Studios now available.
FATWOOD is a collaborative workspace for independent media, art and design. It’s a peaceful landscape – part forest, part meadow – and only minutes from downtown Carrboro, NC.
Here, we plan to bring together a dynamic and diverse community for learning about, making, and sharing inventive projects, creating opportunities for collaboration across disciplines.
Five large, private workspaces.
Ideal for artists, designers, independent media makers, as well as small shares and start-up cooperatives, the studios are 200-300 sq. ft with high ceilings, split between two recently renovated buildings. We seek members who have ideas to activate and events to make happen.
Beyond space for work, membership.
Super high speed internet
1 Gigabit /second up and down over wifi and a dedicated ethernet connection in each studio, a rarity in this rural setting.
Lots of amenities
Membership includes 24/7 access, parking, electric utilities, access to a common kitchen and two large bathrooms with showers, discounted booking at the on-site residency, as well as access to a multi-purpose workshop / exhibition / meeting space and lots of outdoor space.
& more coming!
Solar power, a community garden, a mobile recording studio, an onsite residency for six to twelve guests, and a screening room with 7.1 surround sound are in the works.
In the country, but so close to town, FATWOOD is at the end of Ivey Road, just off Old Greensboro.
FILMS for ONE to EIGHT PROJECTORS
with Roger Beebe
March 4th, 6:30 PM
Local roots, international connects.
FATWOOD springs from local roots, but is established with a strong connection to UnionDocs Center For Documentary Art. The celebrated Brooklyn-based nonprofit is dreaming up possibilities for programming in early 2022, and in the design phased for the building out of a workshop space, a small cinema and multipurpose venue, and a mobile recording booth.