St Paul’s Creative Centre is an unique co-working and shared office space for those working in arts and creative industries, based in the heart of Adelaide.
Featuring open-plan working areas, Gig City high speed internet, creative spaces, training rooms, private meeting rooms, and a stunning function space under the lofty church rafters, St Paul’s is more than a building with a wow factor, it’s a creative community.
Whether you are a freelancer, a start-up or a small business team, St Paul’s is a flexible space designed to adapt to your business and creative needs.
St Paul’s is also home to Fab Lab Adelaide (digital fabrication workshop) and the SA Music Hall of Fame (memorabilia display). Both are open to the public, see Current Members & Events for details.
St Paul’s Creative Centre is an initiative of the State Government, through the Department for Innovation and Skills. Scroll down for details on its vision.
Join us and enjoy the opportunities to connect, create, and innovate.
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Tours By Appointment Only
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Elizabeth Reid, Community Liaison
ph 08 7230 3307 firstname.lastname@example.org
200 Pulteney Street (corner of Pulteney St & Flinders St) Adelaide SA 5000
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ABOUT ST PAUL’S
St Paul’s Creative Centre is an initiative of the State Government, through the Department for Innovation and Skills. It is managed by the Music Development Office, and home to over 60 creatives including those from private companies, non-profit organisations, artists, startups, and entrepreneurs.
Opening in late 2014, the vision for this unique collaborative space is to:
- Provide an environment for arts and creative business incubation;
- Create an environment that encourages collaboration and connectivity through physical and digital clustering of arts and broader creative industry businesses and practitioners;
- Be a centre for business skills incubation and mentoring services aligned to the needs of the arts and creative industries sectors; and
- Be a central location for links to national and international markets, including international trade advice and services.