ARTHOUSE is an international platform that connects independent artists with people who have spare rooms or second homes, to give them inspiring places to work, based around notions of the sharing economy.

Space for artists to work and reflect is at a premium. By offering spaces such as this as residency space, patrons directly contribute to strengthening and supporting the development of art, culture and creativity in society.

The first cohort of artists and home-owners will be screened and selected in the second part of 2022, with the initial residency programme commencing in 2023.

We look forward to sharing more with you soon.

For further information, to register your interest, and/or to keep updated with developments, please feel free to email us directly via info@the-art.house.


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As part of our commitment to supporting the independent artistic community, we are now in the process of building a vetted network of affordable accommodation where artists can stay and feel safe whilst temporarily in London. This is an initiative between Artsadmin and The Place and which we are managing as part of our work in the ARTHOUSE collective.

We are now actively looking for affordable, accessible, LGBTQ+ welcoming, anti-racist spaces where artists can be physically, mentally, culturally, and environmentally safe. 

You may have a spare bedroom, or maybe you know someone who travels a lot or from time to time, has more bedrooms than they need, or you have an Airbnb you manage.

Get involved
If you are interested in taking part in this network by offering temporary accommodation to host visiting artists, it would be great if you can help us by filling this short survey

We anticipate it to take on average 5 minutes; the form consists of mainly Yes/No and factual answers.

Please complete the form by Friday 27 May 2022.

We will be in touch with you via email once we have received your information, and we thank you for contributing to this important work.

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