Guildhouse Office, Lion Arts Precinct, North Terrance & Morphett Street, Adelaide. Photograph Guildhouse.
Guildhouse is a not for profit organisation that supports visual artists, craftspeople and designers to build and maintain sustainable careers.
We help nurture and extend art practices and business development.
We connect professional opportunities, markets and networks.
Guildhouse began its story in 1966 as the Craft Association of South Australia, and has grown to become a leading South Australian not-for-profit, dedicated to its members.
We provide professional development support to innumerable craftspeople, visual artists and designers — assisting them to build enduring and sustainable practices.
Explore the benefits of being a member and discover the variety of panel discussions, artist talks, information sessions, workshops, and career changing programs such as The Guildhouse Fellowship, The Collections Project and CATAPULT Mentorships.
Guildhouse has a long history of successfully working in collaboration with industry and government partners to deliver a range of programs that meet mutual goals and provide creative professionals with new opportunities to develop and expand their practice.Jane Jeffreys,
Guildhouse is an organisation dedicated to supporting artists, craftspeople and designers to develop sustainable careers. We help create opportunities for artists to succeed, through funded mentorships, international residencies, professional development and forging connections with industry.Emma Fey,
(Chair) Managing Director, Jane Jeffreys Consulting
Manager, Digital Publishing and Communications, National Centre for Vocational Education Research
Managing Director, Humanee
Consultant, JHK Legal
Chief Executive Officer
Artistic Programs Manager
Artist Advisory Group
Guildhouse established an Artist Advisory Group in 2017 to ensure the relevance of Guildhouse programs to artists, craftspeople and designers across South Australia. The following artists currently comprise the Artist Advisory Group:
Gabriella Bisetto, Bridget Currie, Nicholas Folland, Brad Harkin, Carly Snoswell and Catherine Truman.
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