Guildhouse members represent the diversity of creative practitioners in both SA and nationally. With artists at all stages in their careers, from emerging to established, our services allow you to engage and create with our members.
IF is a commercial interest free loan service for current financial members of Guildhouse. This service is offered to support the realisation of creative outcomes that would not be possible without this loan.
Guildhouse supports the professional development of artists, and connects creatives with the broader arts ecology. We’ve built a variety of Toolkits to help you navigate maintaining a sustainable practice.
2 December 2019 – 27 February 2020
Creativity and collaboration are at the heart of innovation. Since 2018 the UniSA Business School has partnered with Guildhouse to present works by contemporary South Australian visual artists to encourage reflection and inspire new ideas.
Commissions & Referrals
With Guildhouse members working across all areas of visual art, craft and design, their work is often sought for public installation and private commission. Discuss with us your project or commission requirements today.
Guildhouse Programs support and promote creative practitioners, offering opportunities for ongoing professional development, creative challenges that exist beyond the studio environment, while also building and engaging with new audiences.
Exhibitions & Events
Guildhouse offers a variety of events throughout the year that can benefit creatives across different aspects of their career. Check out the events we’ve currently got scheduled to find out how a Guildhouse event can help you.
Maarten Daudeij, (Raising the) White Flag , 2010, 6 x 2 x 0.3 m (approx), fabric, wooden pole, various components from the Palmer Sculpture Biennial 4 2010. Photograph Mal Wass. Image courtesy the artist.
Guildhouse is a not for profit organisation that supports South Australian 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.
L-R: Mish Grigor, Selena de Carvalho, Rebecca Selleck, Miranda Johnson, Esther Anatolitis, Georgia Mokak, Shaun Edwards, Nadeena Dixon, Emma Fey, Clare Armitage in the House of Representatives, Museum of Australian Democracy. Photo by Penelope Benton (NAVA).Not long...
Alice Potter, wine time [I'm just too tired], 2018, wine soaked fabric, cotton thread embroidery, pillow stuffing. Image courtesy the artist.Parent Guilt Yo Alice Potter August 30 – November 28, 2019 Creativity and collaboration are at the heart of innovation. Since...
Kath Inglis, Epiphyte Neckpiece, 2019, cellophane printing on PVC, PVC heat formed with fishing line binding, lollypop sticks, paint, silk thread and stainless steel. Photograph Grant Hancock.The Guildhouse Collections Project Santos Museum of Economic Botany...
2020 Lunar New Year Commissionwith SKYCITYExpressions of Interest Guildhouse welcomes Expressions of Interest for consideration for the 2020 Lunar New Year Commission with SKYCITY. This rare opportunity will see one artist/artist collective design, create and install...
Jonathan Kim, Steel & Paper III, 2018, paper and rib-bar. Image courtesy the artist. Jonathan Kim Office Space Artist Talk: Wednesday 4 September, 4:30 - 5 pm12 July – 10 September, 2019 Jonathan’s practice takes the form of painting, sculpture, and installation...
Photograph GuildhouseCATAPULT Profile: Christopher Williams and Johannes Sistermanns Guildhouse’s current series of mentorships culminated in dramatic style on 6 May 2019 with a collaborative sound art performance by mentor Johannes S. Sistermanns (Germany) and mentee...
Guildhouse is supported by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia and by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
Guildhouse respectfully acknowledges the traditional country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pays respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge that they are of continuing importance to the Kaurna people living today.