STUDIO WAYNE McGREGOR

Studio Wayne McGregor has opened a creative arts space for making. It is the new home for multi-award winning choreographer Wayne McGregor CBE and his company of dancers, Company Wayne McGregor, and will be a unique resource for artists and communities. Studio Wayne McGregor encompasses all of our creative output including creative collaborations across dance, film, music, visual art, technology and science; and highly specialised Learning and Engagement and Research programmes.

Based at Here East in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and designed by architectural practice We Not I, Studio Wayne McGregor comprises three dance studios, including two of the largest in London, and a series of playful spaces in which to collaborate, make and create. The first arts organisation to be based on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, it is a place for making, developing creative practice, and collaboration across arts, science, technology and research.

Directions to Here East

Alongside the creative work of choreographers, Studio Wayne McGregor hosts a number of unique visual art pieces, including works by Tatsuo Miyajima and Haroon Mirza on loan from Lisson Gallery, original artworks by We Not I, and a bespoke floor based on a work by Bauhaus artist Anni Albers with kind permission from The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation.

The creation of Studio Wayne McGregor has been funded by major contributions from Quercus Trust and Arts Council England. 

It has also been made possible by the generous support of a number of individuals and organisations including: our ‘Vitruvian Group’ of key individual supporters; Trusts and Foundations including Garfield Weston Foundation, The Wolfson Foundation, The Sackler Trust, The Marina Kleinwort Trust, The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, The Wayne McGregor Foundation, Arts Impact Fund, Cockayne - Grants for the Arts, The London Community Foundation, CHK Charities, Cocheme Charitable Trust, Music Sales Charitable Trust and The Mackintosh Foundation; and support from organisations including law firm Cripps, Technogym The Wellness Company, Harlequin Floors, Castle Davis, Cushman and Wakefield, We Not I, Vitsoe, Warner Music UK, Sadler’s Wells, and Sotheby’s; and a number of generous individual donors.

Images: Photographs of Open Space Tower and Meeting Room by Richard Davies; Studio 1, 2, 3, First Floor, Terrace, Tower Stairs, View from Here East photo by Gilbert McCarragher.