Thursday - Saturday 11am - 4pm.
Haarlem Artspace champions rurally based contemporary artists and creative practitioners. We provide unique, flexible spaces for cultivating practice. With an ambitious annual programme of exhibitions, residencies and events, Haarlem Artspace attracts broad audiences to the historic town of Wirksworth, which lays nestled in an inspiring landscape.
Set in the historic Haarlem Mill, which was constructed in 1777 by Richard Arkwright producing the ubiquitous red tape used for legal documents. It is considered to be the first coal-powered mill.
Haarlem Artspace is comprised of open planned studio spaces, we currently have over 20 creative practitioners, including, painters, printmakers, sculptors, multimedia artists, photographers, writers, designers and musicians.
There is also a gallery and project space that presents high profile contemporary art exhibitions, artist residencies, projects by studio members, talks, film screenings and live music.
Please note that unfortunately due to the nature of the building we have no disabled access.