About the Studios
Being an arts tenant at Burrinja is an opportunity to become part of a vibrant network of fellow artists in a creative atmosphere, at the region's cultural hub. Our aim is to create an inclusive, flexible and diverse group of studio spaces where artists can nurture and expand their practice.
Burrinja provides Artist’s Studios for arts practice and business from most disciplines. Arts tenants have 7 day a week access to their studios and a range of other facilities at Burrinja, including wet area, exhibition, display and workshop spaces, artists' common area and kitchen.
Studios become available from time to time, and prospective arts tenants may submit an expression of interest via a written application. Burrinja will evaluate studio applications from artists based on the selection criteria policy, and with regard to the mix of artists interested and spaces available.
Burrinja Studio Spaces
The fees of Burrinja arts studios have been set at affordable rates for new and developing arts enterprises, and are based upon the size of the office/studio to be occupied. Rates range from $76 to $102 per week before GST, depending on the size of the space.
The Workshop is a shared space for artists, staff, volunteers and visitors. It is suitable for a broad range of mediums due to natural light, concrete floors, and small kitchen fitted with sink and oven. It is fitted with three large, lockable cupboards for storage of art materials – one cupboard is allocated to each Casual Studio tenant. The Workshop opens onto a secure, partly covered outdoor area and community veggie garden. A base-rate amenity and utility fee of $60 per calendar month is payable.
Interspace Studio is a large and private space, with generous natural light and is carpeted with white walls. It is located in close proximity majority of Burrinja's Artist Studios offering easy access to a creative community of other artists and practitioners. It is suitable for designers, illustrators, artists, web designers, jewellery makers, fashion designers, textile artists and the like.