Commissioned artwork

Studio A is committed to creating employment opportunities for artists with intellectual disability, this includes managing and brokering professional relationships and commission opportunities for our artists. 

We welcome any enquiries about commissioning artwork by Studio A artists.  Our artists work in a wide variety of mediums and styles and after negotiating subject, medium, size and finish with our Artistic Director, we will assist you in choosing the artist who would best fit your commission.

The Honourable John Ajaka, 2016, by Daniel Kim - portrait of President John Ajaka (former Minister for Disability) commissioned by the Department of Family and Commuity Services (FACS).

The Honourable John Ajaka, 2016, by Daniel Kim - portrait of President John Ajaka (former Minister for Disability) commissioned by the Department of Family and Commuity Services (FACS).

The Sydney Harbour Bridge at Circular Quay, 2016, by Daniel Kim - the view of Sydney Harbour from the top floor of the AMP Building, commissioned by AMP Financial Services

The Sydney Harbour Bridge at Circular Quay, 2016, by Daniel Kim - the view of Sydney Harbour from the top floor of the AMP Building, commissioned by AMP Financial Services

Westpac Barangraroo, 2016, by Thom Roberts - commissioned by Westpac Banking Corporation

Westpac Barangraroo, 2016, by Thom Roberts - commissioned by Westpac Banking Corporation

The Props Collective

The Props Collective is a collaboration between six Studio A supported artists – Emily Crockford, Skye Saxon, Lisa Scott, Phil Sidney, Victoria Atkinson and Lauren Kerjan managed by Studio A's Principal Artist, Emma Johnston – who create ephemeral installations, decorative sculptures and performances for a variety of exhibition contexts. The Props Collective can be commissioned to create decorative sculptures and design concepts for various corporate and private parties and events. 

Previous commissions have included installations and performances for Art Month Sydney's Redfern Precinct Art Bar (2017) and well as installations for Chippendale Creative Precinct Chinese New Year celebration (2016), and Beams Festivals (2013, 2014 & 2015). The collective also work with corporates, creating decorations to suite various themes for corporate functions at venues such as Quay Restaurant, Bar 100, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. 

 

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