The Tribal Warrior Association was established to help vitalise Aboriginal culture and empower disadvantaged indigenous and non-indigenous people. They produce specialised programs which teach skills for individuals to become self-sufficient and lead to employment opportunities. They generously share their office space at 107 with the organisation Driving Change.
Intimate Spectacle is an independent performing arts producing company based in Sydney, Australia. We work across genres, from contemporary theatre & dance theatre to live art, interactive performance, and events in between “the arts” and popular culture. We’re interested in work that’s engaging, surprising, perhaps playful, but with substance, and full of heart.
The Bower works to reduce ‘waste’ going to landfill, assist low income earners and educate and inspire Sydneysiders to live, work and play the sustainable way. It does this through a variety of ways, holding workshops, repair services and a collection and rehoming service.
They run the workshop space at the rear of the building. It is available to book at very affordable half day and full day rates.
Toybox Labs specializes in creating software for research purposes. We hope to make the world a better place by enabling research that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. Our software has helped researchers learn more about child language development, trained student audiologists, and allowed people with cochlear implants to better understand spoken language.
Audiocraft is the leading organisation for radiomakers and podcasters in Australia. They host an annual podcast festival and run a content agency specialising in high quality audio productions. Audiocraft also present listening events, run a mentoring program and co-curate the Australian Audio Guide.
Heaps Gay started life as a regular series of parties for LGBTIQ+ kids and their friends, and has since become one of Sydney’s best regular events for anyone who wants to have some fun and support charities. In November 2015, we launched HeapsGay.com, a place for people to gather and discuss Queer issues and stories. HeapsGay.com is run by Kat and Sam and all stories are written by contributors within the queer community in Sydney. If you want to join the community, visit the website and get in contact with us.
QImprove provides support to not-for-profits, funders, philanthropists and other organisations with a social purpose. Founders Trish and Valerie are experienced not-for-profit specialists with a passion for supporting the sector.
Our mission is to provide stress-free solutions, allowing community organisations to concentrate on their core business. We offer assistance to navigate government reforms and red tape, conduct research to support decision making, evaluations that provide evidence of program effectiveness and impact and we write winning tender submissions as well as policies and procedures.
Our values of positivity, collaboration and adaptability underpin everything we do.
Founded in 2007, Heaps Decent is an arts organisation working with young people & emerging artists from diverse communities, providing a means by which they can tell their story in their own way.
Using music and digital media, Heaps Decent supports community engagement, positive futures & the development of high quality work with a unique identity.
Underbelly is singularly focused on enabling artists to create bold new work. We do this by brokering creative developments, mentorships, opportunities and partnerships to place art in new contexts. We present visual art, performance, theatre, live art, music, sound, dance, digital practice and ideas, with a focus on emerging artists and experimentation.
Archrival is a non-profit architecture organisation focused on productive rivalry in design practices. Our projects range from “traditional” architecture to custom furniture, set design, large scale interactive installations, strategic infrastructure, collaborative workshops and exhibitions. Formed in 2011 by architects Claire McCaughan & Lucy Humphrey, Archrival projects have involved hundreds of collaborators to date.
CXCO Design Consultancy
CXCO is a strategic insights and experience design consultancy. In our work, we focus on creating shared value and positively impacting the wellbeing of people through human-centred research and design.
We love to wrap our head around complex design problems, bring clarity to a problem space, and surface innovation opportunities.
We are specialists in ethnography and behavioural research, collaborative co-design workshops, and designing human-centred services, products, and user experiences.
The Rizzeria is a collective of printmakers & self-publishers. We own and run an eco-friendly Risograph stencil press that we make available for public use through workshops and open print sessions. We also offer a scope of creative services, from the art direction and production of small press books, zines and limited edition prints, to the creation of educational resources and workshop programs.
In our rapidly growing cities with diverse and changing populations, arts and culture offer innovative ways to build stronger communities and better places. Arts and cultural practices develop attachment between places and people. At City People, this belief sits as the cornerstone to our work which includes:
- Arts and cultural planning
- Creative Placemaking strategy
- Place activation, direction and strategy
- Project programming and implementation.
Our approach is collaborative, inclusive and grounded in the local.
Jamie Gray is a Sydney based film-maker, photographer and cinematographer.
Jamie is a freelancer who works from commercial to video art to documentary, constantly trying to position himself within an environment that is enlightening and awakening. He wants to constantly work with and learn from the moving image, art and storytelling.
The Story Mill
The Story Mill is a fresh new production studio specialising in well crafted videos, podcast and photography for brands, businesses and maybe even you! Working across a range of industries from; law, media, health, corporate, charities and events no day is the same in the story mill studios.
Founded by Sophie and Rowan, together they run a small talented team that bring professional and fun into the mix with everything they do.
UNSW graduate architecture studio
UNSW’s social agency graduate school of architecture studio this year is focusing on forced migration and the city.
To explore these issues, students are tasked with the question, ‘what is an architectural response that successfully integrates forcibly displaced people into the life of a city, in the short, medium and long term’? To address this, students will work in teams exploring issues and challenges, and identifying opportunities.
35 students will be partly based at Joynton Avenue Creative Centre for one day a week, between March and August.