A new co-working studio space facility has opened at Birmingham City University’s STEAMhouse, providing space to creative individuals and organisations looking for a place to work.
The studio space provides access to dedicated workstations. Local creatives can gain access to the space by signing up for a paid monthly membership.
“The joy of STEAMhouse is that no-one works entirely alone," Clayton Shaw, Head of STEAMhouse, said.
"By coming together in co-working spaces, there is the freedom to share ideas and make new friends, which is the ideal environment for small creative businesses to thrive.
“We have set the pricing to be affordable for small businesses and sole traders. It is a great asset to the city’s artistic and creative industries.”