Do you want to be part of a creative community? Do you need a secure space to create? HCP offers studio spaces to artists and creatives at affordable rates.

One of the key benefits of being based at Heathcote is the support, collaboration, and cross-pollination that our creative community offers. View our current artists here.

Current vacancies:

    Administration Building

  • Studio 5 - $190.40 per month. Studio overlooking the river with high ceilings, aircon, carpet floor and good floorspace.

    Kitchen Building

  • Studio 5 - $236.70 per month. Good-sized studio with hard-wearing vinyl flooring and large windows onto balcony giving great natural light.

We strongly recommend making a time with the staff to view the spaces before submitting an application. To arrange a viewing contact HCP on 9364 5666 or

Applications close Monday, 3 August, 2020.

Administration Building studio 5

Kitchen Building studio 5

Studio hire includes:

  • ​Lease of lockable studio room in an alarmed and secure building.

  • Free wi-fi.

  • Shared wet area.

  • Shared kitchenette facility (microwave, kettle, sink, fridge)

  • Use of meeting room.

  • Ability to hire workshop facilities per hour on site at a reduced community rate

  • Being a part of a vibrant and growing artistic community at HCP.

  • Professional support through the City and HCP Gallery.


Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants must be professional practising artists.

  • Visual artists are the first priority for the program, however other artforms may be considered dependent on demand.

  • Applicants must be Australian citizens or have Australian permanent resident status.

  • Applicants must be living in Western Australia at the time of applying.

  • Residents of the City of Melville are encouraged to apply.

  • Previous recipients of a Heathcote studio space will not take priority in the application process.


Selection Criteria

  • ​Applicants must be able to address the following criteria:

  • The demonstration of artistic merit.

  • A high degree of developed artistic ability in their practice.

  • A commitment to a high standard of professional arts practice with an established exhibitions history comprising of solo and/or group exhibitions, relevant art commissions and awards.

  • Professional arts training at tertiary level (minimum 3 years) or equivalent professional experience​.

Applications must be submitted using the online form below, and include:

  • CV\Artists bio two page maximum.

  • Five to ten images (JPG) of your work that give an overview of your practice submitted with an image list with title, medium and size.

  • Answers to the below application questions, 500 words maximum per question.


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