Articles and research from around the network
Read articles from museums throughout the network to discover their stories
- Events (4)
- Exhibitions (4)
- Inside the artist's studio (8)
- Network updates (8)
- Research and projects (21)
Bringing sculpture to life: 70 years of the Musée Rodin in Meudon
Rodin’s final home was opened to visitors in 1948 and for seventy years the museum has welcomed visitors into the heart of Rodin’s creative process. For the 70th anniversary in 2018 the museum underwent a transformation.
Re-introducing the Artist's Studio Museum Network
With the launch of the new Artist's Studio Museum Network website we wanted to look back at the formation of the network in 2016. At Watts Gallery - Artists' Village the network formation coincided with the addition of their own studio museum and the discovery of this world of wonderful museums.
Museum Gust de Smet re-opens following renovation
The museum in Deurle, Belgium, offers visitors a refreshed display in newly conserved spaces.
Taking the network forward
On 25 September, Watts Gallery welcomed 25 curators and museum directors from as far afield as Iceland, Russia and Spain, for a one-day event to discuss the future of the Artist’s Studio Museum Network, set up and managed by Watts Gallery-Artists' Village.
Watts Gallery - Artists' Village seeks public support to site Watts's equestrian masterpiece in the public realm
The former artist's studio in Guildford, UK, is seeking support to provide a new public landmark for Surrey.
Celebrating one hundred artist's studio museums
The Artist's Studio Museum Network is 9 months old, and we're delighted to announce that there are now 100 museums featured on the site.
Cross-Atlantic exchange: exploring American artist's studio museums
Giles Waterfield, Senior Research Fellow at Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village, on future collaborative plans with the Historic Artists' Homes and Studios network in America
A European network of artist's studio museums
Nicholas Tromans, Curator of Watts Gallery - Artists' Village, introduces the Artist's Studio Museum Network