Information about Swaggerless Studios


Find art studios and creative spaces near you. 

Search, book, share. It's just that easy. 

Swaggerless Studios makes it easy to find, rent, and share art studios and creative spaces near you. We provide a platform for artists and studios to connect, collab, and create––whether you’re looking to rent a private studio or shared studio, want to join an artist residency or artist community, or searching for the perfect studio mate or live/work studio space. Your next artist's studio awaits. Find a studio and start creating now.

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It’s like airbnb, but for artists. Artists seeking a space to work, make, and create can find, book and share studios from local artists all in one place. From New York City to San Francisco, ateliers, workshops, and more, rent studio space from local artists, anytime, anywhere. 

  • Discover studios: View pictures of art studios that could inspire you to create your next masterpiece.

  • Search by creative discipline: Painting, printmaking, photography, and more. Whatever your artistic discipline or medium, you can find it here. 

  • Find studios near me: Quickly search for art and creative studios by location.

  • Filter studios by price: Choose your price range to find the artist space rental that’s right for you.  

Your artist's studio awaits. Find it here. 

Share your studio and earn extra cash. Have a studio space you can rent? Local artists with studios can sign up to become studio Hosts and help empower creative communities while earning extra cash in the process. 

Learn how to become a studio host.

A message from the founder:


I’m Jess, creator of Swaggerless Studios. I want to personally thank you for being a part of our vision of giving more artists affordable access to the tools and space to create. 

In 2012 I moved across the country to a city full of creatives, artists, and visionary spirits. It was great being amongst a vibrant group of people, but there was one thing I missed––the amazing studios and facilities I left behind in art school. I found myself working on projects wherever I could make space––on the bedroom floor, tape filled walls, anything sturdy enough to be a table, more floors. It worked––up to a point. I knew I couldn’t be the only one in this predicament of turning everything into a studio, because I couldn’t afford a studio.

Turns out, I wasn’t. I started visiting creatives of all backgrounds––from emerging artisans turning bedrooms into photo booths, to established artists with studios in downtown hotspots. What I realized was, you can’t stop an artist from making art––I just want to make the process a little easier for us all.


There's strength in numbers. Invite your friends and future studio buddies.