Staffordshire St is an independent, not-for-profit project space in Peckham, South East London. Championing emerging and under-represented artists, we produce exhibitions, collaborative projects and live events alongside a learning programme of talks, screenings and workshops. We also provide affordable studios for artists, makers and designers.
Staffordshire St is a Community Interest Company. We fundraise for our work through the kind support of individuals, sponsors & public funders.
Our building was originally designed as a Methodist Hall. In 2017 it was established as an art gallery, before then it was vacant for many years after a community centre closed. Staffordshire St builds on the established record of these histories, in 2022 we opened the doors again to the neighbourhood developing a welcoming interdisciplinary arts space.
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Work With US
We are a small part-time team and are often looking for freelancers to join us in various roles.
Current Job Vacancies:
We are currently recruiting a Development & Venue Manager this is a part-time freelance role min 2 days per week, please fill out this form here.
We are currently recruiting a Programme Curator this is a part-time freelance role 2 days per week, please fill out this form here.
If you are interested in working in our Front of House team please fill out this form here
If you are a workshop facilitator and are interested in being a part of our public programme, please fill out this form here.
For photographers or videography please fill this form here.
For freelance technicians please fill out this form here
We are committed to paying all our staff a minimum of London Living Wage.
If you would like to submit a proposal to work with us we accept submissions of cultural happenings that engage with our audiences both in the artistic and local community. Please fill in this form so that we can ascertain your needs and whether we are able to facilitate your event/workshop. We will endeavour to respond to you as soon as possible, but please be aware we are a small team. Collaborations are often discussed at Steering Committee meetings therefore can often mean a decision may take a little longer than you may be used to.
Deadline : Rolling.
Each year we run an annual open call. We intend to make the project space accessible, exhibiting a wide variety of projects. We will be looking for submissions that put forward strong discursive concepts and demonstrate quality as well as capability to execute the proposal. We particularly welcome proposals from people from underrepresented or non-traditional art backgrounds so we can platform ideas from a range of voices.
Our 2024 Open Call is now closed
Please see our application guidelines here