Studio Space Directory by Pittsburgh Artists, for Pittsburgh Artists

Are you looking for a shared or private space to dedicate to your arts practice? We've heard from our members that finding studio space in Pittsburgh can often be a little tricky. So, we're working on a list of studio spaces in the Pittsburgh area to help connect you with the space you need.

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  • 57th Street Studios - Located in Upper Lawrenceville at 219 57th Street (off of Butler Street), the Social Hall of St. Mary’s Church was recently converted into six contemporary studios that are available for rent. The spaces are designed to house a small startup or a private studio. 
  • Brew House - The Brew House Association has a presence in the Brew House building, promoting artistic community and featuring a creativity hub and a first-floor art gallery. It’s called The Cluster; it consists of five studio/office spaces that encourage engagement, innovation, and communal connections. 
  • Bunker Projects – This live-in studio accepts rolling applications for its four-month leases. If you’re visiting town or working on a short-term project, this might be the space for you. 
  • Firebox Art Studios – This Carnegie space offers gallery rentals. You’ll want to talk to Eva Trout for gallery rental information. 
  • Fulton Commons - Fulton Commons is a 19,000-square-foot coworking office, kitchen incubator, and artist studio space on Pittsburgh’s North Side for local businesses, independent entrepreneurs, and non-profits. A small studio starts at $325/month, and a large at $475/month. There’s even a kitchen incubator! 
  • Ice House – You can ask for a cup of sugar from your neighbors at Ice House, the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh! That is to say, their offices are here, so you'll be in good company. Space will periodically open up in this space managed by the Lawrenceville Corporation. 
  • Jane Street Studios - Jane Street Studios, located in the Southside of Pittsburgh, rents artist studio space and gallery/exhibition space. Studio rental space includes both private and non-private studios ranging from 150-500+ square feet in size. 
  • Radiant Hall - Radiant Hall currently operates three locations across Pittsburgh—serving approximately 70 artists—with plans to develop new locations throughout the city. Artists can find safe and affordable studio space at any of these locations. 
  • Spinning Plate - These 37 apartments are for artists, featuring a gallery on the bottom floor. It’s got quite the waiting list, so keep them on your speed dial. 
  • StoreExpress (AKA 412 Studios) - With locations in Etna and the South Hills, the STORExpress offers month-to-month Artist Workspace rentals with natural lighting, video surveillance, free Wi-Fi, and spaces ranging from 100 to 800 square feet. They also have band rehearsal space! 
  • UnSmoke Systems Artspace - UnSmoke Systems Artspace, a project of Braddock Redux, is housed in a repurposed Catholic school building. The auditorium has been refashioned into a gallery/events venue, with the classrooms converted into artist studio spaces for artists and writers.