The first studio building of its kind in Dundee, Wasps redeveloped this historic jute mill in 2012 to create fifty-eight artist studios across three floors, housing up to one hundred artists.
The Albion Road Studios consists of twenty-two artist studios across two floors which provide workspace for thirty-three artists. The studios form part of the Albion Road Business Centre, situated next door to Hibernian Football grounds at Easter Road.
Wasps’ East Campbell Street Studios, also home to Dovehill Studios and Gallowgate Studios. The building provides 38 studios over three floors, with common areas supporting exhibitions.
Formerly the warehouse of cigarette manufacturer John Players, Hanson Street Studios was redeveloped in 2001 to become Scotland’s first purpose-built studio and events complex. It accommodates up to 200 artists, and features a large events/gallery space.
South Block is a vibrant 50,000 sq.ft. studio complex in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City/Trongate area. Designed by award-winning architects, NORD, South Block, which boasts a ground floor exhibition space, cafe and staffed reception, provides 96 studios for Glasgow’s creative community, and includes:
Wasps’ cultural addition to The Highlands are two redeveloped Category-B Listed buildings in the centre of the northern capital. Welcome to Inverness Creative Academy – The Highlands’ first major creative hub.
Courtyard Studios is a studio complex converted by Wasps and is situated on Irvine’s regenerated harbour front. Courtyard Studios provides seventeen studios housing a small, close-knit group of artists.
This linked townhouse development provides 14 artist studio spaces, as well as a communal kitchen and toilet facilities in a contemporary facility in the heart of Kirkcudbright, Scotland’s Artist Town.
The Steeple is an award-winning arts facility in Newburgh, a picturesque town on the south bank of the River Tay in north east Fife. Wasps renovated the former Town Hall, Town House and Corn Exchange in 2008, to provide eight studios spaces and a project/events space.
Perth Creative Exchange, winner of the Regeneration Project of the Year at the 2021 Scottish Property Awards, is a £4.5m partnership project between Wasps and Perth and Kinross Council which transformed the former St John’s School building to create Perth’s inspiring home for artists, makers, creative industry professionals and the general public, the first of its kind for the region.
Selkirk is one of the oldest Royal Burghs and marks the site of one of the oldest settlements in what is now known as the Scottish Borders. St Mary’s Mill sits on the bank of the Ettrick Water, a tributary of the River Tweed.
The Booth was constructed by Scalloway Waterfront Trust in 2001. It was built on the site of a fisherman’s store which was the oldest building in the town. Now converted into a live-work space for visiting artists, The Booth is managed by Wasps in partnership with Shetland Arts Trust.
The Admiral’s House is available to all kinds of visiting artists and creatives that are looking for the time and space to realise new work in an inspiring location. We invite applications from artists of all disciplines and stages in their career. Collectives as well as individuals are accepted as residents.
Wasps returned this property to use as artists’ studios in 2015, in a town immortalised in poetry and song. This beautiful studio project provides five studios spaces and is home to Soulisquoy Printmakers Collective.