Old Fire Station is managed by ACAVA. To contact HOFS or ACAVA, please select the appropriate person below:
Brian Hickey, Building Manager (general building maintenance, booking the Appliance Hall), HOFS: [email protected]
Caroline Rolf, Studio Allocations Manager, ACAVA: [email protected]
Ben Eastop, Estates and Regeneration Manager, ACAVA: [email protected]