Taking risks on unknown artists (or Burritos = Art)

Another blog from The Art House Southampton, who are wonderful and great supporters of the unknown artist like me

The Art House

Something that we are very fortunate to be able to do, as a not-for-profit venue, is take a chance on new or unusual artists.

Whether it’s hosting somebody’s very first exhibition to showcasing a scratch performance

An Art House moment - local musician Mike Vaughan starts to sing Steve Lowis' favourite song, Steve joins in.  You can't put a price on this stuff. An Art House moment – local musician Mike Vaughan starts to sing Steve Lowis‘ favourite song, Steve joins in. You can’t put a price on this stuff.

destined for the Edinburgh fringe, we are committed to making a space for art that isn’t necessarily a ‘sure thing’ in terms of money making.

We are a Community Interest company and our first aim on the list is ‘Promoting grassroots, fringe and outsider Art’.

We run an intimate, informal space where artists can experiment, take chances, and creativity can unfold at it’s own pace.

It costs us around £1 per minute to run, but what a lot can happen in one minute here!

How we…

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2 thoughts on “Taking risks on unknown artists (or Burritos = Art)

  1. emerald

    You’re not an unknown artist, at the moment I’m in my first year of college studying fine art when a recent trip to the art house for coffee whilst visiting Southampton art gallery brought me to your work, I’m now using your work for a part of my research and scoring the Internet to find out more about you :’) you’re now ‘unknown’ keep up the good work

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