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Edoardo Crismani, Colleen Raven Strangways, Emma Roberts using the Pirrku Kuu Hub for the Centralised Immersive Storytelling Lab 2022, photo Naomi Jellicoe


Pirrku Kuu Hub

Located within the heritage offices of the SAFC, the Pirrku Kuu Hub is a free co-working space for First Nations screen practitioners situated alongside leading screen industry businesses.

Deriving its name from the Kaurna term meaning “Story Room”, the Pirrku Kuu Hub can accommodate up to three practitioners at any one time, with three working spaces, computer facilities, meeting rooms, printing facilities and Wi-Fi, plus a shared kitchen. 

Available from 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays), the Pirrku Kuu Hub provides an important opportunity and resources for First Nations screen practitioners to be embedded within the vibrant screen hub of Adelaide Studios.


How can I apply and book?

Expressions of Interest for booking workspaces in the Pirrku Kuu Hub can be submitted at any time.

Submit an Expression of Interest via the SAFC’s online grant portal:

Before you apply, please make sure you are familiar with the SAFC’s Terms of Trade.

For more information, including eligibility requirements, evaluation criteria and application instructions, download the guidelines (linked above).

Where can I find out more?

Contact SAFC First Nations Industry Development Executive Tyme Childs on 08 8394 2020 or [email protected]

Main image: First Nations screen creatives using the Pirrku Kuu Hub, photo by Naomi Jellicoe