Our Studio

 

Our studio is a space of creative learning and sharing, where analog meets digital. It’s used by artists, partners, young people, staff, trustees, ecologists, farmers, geologists – often at the same time.We host suppers, workshops, performances, talks, discussions here. It is versatile. It is a space to imagine and re-imagine.

 

Peak’s Old School venue in Crickhowell is available to hire. It features a delightful main studio space (measuring approximately 12 m x 6 m) that is accessible, light and airy – ideal for workshops, parties and meetings. We’re just a ten minute walk from Crickhowell town centre. We also have a small office available for meetings. (measuring 3 m x 4 m).

 

Use of our large well-equipped kitchen is included, as well as free guest Wi-Fi, toilets and on-site parking for up to 6 cars. Access to extra parking is within a two-minute walk from the building.

Just off the main studio, we have a wet room with a sink for messy art activities like painting and pottery and a range of specialist art and pottery equipment, including a throwing wheel and kiln. We can also arrange for an artist to host a wide range of creative activities especially for your event.

Refreshments can be provided at a small charge. Lunch details are available on request. For more information, quotes and to check availability, please contact:

Rachel Dunlop, Participation Manager: info@peak.cymru / 01873 811579

 

We look forward to welcoming you to the studio.

Location Peak is situated in Crickhowell, an historic town in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Our studio and offices are...

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Peak is the working name of Peak - Art in the Black Mountains Ltd. Registered charity No.1011599. Company Limited by...

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  Our studio is a space of creative learning and sharing, where analog meets digital. It's used by artists, partners,...

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Justine Wheatley, Chief Executive Justine is Chief Executive of Peak. She is responsible for leading, developing and managing Peak, and she sets its strategic direction in collaboration with our Board. Justine is a Cultural Historian, with an MA Celto-Roman Studies and a BA History. An arts management professional and qualified...

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Donations Peak uses the arts to unlock the potential of children and young people, particularly those with least access to...

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Trustee Directors of Peak As a charitable company limited by guarantee, Peak is governed by a Board of unpaid Trustee...

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