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Creative industries

Industry clusters

  • Games Plus

    Collaborative workspace for game developers and related specialist technology start-ups.

  • Jam Factory

    The Jam Factory is recognised globally as a centre for excellence, providing emerging career artists with the skills, knowledge, experience and networks to become successful creative entrepreneurs.

  • Adelaide Studios

    A creative hub for South Australian screen businesses and screen practitioners whose reputation for the creation of quality screen content across film, television and digital platforms continues to grow nationally and internationally.

  • St Paul’s Creative Centre

    A collaborative co-workspace for the South Australian creative industries and arts sectors.

  • Lot Fourteen Innovation Precinct

    Adelaide’s creation and innovation neighbourhood spans seven hectares and is a mixed-use precinct that combines nature, culture, enterprise and people in a way only Adelaide can.

Industry organisation

  • Mighty Kingdom

    Games designer in South Australia that has seven million players across Shopkins, Lego Friends, Disney Doc McStuffins, Conan Chop Chop and Wild Life.

  • Odd Games

    Video game development studio that partners with leading mud and dirt motorsport brands.

  • Monkey Stack

    Creating content delivered across traditional and emerging digital mediums for film, television, gaming and advertising.

  • Foxie Games

    Bringing virtual worlds to life for smartphones and tablets.

  • Sony Interactive Entertainment

    Global gaming and entertainment giant, Sony Interactive Entertainment, the company responsible for the PlayStation brand, has established in Adelaide.

  • Rising Sun Pictures

    Creating inspirational visual effects for feature film, television and transmedia clients around the world.

  • Mr. X

    A visual effects company helping shape and guide what makes it to the screen in some of the World’s most exciting film and television content.

  • Jam Factory

    The Jam Factory is recognised globally as a centre for excellence, providing emerging career artists with the skills, knowledge, experience and networks to become successful creative entrepreneurs.

  • Adelaide Film Festival

    A celebration and exploration of Australian and international screen culture.

  • Kojo

    An independent sports and entertainment business that crafts new ways of thinking across sport, film, TV and brand communication.

  • Resin

    A visual effects studio with a speciality in long form series and feature film visual effects.

Industry resources

  • Music SA

    A not for profit organisation committed to promoting, supporting and developing contemporary music in South Australia.

  • Writers SA

    Helping writers realise their creative and professional dreams.

  • Arts Industry Council of South Australia

    Independent, sector-wide representative arts body.

Investment bodies and organisations

  • South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC)

    Industry leaders in the development, support and promotion of South Australia’s screen industries.

  • Games Innovation Fund

    The $300,000 SAFC Games Innovation Fund supports the progress of outstanding, original and creative games for production in South Australia.

  • PDV Rebate – Games

    10% rebate for video game development in South Australia.

  • Economic and Business Growth Fund

    $100 million has been committed by the South Australian Government to promote economic growth in the state by encouraging the growth of existing industries, developing new industries, building international connections and attracting foreign and national direct investment.

  • Venture Catalyst Fund

    An initiative of the South Australian Government and the University of South Australia encouraging student entrepreneurship and the creation of local startups by providing funding for early-stage ventures founded by UniSA students and recent graduates.

Investment insights

  • Creative industries discussion paper

    A 10-year plan to support the growth of the creative industries sector in South Australia.

Knowledge and innovation

  • Study creative industries at UniSA

    Bachelor of Creative Industries program.

  • Bachelor of Creative Arts - The University of Adelaide

    Creative artists, performers, designers, writers, animators, curators and directors keep the world of art and culture spinning.

  • Arts and Design - TAFE SA

    TAFE SA’s arts and design courses, along with creative industries, offer intensive, practical learning across a range of disciplines.

  • Study Flinders creative arts and media

    Help to prepare you to take centre stage, direct or produce an internationally acclaimed feature film, stitch and style your way to success, or write an award-winning play.

  • CDW Studios

    A design school offering a 3 year full time Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Effects and Entertainment Design) in conjunction with Flinders University.

  • Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) Adelaide

    Offering the latest in game development, game programming, 3D animation and visual effects education.

  • The Void Motion Capture and VR Lab

    The largest facility of its type in South Australia bringing together filmmakers, actors, dancers, gamers, technicians and more.

  • SAE Institute Australia

    SAE is the world’s leading educator in creative media industries. SAE is a dynamic global institute with high industry credibility providing specialist vocational and higher education courses worldwide to inspire and develop graduates.

Primary connections

  • Department for Trade and Investment - Creative industries

    South Australia’s culture of creativity and innovation is helping to inspire new enterprises and attract leading companies to South Australia.

  • Department for Innovation and Skills

    The Department for Innovation and Skills is responsible for supporting South Australia’s future economy, creating prosperity and opportunity for the people that choose to live and work in our State.

  • South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC)

    Industry leaders in the development, support and promotion of South Australia’s screen industries.

Sector growth

  • Creative industries discussion paper

    A 10-year plan to support the growth of the creative industries sector in South Australia.

  • Music Development Office (MDO)

    The MDO aims to accelerate industry growth and attract investment.

Sector insights

  • Department for Trade and Investment - Creative industries

    South Australia’s culture of creativity and innovation is helping to inspire new enterprises and attract leading companies to South Australia.

  • Arts & Culture Plan South Australia 2019-2024

    Encouraging South Australians to dream, to explore and to create a future where arts and culture flourish in everyday life – a roadmap with goals and priorities.

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