Our tenant community A-Z
Agency is a not for profit collective who partners with artists, organisations and Indigenous communities around Australia to co-produce a diverse portfolio of one-off and ongoing programs, exhibitions, and events. We work using a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach that centres Indigenous perspectives.
Agency's projects encourage cultural maintenance, foster entrepreneurship and capacity building, and open doors for greater opportunities within both the urban and remote Indigenous cultural sectors.
Auspicious Arts Projects
Auspicious Arts Projects Inc. is a not for profit organisation that provides artists with a secure and accessible management framework to assist them with creative developments and producing new work. Working with Auspicious means that artists have all the benefits and financial protection of working with a larger organisation, whilst remaining independent and in creative control. With an open door policy and over 25 years of industry experience, they have worked with projects across the complete independent arts spectrum.
Bad Apples Music
Founded in 2015, Adam Briggs’ record label is proudly Aboriginal-owned,
existing to nurture, develop and provide structure and opportunity for emerging and established Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
The Barpirdhila Foundation is a newly established Aboriginal-led charity which aims to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence in the creative industries. It provides platforms that nurture, develop and support Aboriginal excellence within the creative industries through regional youth camps, performance opportunities, artist development programs and music industry/business workshops.
Baracco + Wright
Baracco+Wright Architects are a small experimental architectural practice established in 2004. They make buildings, theatre sets, gardens, books, curate and design exhibitions, and teach. Baracco + Wright do this to explore architecture and also advocate a role for architecture. Their work sits between academia, practice and multiple creative fields such as art and landscape.
Baracco + Wright are interested in exploring the whole built and natural environment and our role in it. They are actively engaged in the architectural and art community supporting and participating in lectures, exhibitions and installations. Being small, collaboration is a large part of how they work. On any given day, their space may gather together an ecologist, artist, fashion designer or anthropologist. Together with these people they research, write, and create around architectural possibilities.
A collective of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander owned businesses in the
fashion, jewellery and textiles industries, including Bananalands, Haus of
Dizzy and Gammin Threads. Blak Voltron provides a physical space for First
Peoples’ creative businesses to explore collaborative product development, share resources and equipment, and to design and deliver community education and training. Blak Voltron also seeks to create opportunities for other small Aboriginal-run businesses and artists.
Centre for Projection Art
The Centre for Projection Art develops the medium and practice of
projection art, providing support and mentoring for artists, along with
consultancy services. The Centre is behind the Gertrude Street Projection
Festival—Australia’s longest running festival of its type, with a reputation for discovering new artists and places, exploring ideas and bringing people together by night to experience playful, thoughtful and inspiring
new media work.
Experimenta Media Art
Experimenta is Australia’s leading organisation dedicated to commissioning,
exhibiting and touring contemporary art driven by technology. Since 1986
Experimenta has forged a reputation for fostering creativity that extends
the aesthetic, conceptual and experiential potential of new art forms.
Experimenta showcases dynamic and surprising contemporary artworks at
the nexus of art with digital media, design, science and technology.
For the past 20 years, Liquid Architecture has been Australia's leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. LA investigates the sounds themselves, but also the ideas communicated about, and the meaning of, sound and listening.
Our program stages encounters and creates spaces for sonic experience, and critical reflection on sonority and systems of sonic affect. To do this, we host experiences at the intersection of contemporary art and experimental music, supporting artists to produce performances and concerts, exhibitions, talks, reading groups, workshops and recordings in art spaces, music venues and other sites.
Liquid Architecture is curatorially driven and our methodology embraces research, collaborations and imaginations. We want to echo beyond local conversations, problems, debates and questions, to reverberate across media and disciplines, and so to sound out new discourses about the audible world, and beyond.
Studio artists including
APHIDS, Eva Abbinga, Larissa Linnell, Andy Butler, Leila Gerges, Bianca Chang, Nadia Hernandez, Jacqueline Felstead, Fu-On Chung, Jesse Bowling, Daniella Ruffino, Louise Marson, Polly Stanton, Byron Dean, Susan Reddrop,