Alfred Street Artists' Studios

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The Alfred Street Artists' Studios offer the opportunity to work in the heart of Milsons Point. The studios are close to cafes and Milsons Point Station and bus routes and a short walk Bradfield Park and Sydney Harbour foreshores.

The studios are located at 41 Alfred Street South, Milsons Point (near the Harbour Bridge Cycle Way entrance/Burton Street Tunnel) in the former Bradfield Park Community & Well-being Centre.

Up to four (4) artist studios will be offered for six months tenancy from July-December 2023.

Applications for the July – December 2023 residency are now closed.

The program at this site will not go ahead in 2024.

Speak to our Arts & Culture team

For further information, please contact Council's Arts and Culture team.

Telephone: 02 9936 8100

Current Artists in Residence

Maddison Gibbs & Jason Wing

First Nations artists known for their individual artwork and for their collaborative murals/projects as ‘MadWings’. Maddison was a finalist in 2023 Create NSW Emerging artist award and has participated major group exhibitions and realised key public art projects. Jason has been a finalist in the Parliament House Aboriginal Awards several times, major art exhibitions across Australia and is often featured ‘Between Two Worlds’ public art work in Kimber Lane, Haymarket featuring motifs from his Chinese and Aboriginal heritage.

Sylvia Griffin 

Sylvia explores the complex relationship between contemporary art and trauma, examining the universal notions of memory and collective grief from a personal perspective. Sylvia Griffin is a multi-discipline contemporary artist with a practice ranging across sculpture, installation, textiles, video and photography. Her work addresses trauma, memory and history and is influenced by the Holocaust and the affect it has had on her family and others.  Sylvia holds a PhD from Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney and has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, awards and prizes both nationally and internationally, she was the winner of the Drawing Prize winner of the 2022 North Sydney Art Prize, and has been shortlisted for several national awards.

Simone Piccione

Born and raised in Rome, Simone attended the Rome Academy of Fine Arts where he began to develop his artistic style. He has had career success across various disciplines, including fine art, acting, theatre, photography, and filmmaking. Simone and his partner moved from Italy to Sydney in 2021 and his work has been included in several key group exhibitions, commercial gallery exhibitions and art prizes (include winner of Hunters Hill Art Prize 2022) across Australia. He also continues to exhibit throughout Europe.


Kylie Rebecca Sargant (Kylee Kate) and Yannis Triandafillou, two extraordinary talents hailing from different corners of the globe, have recently come together to form the musical duo, duetto.

Kylie, an acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter, vocal arranging and performer, lived in in Italy for more than two decades and has represented Italy on international stages, with legendary performers like Andrea Bocelli and collaborated with renowned artists from around the world.  Yannis, has a commanding lyrical tenor voice has performed on prestigious opera stages and Australia’s Got Talent.

In Sydney, their collaboration as duetto yields a symphony of harmonies that transcend borders as they weave together the richness of classical music with contemporary influences, infusing cherished melodies with renewed vitality.

Studio space

Each space has:

  • Foldable table
  • Two chairs
  • Access to plenty of natural light
  • Downlights
  • Picture hanging rail on all walls
  • The floors are carpeted but can be covered with plastic sheeting if required.

Studios are not suitable for work or materials that emit fumes, require extraction fans, or produce hazardous waste

Please send us an email if you wish to discuss the suitability of your practice.

Shared spaces

  • 3 x gender-neutral toilets (one accessible)
  • Small clean up space with waste trap
  • Kitchenette facilities
  • Studios are air-conditioned 

Access and parking

Studios are all on one level. The building has an access ramp and there is one accessible toilet.

Parking on site is not permitted. Metered, on street parking is available in the surrounding area. The building is next door to Milsons Point train station and a short walk North Sydney station, Milsons Point ferry wharf and bus stops. There is a loading bay for deliveries.


Speak to our Arts & Culture team

For further information, please contact Council's Arts and Culture team.

Telephone: 02 9936 8100

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