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  • Studios



    KARST offers a total studio complex size of approximately 2000 square feet, housing eight designated studios, a project space, kitchen facilities, communal areas and unique central skylight.  Studio access is 24/7 and artists actively contribute to KARST’s ethos and vision.  We aim to foster a professional, dynamic and critically engaged community of creative talent where support and dialogue is offered through visiting curators/artists and peer critique.  By creating a hub for cultural exchange KARST provides an exciting ecology for artists at all stages of their careers: from graduates, emerging and mid-career artists  to those established and working at an international level.




    We hold a yearly open studio event, and offer visitors to our building the opportunity to meet our current artists and see current works in progress. If you would like to visit the studios or arrange an appointment with any of our studio artists please email studios@karst.org.uk




    KARST accepts applications for studios on an ongoing basis. intake months are every MAY and NOVEMBER of the year. For more information on applying for a studio, please download the application form HERE


  • Graham Guy-Robinson
    'WET LOOK' 2016. wet look faux leather, safety paint, steel. Cut by hand, Custom Paradise, Somos Gallery, Berlin. Photo Steve Tanner

  • Rosie King

    'The evidence of the everyday once was here'. wind, rain, sun, concrete, 270x 413cm, 2016

  • Charlie Wildy
    Amanda (strongly denies having fleas) emulsion, spray paint & crayon on reclaimed cardboard 111 x 123 cm, 2016

  • Laura Edmunds
    'The sun, the fog, the pink, the gold - for me' Drafting film, gesso, chalk, pencil. 2015

  • Carl Slater
    'Miss America'sTrip to Technoland' (Film Stills) 2016

  • Keith Harrison
    'Mute' National Museum Wales 2015

  • Donna Howard
    'Umbrella' CCTV Video Still 2014

  • Clare Thornton
    'After Josef Beuys' Live Art Day, Worcester City Art Gallery. Photo by Daniel Bosworth 2013

  • Paul Hillon
    'The Sphere of Twelve Pentagons' 8cm pine, acrylic white paint 2015