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"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.

"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.

 

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
Aleksandar Kostic

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.