Call for ideas at new warehouse space

New studio opportunity in Middlesbrough

The Auxiliary Project Space is happy to announce plans for a new gallery and studios on Station Street, Middlesbrough.

Housed in a large warehouse with roller door access and high ceilings, The Auxiliary are inviting regional artists, groups and organizations to come and view the space and open the conversation on what types of space artists in the Tees Valley need.

This is an opportunity for local artists to direct how The Auxiliary studios will be planned. Studios will be ready to occupy early 2019.

Other areas of the warehouse will also be open, and thoughts on how these spaces could be best utilized by the local arts community are most welcome. For more details, please contact Liam or Anna on

Place: 29 Station Street, Middlesbrough TS1 1SR (the large green warehouse, opposite Station Street car park)
Date: 13th December
Time: 12-2pm
Light refreshments will be available.

About The Auxiliary

The Auxiliary Project Space is an artist-led, contemporary grassroots organization. Founded in 2016, it is for the production, practice and exhibiting of contemporary and experimental art, in particular sonic art. Through investigating the rich local industrial heritage through artistic inquiry, The Auxiliary reimagine the Tees Valley as a site for invigorated, creative industries.
Enabling local, national and international artists in devising independent art platforms and structures for the dissemination of contemporary art practices throughout the Tees Valley, The Auxiliary aim to produce legacy through long term projects and community engagement, fostering cultural exchange with international organizations and artists that share a similar ethos. Recent projects include Middlesbrough Art Weekender, a contemporary arts festival, Stockton Contemporary, a ten day art trail through the town and Creative Arc, a collaborative project between the Tees Valley, Berlin and Detroit.

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