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 (7)
- Research and projects (16)
Free admission, priceless experiences
Once in a while a museum joins our network that is lucky enough to be able to offer free admission. Read on to discover the studios behind the artists.
Architects in the Artist's Studio Museum Network
The Artist's Studio Museum contains several examples of architects bravely living in the houses they designed.
The artist’s studio as ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’
Many of the museums in our network see artists expanding far beyond the studio space.
A studio of one's own
With many artist's studio museums first formed in the nineteenth century, the vast majority of studio museums in our network are dedicated to male artists.
A new digital archive for the Funen painters
Thousands of private letters to and from the Funen Painters and their circle are now available to the public.
Uncovering William Hogarth's studio
A new project at Hogarth's House, Chiswick, seeks to uncover the archaeology of Hogarth's studio.
Nation Building and the Artist as National Hero
The role of national hero can be seen illustrated in this fresco from the North wall of the main hall of the Oslo City Hall.
Home is where the art is: creative couples in the Artist's Studio Museum Network
Studio museums offer unique insights into how artists lived as well as worked. Frequently, they took inspiration or support from those closest to them.
The Lost Turner Gallery
Selby Whittingham offers some reflections and suggestions on the lost studio-museum of JMW Turner.