Samples of our Work: Studio A support material for CreateNSW 2018 Annual Program Funding. 

Birdfoxmonster (in development), 2016, a collaboration between Studio A supported 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. The final production of Birdfoxmonster will be performed at Carriageworks in September, 2017. (Video by Sam James)

Damian Showyin, Background, 2017, acrylic on board, 42x38cm

Damian Showyin, Background, 2017, acrylic on board, 42x38cm

Thom Roberts during his participatory artwork, The Positives and Negatives of Thom Roberts Workshop, 2017, Cementa Festival, kansas, NSW.  (Photograph by Chi Chi Menendez).

Thom Roberts during his participatory artwork, The Positives and Negatives of Thom Roberts Workshop, 2017, Cementa Festival, kansas, NSW.  (Photograph by Chi Chi Menendez).

A video following Studio A supported artist, Syke Saxon's creative journey throughout the development and performance of her work 'The Snowflake Sharman ' during the residency and the four-day arts festival in the NSW town of Kandos, 2017. (Video by Accessible Arts NSW).

Arunan Dharmalingam, Green Cow and Banana Tree, 2017, collage, drawing, printmaking and acrylic on paper, 55x76cm

Arunan Dharmalingam, Green Cow and Banana Tree, 2017, collage, drawing, printmaking and acrylic on paper, 55x76cm

Studio A artist, Emily Crockford's 'Sydney Opera House at Night' on a construction hoarding (mock-up). This artwork was selected by the City of Sydney as a part of their Site Works project: a collection of original contemporary artworks licensed for use on construction sites across Sydney.

Studio A artist, Emily Crockford's 'Sydney Opera House at Night' on a construction hoarding (mock-up). This artwork was selected by the City of Sydney as a part of their Site Works project: a collection of original contemporary artworks licensed for use on construction sites across Sydney.

The Studio A Props Collective performing their Phoenix Serenade with handmade costumes and 'Mother Phoenix' sculpture, at the launch of Art Month 2017. (Photograph by James Ambrose)

The Studio A Props Collective performing their Phoenix Serenade with handmade costumes and 'Mother Phoenix' sculpture, at the launch of Art Month 2017. (Photograph by James Ambrose)

Daniel Kim, Sydney Harbour Bridge at Circular Quay, 2017, oil on canvas, 120cmx100cm

Daniel Kim, Sydney Harbour Bridge at Circular Quay, 2017, oil on canvas, 120cmx100cm

Nadia Lolas with her artwork 'Ramsay St' at Artbank, in preparation for Good Neighbours, curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham and Miriam Kelly, 2017 "honouring the important relationships occurring between Australian contemporary artists and their peers who identify as living with a disability". (Photograph by Jesse Jaco for Concrete Playground)

Nadia Lolas with her artwork 'Ramsay St' at Artbank, in preparation for Good Neighbours, curated by Daniel Mudie Cunningham and Miriam Kelly, 2017 "honouring the important relationships occurring between Australian contemporary artists and their peers who identify as living with a disability". (Photograph by Jesse Jaco for Concrete Playground)

Scarves designed and hand-woven by Adam Mandarano (top two) and Damian Showyin (bottom two), 2017.