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ABOUT

SaltSpace is a new creative co-operative based in Glasgow which aims to provide a supportive platform for new graduates and early year creatives as a stepping-stone into their artistic career. 

We have been provided with three previously vacant shop units within the Saltmarket area through Glasgow City Property’s, ‘Space for Growth’ initiative. SaltSpace sits in the historically rich High Street and Saltmarket area which was once a significant part of Glasgow that fell into dereliction as the 20th century progressed. SaltSpace aims to highlight the historical importance, aiding in its revitalisation.

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Salt Gallery – 270 High Street - A space for members to exhibit their work and/or have a Salt Gallery Residency in the adjoining beautiful studio space, resulting in solo show in the gallery. You can find our gallery & residency proposal forms here.

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Saltspace has three spaces, each with a dedicated purpose:

UnLtd presents ‘Spaces 4 Change’ with SaltSpace Cooperative

With thanks to UnLtd for Social Entrepreneurs 🤜🏻🤛🏻
Film produced by @ukfullyfocused
Documentary series made possible by The National Lottery Community Fund @tnlcommunityfund and Our Bright Future led by The Wildlife Trusts @obrightfuture .

Salt Community Space – 98 Saltmarket - A space available for hire and an opportunity for both members and non-members to host workshops, talks, events as well as engage with the local community and businesses. You can find our Community Space proposal form here.

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Salt Maker Space – 142 Saltmarket - Functions as a maker space with 5 studio spaces for an affordable price, as well as a shop front where members can sell their work at a low commission rate. You can apply or find out more about available studio space here.

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