I appear on scores of radio interviews, in and out of the studio.
In this case, doing something like this, I always just get a call from the studio.
On Jan. 11, Ai was startled to learn authorities were razing his studio in Shanghai, weeks before the slated demolition date.
Dave opened up the studio by going outside with remote cameras peering into all sorts of unlikely places.
Her visits to his studio inspired her writing, providing the necessary fuel to forge ahead with a difficult book.
"It is quite impossible for you to continue in your studio here," he said.
Sam went up three steps at a time and burst into Jack's studio.
He made pellets of clay from his father's studio; and I was deeply affected by the long range and accuracy of these weapons.
Arriving in Boston on October 18, he lost no time in renting a studio.
The area of a workman's studio you might cover with a napkin, or say, a small table-cloth.
1819, "work-room of a sculptor or painter," from Italian studio "room for study," from Latin studium (see study). Motion picture sense first recorded 1911; radio broadcasting sense 1922; television sense 1938. Studio apartment first recorded 1903.
[fr stud or studhorse, ''stallion, esp one kept for breeding,'' the term found by 1903; first sense popularized by 1940s jive talk]