Brand X Tenants | 2024-2025

Discover the 2024-2025 Brand X tenants at City of Sydney Creative Studios. This vibrant community features artists like Nardi Simpson, Heaps Decent, Music NSW, Burrundi Theatre, and more. These creatives bring diverse talents in music, visual arts, dance, and multidisciplinary design. Highlights include Nardi Simpson's upcoming novel, Heaps Decent's youth programs, and Felix Jackson's community art projects. Join us in celebrating creativity and innovation across various artistic disciplines. Read more

Performing Arts Creative Development Residency - Callout

Brand X invites artists to apply for a Performing Arts Creative Development Residency. Open to those in theatre, dance, and more, this opportunity supports 5-6 projects with 1-2 weeks of studio time, stipends up to $1,700/week, and access to equipment. No outcome pressure, focus on experimentation. Applications close on June 11, 2024. Read more

FLYING NUN PERFORMING ARTS RESIDENCY SEASON 9 - Callout

Brand X invites artists to apply for The Flying Nun program by May 30, 2024. Offering a week's residency, 2-night performance, and support including a $2,600 fee and production stipend, aiming to innovate and expand artistic practice. Read more

Application Guidelines - The Flying Nun Season 9 (2024 - 25)

This includes: Application Guidelines (Word & PDF) and Basic English version (PDF). Read more

booking calendar upgrade

You may soon notice some changes to our booking calendar. For this upgrade to happen, our system will be experiencing planned maintenance until Sunday 4th February. During this time our calendar will not be accessible. Please contact [email protected] for any urgent needs or inquiries during this period of planned maintenance. Read more

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THE BRAND X-FILES INVESTIGATES: KATHLEEN CONNELL

In the spirit of music month, the Brand X-Files decided to sit down with singing teacher Kathleen Connell, a regular hirer who runs her practice from our level 5.2 studio at the City of Sydney Creative Studios. Read more