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Our tenants range from a variety of practices and positions, from social prescribers, artists, collectives, therapists, charities, and more.

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Our Tenants

  • Abbie Vickress

    Abbie is a graphic designer, researcher and facilitator exploring knowledge generation and distribution in public engagement and cultural spaces.

  • Anna Haydock – Wilson

    Anna Haydock-Wilson connects people through participatory activities to encourage discussion and action around shifting societal status quos.

  • Ben Hartley

    Ben Hartley is a Bristol based artist primarily working in sculpture and installation.

  • Ben Jenner

    Ben is an artist from Bristol, U.K. whose practice includes; printmaking, book arts, visual poetry and performance.

  • Black Acre Records

    Since our inception in 2007 our mission has been one of discovery. We have endeavoured to dig out the treasure buried in pirate radio playlists, forever hunting that golden, ‘Untitled’ by ‘Unknown’, streaming unheard in the deluge. Curation is our calling card.

  • Bristol Co-operative Gym

    Bristol Co-operative Gym is an inclusive, supportive gym that's run by its members.

  • Buoys Buoys Buoys

    Buoys Buoys Buoys is a Swansea-born bard working in live performance, costume, and installation.

  • Camille Straatman

    Camille is a stained glass artist and metal worker. Her work often explores the boundaries between the natural world and our dream worlds.

  • Cassie Ireland

    Cassie Ireland is a multimedia maker and performer in Bristol. 

  • Co-

    Co- is a collaborative creative development project that aims to provide time and space to both curators and artists within the early stages of their practice. The project brings together a group of creatives to share ideas, skills and knowledge. The space invites artists and curators to co-exist, co-produce and…

  • Connexus PCN

    Connexus Primary Care Network brings together five GP Practices serving 50,000 patients in the Brislington, St Annes, Knowle, Totterdown and Stockwood areas of South Bristol.

  • David Netherwood

    David is a chartered town planner (MRTPI), working in the public sector in Wales with experience in planning applications and writing policy.

  • EBC Day School

    Day School offers artists a shared studio space alongside monthly education days with guest artists, support and advice for work and careers, and other professional development opportunities, community projects and social occasions.

  • Ellie Shipman

    Eleanor Shipman is a participatory artist and illustrator living and working in Bristol.

  • Emma Brown

    Emma is an artist based in Bristol. Her practice uses printmaking and illustration, often combining multiple image making processes to create digital and hand made outputs. 

  • Emma Gregory

    Emma Gregory is an artist, now living in Bristol, although formerly of London, Leeds and Liverpool.

  • Frances Willoughby

    Frances Willoughby (b. 1996) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Bristol. Working with sculpture, photography, collage and installation, Willoughby is concerned with the metamorphosis of the human form. Part autobiography, part invented narrative, Willoughby’s work confronts personal trauma, family history, fear and desire.

  • Gill Simmons

    Gill Simmons (she/her) is a working class theatre maker and community artist.

  • Henry Kenyon

    Photographer + craft workshop facilitator.

  • Intrinsic

    Supporting organisations with all aspects of children’s play through training, space auditing, design and consultancy.

  • Jessica Akerman

    Jessica Akerman works across textiles, sculpture, drawing, painting and assemblage.

  • Jo Barker

    Jo (she her) is one half of Black Bark Films, a female led documentary production company that evokes authentic and meaningful conversation by working collaboratively with our clients.

  • Jo Walter

    I am an artist living and working in Bristol. My current work is focussed on memories from my childhood and from the more recent past. I use painting and drawing to explore this theme. My large drawing Room of our Childhood was made with contributions from my siblings who all added their own memories to mine.

  • Joe Tymkow

    Joe is a non-commercial artist; his practice is multidisciplinary in nature, and includes, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, installation, project management and curating exhibitions.

  • Jonah D Kidd

    Jonah D Kidd is a visual and audio artist based in Bristol.

  • Karolina Ptaszkowska

    Across painting and installation, Karolina Ptaszkowska tries to articulate poetic, inter-subjective dialogues. She creates diagrams of fragmented thoughts and emotions that operate fluidly between the future and the past, which she wants to bring to the now.

  • Kirsty Claxton

    Kirsty is a socially engaged artist living and working between Bristol and Wales.

  • Laura Parke

    Laura [she/hers] is a designer and educator, whose practice is concerned with providing a platform for individuals and groups who face exclusion.

  • Luke Emery

    Luke is a Creative Producer and Project Manager who makes things happen. He has worked across creative and tech sectors for the last 15 years and gets a real kick out of helping people bring their ideas to life. 

  • Mahtola Eagle-Lippiatt

    Mahtola is a freelance photographer based in Bristol, UK. His love for photography began as a young art student in a darkroom in 2005 and since then he has not stopped taking and making photographs both commercially and more personally, as an artist. 

  • Marianne Brooker

    Marianne is the Communications Manager at Platform, a collective working towards climate and social justice.

  • Matthew Lintott

    Matthew Lintott’s work is about deep time and space, explored through the past, the wild and the remote.

  • MAYK

    MAYK is one of the country’s leading live performance producing organisations. Based in Bristol but working internationally, we create dynamic meeting points for participation in world-class live performance both in and out of traditional art spaces.

  • Nick Hunt

    Nick is a writer and editor.

    He is the author of three travel books about walking in Europe – Outlandish, Where the Wild Winds Are, and Walking the Woods and the Water – as well as a work of ‘gonzo ornithology’, The Parakeeting of London, and a short story collection, Loss Soup.

    His most recent book is an alternate history novel, Red Smoking Mirror. He is also an editor and co-director of the Dark Mountain Project.

  • Samantha Shepherd Counselling

    Sam Shepherd Quality affordable counselling offered face to face in St Anne’s Bristol or via zoom. Sam is a fully qualified integrative counsellor offering counselling to individuals in the Bristol area. She has experience of working with anxiety, depression, low confidence/self esteem, relationship issues, bereavement and domestic abuse.  Through…

  • Sarah Hollingworth

    Sarah is a director at 00, who has expertise in both architectural design and research, specialising in workspace, community and co-design projects.

  • Simone Hesselberg

    Simone Hesselberg is an artist-curator whose work is centred around support structures, with a focus on alternative pedagogies, collaboration, and co-mentoring

  • Spare Dog Records

    Spare Dog Records is a Bristol based fairtrade record label which releases and promotes music from Malawi, a small country in Central Southern Africa.

  • Studio Mothership

    Studio Mothership is a graphic design practice based in Bristol (UK) founded by Lucy Sloss and Ken Borg. They design graphic identities, books, websites, posters & printed matter, way-finding systems, environmental and exhibition graphics. They do this for cultural institutions, charities, private and commercial clients.

  • The Bio-Leadership Project

    Our mission is to change the story of leadership by working with nature. We are a collaborative, education-based platform and network geared towards developing a new story of human progress. With nature at our core, we are working towards new regenerative models of organisation in society. 

  • The Flushrooms

    The Flushrooms ran by founder Antony Potts, is Anne's House Mushroom Farm.

  • Tim Ryan

    Tim Ryan is an artist living in Bristol working across sculpture, drawing and AV.

  • Ubuntu Play and Creative Therapies CIC

    Ubuntu Play and Creative Therapies CIC are a non-profit organisation who offer play therapy for children aged between 4-12 years.