As an artist-led gallery, project space and studio, Stew is housed in an old handbag factory in the centre of Norwich, England.
The name is derived from the shared ideal of food playing a central role in the space and is akin to the diverse practices within the building.
The earliest board meetings were based around cooking, eating, discussion and decision-making.
This holds true within the space with the installation of a kitchen and communal eating area.
It provides space to hold discussion around the dinner table on what is happening in the space and beyond.
Stew is a non-profit, volunteer-run organisation.
It aims to be as inclusive as possible.
This is embodied in the low studio and project space rents. All surplus monies are re-invested into materials, projects, improvement of the space and of course, food.
The gallery is over 2000 square feet.
The project space is provided for temporary purposes, such as workshops or
It holds over 650 square feet of floor space.
Stew also accommodates a screen-printing workshop and a modest library.
The gallery is available for year-round hire (subject to availability).
It is one of the largest exhibitions spaces in Norwich.
Floor Space: 2026 sq ft
Wall Space: 1375 sq ft
With an open floor space of approx 650 sq ft, STEW has workbenches, shelving and limited access to power tools and other materials STEW can offer on an ad-hoc basis.
It is available to anyone requiring a large space to produce work or a specific project and also for practitioners wanting to run arts related workshops that are open to the public.
Current and forthcoming events
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