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Sheffield S1 2BS
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Sheffield & The Cultural Industries Quarter
Sheffield is my home city and I am delighted to have my studio located in Persistence Works, the award winning home of Yorkshire Artspace in the centre of the city’s cultural industries quarter. Our near neighbours include the independent Showroom cinema, the Workstation and Electric Village, both home to many small independent businesses, Site Gallery, Butcher Works, S1 and Bloc studios, Red Tape Studios, The Leadmill, a venue for live music and several Sheffield Hallam University buildings & their Student’s Union. This vibrant area is served by a number of excellent restaurants, cafes & bars and some proper traditional pubs. The Midland Railway Station, Transport Interchange and the ring road which connects the city centre to the A57 & M1 motorway are close by. All this is overlooked by Urban Splash’s wonderful and ongoing redevelopment of Park Hill. The whole area is a real hive of activity.
From Then to Now
Sheffield has a proud industrial history of steel and cutlery making and is also famous for the invention of Sheffield plate, a silver & copper sandwich used in the silversmithing industry. Many examples of this impressive work can be seen in our numerous museums and galleries. There is a large exhibition of both historic and contemporary metalwork in the Millennium Gallery. In 2016 Sheffield celebrated the Year of Making showcasing the talents of current designers, makers and creative people at various venues throughout the city. The City of Makers website continues to list upcoming events and exhibitions and Sheffield Creative Guild is another focal point for all things creative. Other events to look out for include Docfest, Sheffield Design Week, Off the Shelf, Festival of the Mind and Tramlines music festival.