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Bunny Up, TWT Block Party, March 2018


As North Sydney's new kids on the block, we recently participated in our first ever TWT Block Party! 

The TWT Creative Precinct brings innovation and inspiration to the St Leonards area. Brand X is a non-profit arts organisation engaged to manage TWT Creative Precinct. Their focus is in the repurposing of spaces so that artists have a place to create new work.

The TWT Block Party is a free annual event of exhibitions, performance, music and workshops for all the community, taking over the back streets and lane ways of St Leonards.

Studio A took over a garage on Atchinson Lane with original art work on display, alongside Easter-inspired decorations and artists working and weaving on site.

Suburbia, Cement Fondu, March-April 2018


Sydney's newest contemporary art space, Cement Fondu, launched on Saturday 10 March, with an exhibition featuring some of Sydney’s most exciting artists, including artists from Studio A.

Studio A-supported collaborative duo, Emily Crockford and Rosie Deacon created a vividly immersive installation over a two month residency in Cement Fondu's Project Space and Studio A artists Mathew Calandra, Daniel Kim, Thom Roberts, Peter Dudding and Annette Galstaun also contributed to the installation with a collection of portraits depicting select neighbours living in the vicinity of the gallery. 

First two installation photographs by Document Photography. 

Studio A Love Launch, Studio A, February 2018

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The Studio A Love Launch was a party to celebrate our move to new premises in Crows Nest. The event also launched our 50/50 Fundraiser, which will continue until May 2018. Any donation made will be worth more than you can imagine thanks to Creative Partnerships Australia's Plus1 program that will match all donations made to our campaign – ultimately doubling your cash and impact!

If you'd like to donate to Studio A, you can do so here.

Photographs by Document Photography.


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