studioSTRIKE is a small and friendly creative space for emerging and established artists. It lives on the top floor of the Bread and Roses, a former coach house now owned by the Workers Beer Company. The building takes its name from a line in a James Oppenheim poem, later sung by female textile workers on strike in Massachusetts 1912.
studioSTRIKE took over the disused top floor of the building in July 2010. It’s now a professional community of 15 artists from a variety of disciplines. Together they host and run events, live music, talks and screenings.