Great art should be seen.

Studio A tackles the barriers that artists living with intellectual disability face in accessing conventional education, professional development pathways and other opportunities needed to be successful and renowned visual artists.

We now offer a comprehensive Engagement Program to foster and build creativity in the community and workplace, all while offering engaged employment opportunities to artists with intellectual disability.

Exhibitions

Reinvigorate your foyer or floor space with an art exhibition and engage your audience with opportunities for artist talks.

Image: Studio A Flying High, an exhibition of bird-inspired artworks by Studio A artists held in Sydney College for the Arts foyer.

Image: Studio A Flying High, an exhibition of bird-inspired artworks by Studio A artists held in Sydney College for the Arts foyer.

Workshops

Studio A can deliver creative workshops to help with your innovation and team building objectives. This can be done onsite or at our studio.

Image: Studio A supported artist, Damien Showyin, leading a painting workshop.

Image: Studio A supported artist, Damien Showyin, leading a painting workshop.

Image: Studio A artist Meagan Pelham leading an ‘Owl Love’ workshop at First Draft gallery as part of the Paired exhibition public program 'Co-Lab', June 2018.

Image: Studio A artist Meagan Pelham leading an ‘Owl Love’ workshop at First Draft gallery as part of the Paired exhibition public program 'Co-Lab', June 2018.

Event Decoration

The Studio A Props Collective can design and create decorative sculptures for your next event.

Image: Two employees of Liberty International Underwriters wear animal-inspired party hats created by the Props Collective for their Christmas party held at Taronga Zoo.

Image: Two employees of Liberty International Underwriters wear animal-inspired party hats created by the Props Collective for their Christmas party held at Taronga Zoo.

Volunteering

Studio A offers numerous corporate volunteering opportunities including but not limited to:

1. Social enterprise support (advisory, legal, accounting, marketing etc)

2. Events and exhibition support

3. Marketing campaign support

4. Art workshops/collaborations (where staff have specific art skills)

Image: Studio A-supported artist, Emily Crockford with Studio A Principal Artist, Emma Johnston

Image: Studio A-supported artist, Emily Crockford with Studio A Principal Artist, Emma Johnston

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