The Studio A Professional Opportunities Fund

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You can donate to the Studio A Professional Opportunities Fund by clicking the button above.
We deeply appreciate your support.

The Professional Opportunities Fund is distributed annually between twelve select artists with disability. The fund aims to enhance opportunities for these artists to develop and sustain a professional art practice. Each placement is valued at $7,000 annually - $84,000 in total - which provides entry to Studio A's program one day per week over one year. The benefits resulting from an artist with disability accessing our program reaches far beyond an opportunity to work within a professional art studio - the program promotes growth and development in the artist's financial, social and personal life. 

If you would like to learn more about Studio A and how you can support us, please email us at enquiries@studioa.org.au.

Our supporters

 

Studio A Creative Circle

Tom Dawkins
Tim Gerrard
Sam Holt
Julia Quinn
Colin Rhodes
Lindsay and Celeste Showyin
Paul Williams

Studio A Champions

Jill and Michael Abdallah
Karen Aspden
Mark Dempsey
Sandra Ferman
Gail Hambly
Cynthia Jackson
Shane Simpson
Kim Spinks

Studio A Connoisseurs

Anita Luca Belgiornio Nettis Foundation
Maija Pelham
Georgina Springer

 

 

 

Below is a list of organisations who have shown their support to Studio A either financially, with in-kind support, or through partnership.

Studio A is supported by the NSW government through the NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Lifetime Care and Support Authority, and Arts NSW

Studio A is supported by the NSW government through the NSW Department of Family and Community Services, Lifetime Care and Support Authority, and Arts NSW

Studio A is a social enterprise initiative operating within Studio ARTES Northside Inc, an independent, not-for-profit organisation that offers creative programs with whole of life outcomes for adults with disability.

Studio A is a social enterprise initiative operating within Studio ARTES Northside Inc, an independent, not-for-profit organisation that offers creative programs with whole of life outcomes for adults with disability.