IRONBBRATZ Studios are located in the third floor of 84 Miller Street in Central Glasgow – just 5 minutes walk from Glasgow Central and Queen Street Rail Stations, St Enoch and Buchanan Street Subway Stations, and Trongate 103 and King Street.

We host 40 creative practitioners and one arts organisation at the moment.  We currently have 17 new studios available for immediate occupation.

Our studios range in size from 50-230 sq feet and are inclusive of heat, electricity and internet.  Other benefits included in studio rental are:  secure main entry, tea/coffee/microwave facilities, an annual members exhibition, in-house gallery programmed by The Mutual, open-crits/show and tell nights, a visual culture reading club.

Photos and space layouts/price guides are available on this page of our blog:

If you would like to be placed on the waiting list for a space, please email Amanda Dobbratz at

Our ethos

IRONBBRATZ Studios wants to be the most sought after studio in Glasgow.  We will have the best and most open community, the best professional opportunities and the most fun.  We help emergent creative practioners grow and flourish, keep them engaged in their practice post-study and to give them a support network.  We support discussions that challenge current notions of art and design in Glasgow and aim to create new paradigms to work with.

IRONBBRATZ studios are high-quality and in a central location.  We host a series of professional opportunities that include open studio days, monthly critique sessions and an annual member show.  Studio rentals are competitively priced and reflect the quality of the space and additional opportunities/facilities provided.


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