Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover offers free contemporary art in a public park, presenting a robust and diverse year-round programme of exhibitions, events, residencies, courses and public engagement opportunities that span art, design and architecture.
Designed by ZM Architecture and linked to the Victorian Walled Garden, the Studio Pavilion is a highly significant addition to House for an Art Lover in Glasgow’s Bellahouston park. Opened in 2014, it provides a space in which to present a regularly evolving and active public programme that sits alongside the House as a visitor attraction. With its innovative design enabling it to transform between exhibition space and artist’s studio, the Studio Pavilion hosts exhibitions, events and workshops with leading contemporary artists and designers.
We aim to present an ambitious, pioneering and challenging programme that is visible and relevant locally, while being nationally and internationally aware.
Studio Pavilion at House for an Art Lover are:
Louise Briggs, Arts & Heritage Officer
Beth Shapeero, Learning & Engagement Coordinator
Sophie Breustedt, Arts & Heritage Assistant