Studio A support material for Australia Council funding application
Thom Roberts, ‘Thom Roberts Counts Trains’, The National: New Australian Art 2019, Carriageworks.
Emily Crockford working on her 39 metre mural commissioned for the Westpac Concord Office, October 2018.
Thom Roberts with the One Another X Studio A range, July 2018, part of the Studio A Design Partnerships Program, partnering Studio A artists with designers and manufacturers.
Skye Saxon performing at First Draft gallery as part of the Paired exhibition public program 'Co-Lab', June 2018. Photo by Document.
A child enjoying Emily Crockford and Rosie Deacon’s installation, Tree Bear Punk Queens of the Desert, June 2018, mixed media painting installation for Paired at Firstdraft, curated by Harriet Body
birdfoxmonster, 2017, a multi-sensorial performance and dining experience created through a new collaboration between Studio A and Erth Visual and Physical Inc., presented by Carriageworks.
Annette Galstaun’s textile design Lioness for Studio A’s collaboration with ethical fashion label The Social Outfit, August 2018.
Daniel Kim, Sydney Harbour with Opera House, 2017, acrylic painting on canvas, 183 x 92 cm
Guy Fredericks, Bunny, 2018, papier maché sculpture, with various Studio A sculptures
Studio A is supported by the NSW Government through the NSW Department of Family and Community Service and ArtsNSW Studio A is a social enterprise initiative of Studio ARTES Northside, an organisation that provides creative programs with whole-life outcomes for adults with disability.