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Top Creative Spaces in Sydney

On the lookout for creative spaces in Sydney? Want to find that perfect space for your next art exhibition, collaboration, or rehearsal? Whether it is meeting rooms, art studios, or warehouses, you can choose from a whole host of outside the box spaces in a variety of Sydney locations. Our complete venue finder will help make your decision that little bit easier, allowing you to focus your search on your favourite locations or venue features. Take it for a spin now!

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Creative Spaces Hire Guide

Ready to find your perfect creative studio space in Sydney? There are plenty of gorgeous creative spaces all over the city, ranging from modern meeting rooms and art studios to beautifully decorated bars and restaurants. Start working on your business workshop, art class, or photo shoot by finding your dream space for hire on Tagvenue!

The most common types of creative spaces for hire in Sydney:

Meeting spaces - Whether it’s outdoor gardens, cafes with shared studio spaces, or stylish conference rooms, Sydney has a lot to offer if you’re looking to hold a meeting outside of the corporate bubble. From the centre of the CBD, to Sydney Harbour and the Northern Suburbs, these venues are ready for you to hire.

Photo and film studios - Take your shoots to the next level with one of Sydney’s many professional photo and video studios. It doesn’t matter if you’re working on a small passion project or a commercial production, you’ll find the perfect creative studio for any budgets or use case on Tagvenue.

Bars and restaurants - Central Sydney has a great deal of beautiful small venues, such as cafes, restaurants, coffee shops and bars. Photo shoots, movie scenes, workshops, meetings, and work very well in such spaces.

Blank canvas spaces - These in particular give you a lot of freedom when it comes to styling and furnishing the space exactly for your needs. Independent art galleries, dance studios, and many other creative studios are ready to open their doors to any creative project you could think of.

Boats - Many of the boats and yachts on the Parramatta River are available for all sorts of purposes. Business meetings, workshops, presentations, or art exhibitions - all of them can be made into a special experience by hosting them on boat venues.

Our recommendations for creative spaces in Sydney:

  • Studio 2 at Connection Studios Sydney - alongside Foveaux St., and with a direct connection to Central Station, Connection Studios will be a great place to host your next dance class, art workshop, or theatre rehearsal.
  • Studio at Mullens Street Studio - Mullens Street Studio offers a creative studio great for product branding shoots, magazine cover sessions, wedding photos, and more. It features a large entryway and side-lane car access so that you will be able to bring all sorts of equipment into the space with ease.

How to organise your own art exhibition

  • Pick your location. Choosing the right place can make or break your exhibition. It’s important to choose a location with the right type of audience for your art. For example, setting your exhibition near a university will expose your art to a lot of students, who may enjoy different things in art than others. Make sure to know your style and who it resonates with the most.
  • Finance the exhibition. Unless you’re already a renowned artist, you are likely to need some additional strategies to fund your creative venture. Many artists organise collaborative exhibitions in order to split the costs of the hire. You can also look for sponsors - simply asking a company or art organisation that could potentially be interested through social media or email is worth a try.
  • Decide on a theme. A consistent art style or message will make your art exhibition much more interesting and valuable to your audience. While you can just make a collection of your best artworks and call it a day, it’s good to at least take into account what emotions your art is supposed to convey.
  • Curate your artwork. Based on the theme you’ve chosen, and what you think would represent you and your art best, you have to make your final picks and decide on the layout of your creative space. Use the order in which your patrons will see the paintings to tell a story and showcase your art to the best of your abilities.
  • Create a buzz. There are many different ways you can advertise your new artistic endeavour. Start with posting the invitation for your exhibition all over your social media, especially if you have a lot of artist friends and you’re involved in multiple artistic communities. If you have your own website, creating a newsletter can be a great way to inform your fans about an opportunity to see your art in person. Do not forget to do local marketing - make a nice looking sign, print some posters and pamphlets, and make sure to distribute them around the area of your creative gallery.

Creative Spaces in Sydney FAQ

How do I hire a creative space in Sydney?

If you’re trying to find an easy and safe way to hire a creative venue in Sydney, you’re in luck! Tagvenue provides a growing list of some of the best creative spaces in the area. Take a look at some of our recommendations or just use our search bar to browse spaces that will fit your next creative project.

What is the cost of hiring creative spaces in Sydney?

Prices for creative spaces, or venues that you can use as one, start at around $20 per hour, and can reach up to $650 per hour and beyond. Some creative spaces will charge by day instead, and they will cost you from $150 to $3500 and beyond per day. (All data from Tagvenue.com)

What are the best Sydney neighbourhoods to look for creative spaces?

Sydney’s city centre is packed full of interesting galleries and creative spaces. Take a stroll around Circular Quay in the Wynyard area to seek some creative spaces with a direct view of Sydney Opera House. Then either take your search south, towards the areas around Central Station, or move along the Parramatta River bank to take a look at some of the boat venues and professional studios located there.

What equipment can I expect in a local creative space?

Before you hire yourself a creative space, you should consult with the venue manager on what the space is set up for and what type of equipment they have available. Dance studios are usually equipped with mirrored walls and a barre. Creative workshop spaces will have a big table and a set of chairs. Video production sets and photo studios will include a backdrop and studio lighting.

Guests Reviews of Creative Spaces on Tagvenue

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Marielle Ewington
Booked The Loft at The Dale
The venue was perfect for our workshop. Lots of space and Kate was amazing. Definitely would book again.

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