Northern Beaches Artist Studios, located in the supportive environment of the Creative Space, offers local artists affordable studio spaces for hire within walking distance of the creative hub of Brookvale.
Spaces available include two single studios; one double studio and one outdoor studio. Perfect for artists, designers and makers to explore their practice and connect with the creative community.
Northern Beaches Artist Studios are:
- offered at a subsidised rate on an annual basis - ranging from $30-$60 per week
- non-residential, located on the ground floor and accessible between 7am & 11pm
- hired for a period between 15 January – 15 December
- offered access to discrete lockable spaces; a shared kitchen; accessible toilets; free wifi and leafy outdoor green space
Studio artists are invited each year to be part of a curated group show to exhibit and sell the work.
In 2019 Northern Beaches Artist Studios invited its past studio artists to exhibit their work in a large curated exhibition 'Replay: Celebrating Five Years of the Creative Space'. Discover more about Northern Beaches Artist Studio artists through the exhibition catalogue.
Join this collective of local artists and become part of the creative life of the Creative Space.
Applications for 2021 will be opening soon.
2020 Studio Artists
"I am a painter and street-artist. My work varies from figurative painting, drawing, printmaking and murals. I use a mix of materials, mostly acrylic, oil, charcoal and aerosol. My constant themes are animals, nature, heritage and characters of my own with bright colours and storytelling."
"My works are predominantly figurative, with a strong focus on women, pattern, and evoking a romantic, modern- vintage style. However, after an artists residency in rural Ireland in 2019, I have been branching out into landscapes. This is a totally new direction for me. It’s my intention to use my time at the Creative Space to discover a way to merge both the figurative and the local landscapes into one direction in my work."
Kevin Diallo is a Sydney based artist originally from the Ivory Coast whose practice suggests Blackness relationship to the future. Rooted in post-colonial discourse and race politics, Diallo’s work investigates how institutionalised ideas of Black and African authenticity can be deconstructed and challenged by means of juxtaposition through a variety of mediums, more particularly with alternative photographic processes, installations, sculptures and new media.