Creative Community

A vibrant community of creative practitioners.

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he Studio is a collaborative community of local creatives, offering coworking spaces, networking events and business development programs that are aimed at developing our local creative industries.

We believe that diversity sparks creativity, and we’re inviting members of Bendigo’s local creative industries to join us.

The Studio is conveniently located in the heart of the CBD, within metres of Rosalind Park, Bendigo’s art precinct and Bendigo train station.

Resident Creatives

Collaborate and connect with fellow creative practitioners.

Collaboration and connection are valuable aspects of coworking spaces. Above and beyond the provision of first-class amenities, The Studio is a vibrant collaborative space where you can work with and beside your fellow creatives.

We’d like to introduce you to some of the resident creatives we have working here at The Studio.

Hebron Films

Hebron Films is a full-service film studio with a boutique vibe. They take on projects that fuel their creativity and always make sure that they are a great fit for each client's needs. Hebron Films is excited to become The Studio's first full time resident team.

More to Come

We are currently in discussions with more creative industries practitioners and teams and will be announcing more residents soon. Want to join them? Check out our membership options and submit your application.

The Team

Committed to your success.

Meet our passionate team at The Studio. We’re committed to helping you grow your business.

David Hughes

Studio Manager

David is our Studio Manager. Working with ACMI, he leads the team that created and launched Bendigo's first ever creative industries coworking space.

Linden Read

Administration Support

Linden provides administration support at The Studio. Call or email her for enquiries, bookings or further information.

Aymii Hansen

Local Advisory Group Member

Aymii is a Bendigo-based artist and Taungurung woman. With years of experience in the arts, she is founder of Aboriginal art company Jumbarrawa.

Bryley Savage

Local Advisory Group Member

Bryley is the creative director at Friendly Savage, with a well-established background in communications and public relations.

Caleb Maxwell

Local Advisory Group Member

Caleb is the co-founder, concept creator and production director at the Bendigo-based film studio, Hebron Films.

David Burton

Local Advisory Group Member

A member of our Local Advisory Group, David is a passionate arts education practitioner and proud supporter of the local creative industries.

Katy Morrison

Local Advisory Group Member

Katy is co-founder of virtual reality studio VRTOV and also co-founder of Frame, a non-profit that supports artists using emerging technologies.

Leah Ladson

Local Advisory Group Member

Leah is a local photographer and founder of "Girls from the Go", a networking group for women who run small businesses in Bendigo.

Louise Fisher

Local Advisory Group Member

Louise is a graphic designer, visual artist and art director at the Bendigo-based agency The Design Pond.

Patrick Thwaites

Local Advisory Group Member

Patrick works at Bendigo Artists Inc, a not-for-profit, artist-led association that aims to support artists and creatives across the region.

Steve Lane

Local Advisory Group Member

An experienced video producer, sound engineer and song workshop facilitator, Steve runs the Bendigo-based Real Tone.

Tamara Marwood

Local Advisory Group Member

With experience in community development, Tamara is the creative director at Create Business, a Bendigo-based strategic consulting agency.

Explore

What does ‘creative industries’ mean?

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ccording to Australian Government the creative industries involve “the generation of creative intellectual property with the potential to be commercialised”.

This can encompass a wide range of working creatives in photography, visual arts, crafts, design, architecture, advertising and marketing, film and TV, game design, fashion, performing arts and other related fields.

If you are unsure whether your field qualifies as 'creative industries', please get in touch with our team to discuss.

Coming Soon

Tailored business development programs to stimulate creative and commercial growth.

The Studio will provide a range of business development programs and events tailored specifically to creative industries. This will include an incubator program, professional development events, networking opportunities, and more.

Our programs are currently in development with our industry partners and will be launching from July 2020.

Supporting Partners

Thanks to our supporters for all of their input and support. We couldn’t do this without you.

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Membership

Flexible memberships for your creative practice.

Casual

Flexible low-cost options for occasional coworkers.

Community

Free membership
Hotdesk $30+GST per day

Need a workspace every now and then, at a time that’s convenient? Community membership allows you to book a casual hot desk at The Studio, with access to super-fast 500mb wifi.

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Part Time

Work regularly in our inspiring and collaborative space.

Startup

$125+GST per month
Work up to 5 days

Our Startup membership allows you to work up to 5 days per month, with access to a hot desk and full use of our super-fast 500mb wifi network.

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Startup Plus

$275+GST per month
Work up to 12 days

Our Startup membership allows you to work up to 12 days per month, with access to a hot desk and full use of our super-fast 500mb wifi network.

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Full Time

A permanent desk for dedicated full time creative coworkers.

Resident Solo

$400+GST per month
24/7 access

Our Resident Solo membership offers a permanent dedicated desk with 24/7 access and cabled ethernet connection to our super-fast 500mb internet.

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Resident Team

Multiple desks with
team discount

Need a work space for your team? Our Resident Team membership offers dedicated desks with 24/7 access and cabled ethernet for your whole team.

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