About this listing
18th Street Arts Center's Visiting Artist Residency Program hosts artists from across the United States and around the world. This is a live/work studio for working artists who want to spend some time getting to know the Los Angeles art scene.
Our fully equipped live-work artist studio is available from one or more weeks, and is exclusively offered to working visual, literary and performing artists as well as curators and art researchers (send work samples to (EMAIL HIDDEN) This is a full functioning artist studio. Cement floors, excellent wall space, work tables.
Stays less than one week are not available.
18th Street Arts Center is the largest and oldest artist residency program in Southern California supporting cutting-edge contemporary artists across all media. As a vibrant community comprised of local artists, curators, arts organizations, and visiting artists from around the globe, 18th Street offers a dynamic, well connected environment for artists visiting Los Angeles.
The Studio includes:
•Spacious open floor plan
•Two-story ceilings, multiple skylights
•Raw, industrial aesthetic
• Modern conveniences
•Fully equipped kitchen
•Wi-Fi, Internet TV and phone
•Bicycle for getting around town
•Common laundry room with washer/dryer
•Fantastic location in Santa Monica - minutes to the beach, restaurants, clubs, shops
We will also arrange free pick-up at LAX airport if you arrive on a weekday between 9am and 5pm. Arriving late at night is strongly discouraged. Our studio campus does not have 24 hour staff on site. An orientation to our art center, the studio, the neighborhood, and the arts scene is given on the 1st or 2nd day of your arrival.
For more information about 18th Street Arts Center, please visit our website.
Overnight guests other than the one or two individuals who have booked the studio are not allowed. This is a working studio - we expect you will fully use the floors, walls and tables in the studio area to make messy art.
Please help us keep the bedroom and kitchen floors, walls and furniture - that are not part of the studio, nice for the next artist.