May 5, 2016
Studio A caters specifically to adults with disabilities who have a vocational interest in the arts. That is, people with an established arts practice, and a developed portfolio of work, who possess the drive and passion to pursue art professionally. The program offers participants access to high quality, sustained artistic tuition, and supports participants to establish the range of skills and networks necessary for a professional arts practice.
The curriculum vitae of Studio A members already includes both national and international exhibitions and Studio A artists have undertaken residencies and collaborations with leading artists, art colleges, arts organisations and galleries.
The Studio A enterprise aims to build profitable partnerships within the commercial art and design world, and to support the collection of work by artists with disability by major art galleries and corporations.
Website link: http://www.studioa.org.au/Back to Alumni