A Creative’s Studio

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Welcome to our new home

We’ve moved to a beautiful new space at 50 Sprague St, Providence, Rhode Island.

It will be home to many of our workshops, photo shoots, mastermind groups and events but more importantly it’s a space for us to gather…together…in real life. This year we will host insightful conversations, opportunities to create, connect, learn and grow as well as the chance to come together to enjoy a shared meal as a community every now and then.
Plus a ton of other inspired endeavours!

The space will also be available for you rent for your workshops, photoshoots and event bookings as well.

It is our creative hub in a 100-year old historic industrial mill, set up as a beautiful loft-style space with modern white brick, a cast iron spiral staircase, huge windows allowing natural light into the space, high vaulted beam ceilings and 1,350 sq. ft. of open space.

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This is a place of gathering, coming together and connecting, and we look forward to sharing it with you.


How To Find Us

Located 50 Sprague St on the West side of Providence.
From Elmwood Avenue, we are the second parking lot on the left.
From Dexter Street, we are the first parking lot on the right.

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  • This lot (lot 1) is closest to the studio. If it is full, you are welcome to use the lot (lot 2) on Sprague Street for Long Live Beerworks.

  • There are two additional lots at 55 Cromwell street: one across from the Rooms & Works main entrance (lot 3) and the other at the far west end of the building (lot 4).

  • If you are in the parking lot closest to the space (lot 1), with your back to Sprague Street you will see a large walkway/courtyard to Long Live Beer Works. Our door is at the start of that courtyard. Look for the black door with four mailboxes on it where the middle mill building goes from a one floor building to a two-story. We are on the second floor.

* Please note: The studio is on the second floor and does NOT have an elevator. *
Therefore, unfortunately, the studio is currently not wheelchair accessible.