Production Hub

Since 2015 Brink has been working with South Australia’s leading independent artists to assist them in developing and presenting their own work on stage.

The Production Hub was borne out of the needs of independent artists to activate their ideas, projects and career pathways. This need became louder and more urgent with the impact of COVID-19 in early 2020, when Brink opened the doors wider and partnered with more artists than ever before to provide vital activation opportunities that assisted in keeping the South Australian arts ecology alive during, and post, the pandemic.

The Production Hub was responsive to the specific requirements of each artist and used Brink’s resources – skills, knowledge, networks and infrastructure to assist them to make their best work.

Creative support was fluid through mentorship and artistic counsel via occasional catchups as a sounding board; with independent artists free to decide what support they needed for their project, pending availability of Brink’s resources. Administrative support was more structured and guided artists through things like grant applications and assisted with their payroll.

Brink’s Production Hub adds value to the SA arts ecology and increases the value of our contribution to the local arts sector. With a new team and new Director at the helm, we are currently assessing our resources and looking to re-invigorate the Production Hub in a new way. We need to find out what our artists value most in our offerings and what support they might like to engage with in future, so we can determine the best way to allocate our resources.

Stay tuned for what that looks like in 2024/2025!

We acknowledge that the land on which we live, and work is the  traditional land of the Kaurna people and pay our respects to their  Elders - past, present and future. Brink supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart and enshrining a Voice to Parliament in the Constitution. 

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