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 "At Studio A it is like I get to make my children. I make art about the things I love. At Studio A I feel happy and proud and nice and good. I like getting paid for my artwork." - Thom Roberts, Studio A supported artist.

"At Studio A it is like I get to make my children. I make art about the things I love. At Studio A I feel happy and proud and nice and good. I like getting paid for my artwork."
- Thom Roberts, Studio A supported artist.

The end of the financial year is a time to reflect on what matters to you - to consider how your investment can support the issues you care about.

Studio A believes adults with disability should have a voice in contemporary culture and access to meaningful employment. 

Our artists are hardworking professionals who make great art. By donating to Studio A you are supporting the careers of our artists, allowing them access to professional support and paid employment.

In 2018/19 we are developing and expanding our range of creative services to open further opportunities for our artists to connect with community and earn an income. These include:

- establishing partnerships with design professionals to create a collection of design product featuring Studio A artist's work to be sold via various retail channels.
- developing our suite of public programs including workshops, artist talks, and studio tours
- expanding our offerings to corporate clients, including leasing and licensing our artwork and providing decorative sculptures for events.

Please consider donating to Studio A before the end of this financial year and enable our artists to contribute to our diverse financial and cultural economy.

 "At Studio A my art has gone good good good. Since coming to Studio A I feel like a gold star genius. I love meeting new artists through the program. Making art makes me feel like rainbow colours, like I am an adventurer." - Emily Crockford, Studio A supported artist.

"At Studio A my art has gone good good good. Since coming to Studio A I feel like a gold star genius. I love meeting new artists through the program. Making art makes me feel like rainbow colours, like I am an adventurer."
- Emily Crockford, Studio A supported artist.

Our supporters

 

Studio A Creative Circle

Ruth Atkinson
Tom Dawkins
Sam Holt
Carrie Kibbler
Miriam Kelly
George and Penelope Palmer
Julia Quinn
Colin Rhodes
Adam Simpson
The Bearded Tit
Zoe Wilesmith
Paul Williams

Studio A Champions

Jill & Michael Abdallah
Karen Aspden
Mark Dempsey
Sandra Ferman
Gail Hambly
James Phillips
Lindsay and Celeste Showyin
Scott Wright

Studio A Connoisseurs

Anita Luca Belgiorno-Nettis Foundation
Tim Gerrard
Cynthia Jackson
Maija Pelham
Shane Simpson
Kim Spinks
Georgina Springer
Lorraine Tarabay & Nick Langley

 

 

 

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.