Creative Co-working Studio

The Creative Co-working Studio is for creative thinkers and entrepreneurs to collaborate, experiment, design and engage with the community.
The State Library has made this studio available to individuals and groups who are interested in working on creative projects in a collaborative environment, in an accessible Northbridge location. The studio’s inaugural residents in 2017 were young artists working with Propel Youth Arts WA to research creative projects and collaborate with peers across artistic disciplines, making full use of the State Library’s services and collections.

Use of the Creative Co-working Studio is free of charge. It provides a variety of individual and communal workspaces, access to wifi, print, copy and scan facilities.

Creative Co-working Studio access is limited to registered users and is located on the first floor of the State Library.

Email to register your interest in using the Creative Co-working Studio and follow Facebook and Twitter @statelibrarywa to see what’s happening in the Creative Co-working Studio.

Last updated on: 10 Jul 2017