The Studio


With such busy lifestyles we often forget to make time for our personal passions, hobbies and interests. Or we don’t feel like we have the energy to try something new, learn a new skill or open our minds to a new concept. Taking some time out of our busy schedules is incredibly important for our wellbeing to help us remain grounded, and replenish our energy levels so we can be the best version of ourselves and for those we love around us.

At MADEbyTamalia we like variety so our seasonal calendar offers a range of art, craft and wellbeing workshops, courses and talks, that change throughout the year, catering to all abilities. As well as our regular workshops and courses we also cater for special events such as birthday parties, hen parties, baby showers and more. Plus our corporate workshops offer something a little bit different to do as part of a team building session or even as regular offering to integrate into your company’s Workplace Wellness Programme.

There is absolutely no fuss, we provide everything you need, so you can just bring your lovely self, make, have fun, chat and leave with a fabulous unique finished piece MADEbyYOU in just a few hours.

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MADEbyTamalia Art Sanctuary


The studio is based out of a wonderfully whimsical set of art spaces in Caversham Berkshire. Located in a small industrial unit, hides a unique artist conceived and designed multi-space venue for work and play. Behind the doors reveals a playful and professional set of working spaces full of eclectic curios, beautiful art, a dash of nostalgia and creative calm, just waiting to be discovered.

The spaces have been designed to help promote wellbeing, stimulate creativity, and spark innovation, through a completely immersive experience that engages all your senses. They have to be seen and experienced to be believed so why not pop in in take a look. In the meantime have a sneak peek a just some of the photos of the spaces.

“Creativity is not just for artists. It’s for business people looking for a new way to close a sale; it’s for engineers trying to solve a problem; it’s for parents who want their children to see the world in more than one way.”

Twyla Tharp