Our Resident Community
Office 1 [college]
(((ex ponto))) [website] [email]
(((ex ponto))) is a creative studio exploring the insoluble intimacy between music, light and the moving image. Directed by multi-disciplinary artist Ivan Masic, we produce work in a diverse range of creative fields, including commercial video content, experimental installation, music videos, live projection and photography.
Studio 2 [college]
Art Education Victoria [website]
AEV aims to inspire, connect, develop and empower members and the broader art and education communities. Their vision is for a dynamic, vibrant, interconnected and high quality learning community that supports and enhances creativity and participation in the visual arts.
Studio 4 [college]
Student and graduate-driven research and experimental design practice.
Studio 5 [college]
Alec Scott [email]
Alec Scott is a writer, researcher and campaigner focusing on environmental and social issues in Southeast Asia. His most recent work is focused on eastern Burma and the Salween River.
Studio 5 [college]
These Are The Projects We Do Together [website] [email]
Committed to developing experimental ideas in the fields of art, architecture and education through the design, programming and ongoing operation. We are architects, designers and makers; we are caretakers and maintenance workers; we are curators, programmers and educators.
Room 3 [house]
Free Theatre [website] [email]
Free Theatre is the collaboration of theatre workers, Pongjit Saphakhun and Richard Barber. The focus of their work is to bring critical discussion into the public sphere through the dialogue theatre method. Current projects include South Sudan Voice, addressing issues of justice, representation, and inter-generational challenges, Clearance by Cappuccino, exploring affordable and public housing issues, and the Free Theatre ensemble.
Room 5 [house]
Blakademy is a dedicated critical indigenous learning space. Blakademy has hot desks for study or group workshops, reading and writing, as well as a large collection of global and local indigenous and non-European diasporic texts (catalogues, monographs, anthologies, magazines).
Siteworks at Saxon Street is proudly supported by Merri-Bek City Council.
We respectfully acknowledge the five language groups of the Kulin Nation as sovereign custodians of the lands on which we work and live. We extend our respects to ancestors and elders past, present and emerging, and to all First Nations people. In the context of the work we do, we express gratitude for our shared connection through place, to the oldest continuing cultures on earth.
Siteworks is a carbon neutral project.
[address] 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick VIC, 3056
[phone] 0427 901 170
8am - 10pm Everyday