Monday, 18 June 2012


Come meet the designer makers of F6.Studios and other local designers, who are selling their wares at our Design Market. Purchase unique handmade crafts without the boutique mark-ups. including prints, recycled and upcycled vintage, artwork, fashion accessories, textiles and some delicious scrumptious cakes.

Free admission

Stall enquires please email or send us a message on facebook.

Also on nearby is the Vamos Tyne Carnival.

Monday, 11 June 2012

JP Kirvan - Navrikcreations

Studio 5 - JP Kirvan. JP does stuff! All kinds of stuff from drawing, installations, workshops he even built the walls for F6.Studios.   

JP believes that the most important aspect in the creative process is the process itself. When beginning to create an installation he starts without any preconceived ideas about what it should be and instead allows himself to be lead by textures and smells. Finding that as he works, connecting strands develop and bind the different objects together.

Another side of JP's work is Navrikcreations. Navrikcreations is an educational consultancy dedicated to helping people get more out of creating art. His individually tailored workshops provide educational arts and crafts activities to benefit children or adults. 

JP also has an on-site workshop within F6.Studios where he hopes to assist other people who also want to create stuff.  

To find out more about JP's work check out his website at

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Sip N Swap @ F6.Studios

F6.Studios Summer Swap. Bring along some good quality clothes, accessories or beauty products and swap them over for some new to you stuff.

Floor 6, Commercial Union House, Pilgrim Street, Newcastle

Entry £1

Tea and Coffee supplied, but feel free to bring along something stronger.

Woollen Wednesdays @ F6.Studios

Friday, 1 June 2012

Stuart Murray-Borbjerg

In studio 8 we have Stuart. Stuart is a figurative painter who utilises mixed media in his work. Through gestural brushstrokes and a bold use of colour, his work could be described as an organised chaos. There is an obvious influence from street art in Stuart's work and the use of spray paint is a powerful tool which is complemented well by his subtle use of paint, chalk and charcoal. By mixing media Stuart builds upon layers which creates depth and a complexity which is unique to his style.


If you would like to get in touch with Stuart you can email him at :