Studio A support material for Catalyst Application, December 2016

Studio A collaboration with mud australia, 2016,  featuring artwork by Phil Sidney (left), Thom Roberts (right) and Meagan Pelham (not pictured) on Christmas baubles to be sold in mud australia stores worldwide. 

Studio A collaboration with mud australia, 2016,  featuring artwork by Phil Sidney (left), Thom Roberts (right) and Meagan Pelham (not pictured) on Christmas baubles to be sold in mud australia stores worldwide. 

Meagan Pelham in collaboration with mud australia for birdfoxmonster, 2016-2017. nb: Bird Fox Monster is a collaboration between Studio A represented artists, Meagan Pelham, Thom Roberts, and Skye Saxon with Erth Visual and Physical director, Scott Wright, sound artist, James Brown and digital artist, Elias Nohra, artist support by Gabrielle Mordy and Emma Johnston. Commissioned  by Carriageworks for the New Normal National Arts and Disability Strategy, the first stage of Bird Fox Monster was revealed during an intimate, invitation only, multi-sensory dining experience that included performance, video projection and installation, at Carriageworks on 2 September 2016. Bird Fox Monster has evolved via a number of intensive residencies at Carriageworks, Bundanon Artist Residency and Mud Australia. The 2016 showcase will inform a larger, ticketed production in 2017.

Meagan Pelham in collaboration with mud australia for birdfoxmonster, 2016-2017.

nb: Bird Fox Monster is a collaboration between Studio A represented artists, Meagan Pelham, Thom Roberts, and Skye Saxon with Erth Visual and Physical director, Scott Wright, sound artist, James Brown and digital artist, Elias Nohra, artist support by Gabrielle Mordy and Emma Johnston.

Commissioned  by Carriageworks for the New Normal National Arts and Disability Strategy, the first stage of Bird Fox Monster was revealed during an intimate, invitation only, multi-sensory dining experience that included performance, video projection and installation, at Carriageworks on 2 September 2016.

Bird Fox Monster has evolved via a number of intensive residencies at Carriageworks, Bundanon Artist Residency and Mud Australia. The 2016 showcase will inform a larger, ticketed production in 2017.

Skye Saxon in collaboration with mudaustralia for birdfoxmonster, 2016-2017

Skye Saxon in collaboration with mudaustralia for birdfoxmonster, 2016-2017

Thom Roberts in collaboration with mud australia for birdfoxmonster, 2016-2017

Thom Roberts in collaboration with mud australia for birdfoxmonster, 2016-2017

Thom Roberts Tote Bag, designed in collaboration with Boccalatte. 

Thom Roberts Tote Bag, designed in collaboration with Boccalatte

Weaving by Damian Showyin converted into cushion covers by Studio A.

Punk Queen cushions with design by Emily Crockford. These digitally-printed cushions originated from hand-crafted soft sculptures that Emily created in 2016. Studio A photographed Emily's original art works and had them digitally printed onto fabric to create this line of designed cushions.

Punk Queen cushions with design by Emily Crockford.

These digitally-printed cushions originated from hand-crafted soft sculptures that Emily created in 2016. Studio A photographed Emily's original art works and had them digitally printed onto fabric to create this line of designed cushions.

Selected jewellery hand-crafted by Mathew Calandra (left two) and Greg Sindel (right two) under a mentorship with jewellery designer, Kath Minkley. 

Studio A artist collaboration with designers, Soto Smith and Spunky Bruiser, 2016.

The pants and shirt feature digitally printed designs from original paintings by Damian Showyin and Declan O'Connor (top two) and bomber jacket and vest feature original artwork by Emily Crockford (bottom two).