studioMADE is an artist-led space located in a historic former carriageworks building in Denbigh. It provides studio space and a gallery whilst also aspiring to offer national and international residencies to artists and their families. Our vision is to inspire connectivity within a complex world through a rolling programme of contemporary themed events, exhibitions, workshops and artist residencies.

studioMADE was originally established on the first floor of the Carriageworks as a hybrid studio/gallery space in 2015 by Angela Davies and Mark Eaglen. Discoveries have been shared within a programme of events and exhibition programmes. Since its launch MADE have worked with North Wales International music festival, Music Here, Now, BBC Connected Studios with NESTA and Arts Council Wales, The Superposition at the Lowry, with commissions from Wireless in Wales Museum.

This core activity was mostly self-funded and voluntary. In the spring 2022 the opportunity arose to take on tenancy of the main gallery space at the Carriageworks. Subsequently the organisation was incorporated and launched as a gallery.

During the exhibition programme the gallery is open Thursday – Saturday 11-4pm. Open by appointment outside of programme events.

About Us

Angela Davies

Angela is an interdisciplinary artist. Her work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions such as Fosun Foundation Shanghai; S12 Galleri Norway; V2 Lab for the Unstable Media, Netherlands; Pontio Arts & Innovation, Bangor; Meno Parkas Galerija, Lithuania, Mostyn with IKT.
Selected awards include Future Wales Fellowship, Arts Council of Wales Creative Wales Award, ESRC at Bangor University, Innovate UK, A-N.


Mark Eaglen

Mark Eaglen is a multidisciplinary artist exploring blurred boundary states across space, time and perception. Investigations often engage current scientific theory alongside interactive technologies; with works supported by the Arts Council of Wales and selected for the Aesthetica Art Prize, Lumen Art Prize, ARS Electronica, the International Emerging Artist Award and the National Eisteddfod of Wales.
Recent presentations of works and practice include the Isaac Newton Institute and the IKT International Conference on Art and Advanced Technologies.


6 Love Lane
LL16 3LU

Open Hours

During Exhibitions:
Thursday - Saturday
11am - 4pm