Before Wynwood came into its own as an arts district and gallerists took notice of the burgeoning, Bakehouse Art Complex was already a mainstay in the community. The 33,000-square-foot compound opened its doors in February 1987 and quietly paved the way as the first nonprofit of its kind in the area. The organization’s 30-year stronghold is due in part to its role as an incubator for creativity; it provides affordable studios and exhibition space to emerging and midcareer artists, and also offers arts education to the community. It’s home to 65 studios, two galleries, a photo lab, a printmaking facility, a ceramic facility and a woodshop.
Bakehouse Art Complex