Unit Twelve is a wonderful place for visitors and art enthusiasts to come view the exhibitions, meet artists and to get actively involved in the creative workshops held here.
Being situated in the beautiful county town, Stafford, Unit Twelve is positioned in a lovely country setting surrounded by fields and wildlife.
On arrival you will find a welcoming green door, once in you are straight into a beautiful, clean, fresh, exhibition space. This space is curated and rotated often. The current exhibition is 'Is it Useful?' and will be available to see until 1st September 2018. From this exhibition space through an archway is a workshop space along with 6 studio spaces occupied by contemporary craft artists.
Here you will be able to watch artists/makers at work, ask them questions and even be able to partake in workshops. This creative space is the perfect place to learn new skills and processes.
Naomi is due to move into Unit Twelve as soon as mid-July. Not only will you be able to view her works Thursday through to Saturday, she will be onsite as often as possible and be offering workshops from August through to January and hopefully more beyond that. Her first glass workshops (03/08/18) will be geared up for children and their adults. If you would like to know more please check out her glass workshops here. Prices vary depending on the session and range from £15 to £60. No previous experience is necessary.
Unit Twelve is co-owned by Jennifer Collier and Iain Perry. Jennifer is a multi-award winning artist who works with recycled papers to create works from materials that would otherwise be thrown out. Iain is an artist and screen printer creating deeply layered, colour saturated, screen prints.
Unit Twelve has something for everyones tastes. Pop in and check out whats on offer.
Opening times: 10 am till 4:00 pm Thursday to Saturday.
Sat Nav: Unit Twelve. ST18 0XX
From Stafford Crem, head straight over the cross roads towards the Haywoods, pass the houses to the left and water works on the right, take the next left at the bottom of the hill.