Wilson Avenue Loft Artists ( WALA ) was founded in 2007. Located on the border of Norwalk and Rowayton, WALA provides 15 studio spaces for artists working in a variety of media, including painting, collage, printmaking, sculpture and photography.

WALA’s goal is to provide a supportive environment for making artwork and connections to the arts community. Our annual Open Studio Weekend nurtures relationships between individual artists and the community through sharing our work and the resulting discussions.

“We are very proud to be part of a thriving Norwalk arts scene”, says Lori Glavin (co-founder). “Our members are accomplished professional artists who in addition to making art, also contribute to the community as educators, arts advocates and volunteers.”  

S T U D I O    R E N T A L S

All studios are located on the 2nd floor at 225 Wilson Avenue, South Norwalk, CT. and have exposed brick, large double window, wood floors, gallery space, shared sink, freight elevator, 24 hour access and parking. Currently, no studios are available.

If you are interested in renting a studio space at WALA, please contact Elisa Keogh at elisakeogh@gmail.com. Write "rental application" in the subject line of your email. Please include the following in the body of your email:






1. Please tell us about your studio work habits. How often you plan to use your space and for what purpose (to make work, teach, etc.)

2. What materials do you work with?

3. Do you plan to move in special equipment?

4. We rely on artist members to organize and promote our yearly open studio event. How do you see yourself contributing to our group?

5. What is your technological strength?

Thank you for your application. Upon receipt, we will send more information on studio availability and WALA membership requirements.