Grow Studios is an eco-system of over 30 creative practitioners, small businesses, artists, photography and music studios and events spaces within two canal side warehouses located in Main Yard in Hackney Wick, including the studios below.
MKII Grow Wick
MKII Grow Wick is a new location and events space in partnership with Grow Studios. Nestled among a creative community in the heart of Hackney Wick, the space offers a very large ground floor warehouse unit which is versatile and available for short, medium or long term hire.
More info: www.markandmarko.com
Three brothers from different mothers born and bred in Hackney, East London shared the same passion which eventually formed a movement formally known as Elite Evolution (eE).
eE's vision is to involve, develop and evolve our community within sports, fitness and health. Assisting people to better their lives through physical activity.
More info at www.elite-evolution.co.uk
We are potters!
'We are potters!' is a group of independent makers creating both functional and sculptural pieces.
Sharing skills and knowledge is important to them and they plan to spread the love of ceramics through various fun workshops!
This pod was designed by local environmental architecture practice, Studio Bark, and is part of the Grow eco-system by hosting monthly artist residencies and holding pop-up events.
Artists have included: Gareth Jones, Pete Bennett, Joel Smith and Kandice Holmes.
Find out more about the residencies at the Grow Eco Blog on these blogs.
Conscious Form was established in 2004 by Concrete Artisan Junior Phipps. This master craftsmen collaborates with private clients; architects and designers to create bespoke cast in-situ, seamless polished concrete furniture and surfaces for statements within the home, work or public space.
More info: www.consciousforms.com
Manson’s Press is an independent studio with the aim of making beautiful pieces of artwork into beautiful screen prints. We want to help artists and designers turn their work into physical pieces for sale and exhibition.
More info at www.mansonspress.com