PAS Granville

A large two-storey pink building

The newest Parramatta Artists Studios facility features 12 artist studios and a multipurpose programming space.

About PAS Granville

Located at 4 Bridge Street, PAS Granville features twelve one-year studios, an Artist-in-Residence Studio for regional, interstate and international visitors, and a dedicated collaboration space for First Nations artists. Housed in the former National Union of Workers, New South Wales Branch, PAS Granville was designed and refurbished by renowned Australian architect Sam Marshall of Architect Marshall.

The inaugural PAS Granville Studio Artists are Marian Abboud, Anney Bounpraseuth, Celine Cheung, Keg de Souza, Morgan Hogg, Bonnie Huang, Kirtika Kain, Audrey Newton, Monica Rani Rudhar, M. Sunflower, Abdullah M. I. Syed, and Ali Tahayori.

A large building framed against a city skyline
PAS Granville, 2024. Photo: Anna Kučera


PAS Granville is a private studio facility, and is not generally open to the public. The studios are sometimes host to public events and programs, which you can learn more about by signing up to our newsletter.

Situated on the land of the Dharug people, PAS Granville is located at 4 Bridge Street, Granville NSW, about two kilometres from the Parramatta CBD and adjacent to Granville Train Station.

The studios are close to a range of businesses – retailers, food and beverage outlets and specialty services including the diverse offerings of Parramatta Road. The Granville Centre is a short walk away and contains a library, a gallery and pool/recreational facilities. PAS Granville is also surrounded by residential areas.

PAS Granville features 12 studio spaces, each available for a one-year tenancy. There is also one studio space which is used for the PAS Artist-in-Residence Program for regional, interstate, and international visiting artists and curators; as well as a space which will be dedicated as a First Nations collaboration space.

Applications for PAS Granville are open once a year. Artists submit an application form with information about their practice via an online application system called SmartyGrants. This information will be live on our website when applications open.

Applications are assessed by a panel of City of Parramatta Council and external peers, including artists, writers, curators, and other arts workers and subject matter experts.

No, Parramatta Artists Studios does not offer any studios for casual hire.

Artists are selected via an annual callout process. All artists selected for