Space to Create. Room to Grow. Opportunities to Connect.

The Mill is a multi-arts not for profit organisation based in Adelaide's CBD. The Angas Street Studios are home to more than 30 local artists and creative practitioners.

The Mill is a supportive environment for artists to establish and grow a sustainable career; offering business support, opportunities for informed critique and professional development from international and local mentors.

The Mill is well respected and valued within the local, national and international arts ecosystem. Since inception in 2013, it has been an incubator for artist development and interdisciplinary innovation.

We celebrate and foster interdisciplinary practice; encouraging collaboration between artists from diverse backgrounds.

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Our Mission

The Mill facilitates the development of new work and networking opportunities, promoting career development for Associate Artists (residents) and Associated Artists (participants)

The Mill promotes sustainable career pathways by supporting artists at varying points of their career - from emerging to established.

The Mill aims to broaden the South Australian lens for artists to look nationally and internationally through partnerships and exchange / presenting opportunities in our programming.

The Mill engages in a critical dialogue with the national and international artistic community.

Our Team

The Mill is led by a small but capable group of dedicated doers, committed to providing opportunities in their home state. Since its inception, the team has steadily grown and shifted in parallel to The Mill's aspirations and programs.

They are supported by a wonderful volunteer board of arts workers, professionals and enthusiasts. 

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Click here to learn more about The Mill's current staff and board members.

Our History 

Established 2013, The Mill was initially imagined as a junction between visual art, movement, dance and theatre. 

The Mill was the brain(and heart)child of Amber Cronin and Erin Fowler, who co-founded the organisation as a connection between their areas of practice - dance and visual art.

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