You want to experience California and you’d be thrilled to go to Los Angeles. Here are below some addresses of residencies for artists in the greater Los Angeles and surroundings, good luck! BCh
Los Angeles is the US breeding ground of talent for gallerists who want to catch their next Leonardo da Vinci. BCh
Los Angeles has become an expensive city: If it’s a good step to find a studio, you need to find a place to live and a car. A car is indispensable if you want to get to know Los Angeles and sneak around the art galleries. The good healthy food is also very expensive… meaning that you have to have a strong budget when planning to come to LA.
Plan your meetings in advance: In order to maximize your stay you need to book in advance your appointments with gallerists. They don’t like last minute appointments and won’t have time for you.
So set a list of people you want to meet and prepare a strong portfolio with convincing arguments to demonstrate you are unique
WORKSHOPS I STUDIOS
BENDIX BUILDING / DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES
Address. 1206 Maple Ave; Los Angeles, California 90015
Read about Bendix here: https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/bendix-building/
SANTA MONICA ART STUDIOS
Under our soaring roofline is a vibrant community of artists and exhibition spaces that fill 22,000 square feet of this historic airplane hangar.
ON CRAIG’S LIST
KEYSTONE ART SPACE
Keystone Art Space houses a diverse group of people working in a range of fields including painting, metal work, wood work, sculpture, architecture, digital fabrication, ceramics, graphic design, jewelry, animation, and photography.
BEACON ARTS BUILDING:
The Beacon Arts Building, originally the home of the landmark Bekins Moving and Storage Company has been transformed into a workplace for creative professionals in the heart of the burgeoning Inglewood Arts District in Los Angeles County, adjacent to Culver City, California and just minutes from the I-10 Freeway.
An iconic four-story, solid reinforced concrete structure, the Beacon Arts Building sits prominently on La Brea Avenue providing studio spaces for rent in a warehouse style environment from 150 to 2,200 square feet.
Floor plan & rates: http://beaconartsbuilding.com/floor-plan
THE BREWERY ARTISTS LOFTS:
310 lofts on 16 acre campus
Also located on site are Barbara’s at the Brewery (bar/restaurant) and Stronghold Climbing Gym.
The smallest lofts are 1,200 square feet and the largest are 6,000 square feet.
The average spaces are 2,000 square feet.
TOOLE SHED STUDIOS
The smallest spaces are just 300 sq ft but we can configure rooms up to 2,000 sq ft. The ground floor is very client friendly, with exhibition quality walls and client friendly shared space