A new community recording studio will be located at the City of Palmerston Library and will provide an inclusive audio-visual facility, accessible 24/7 for the Palmerston community. It will be a fully equipped, multi-purpose space, that can be used for sound and video recording, rehearsal, engagement programs, skills training and more.
Local businesses are heavily involved with this project, with Rossi Architects completing the design work, consultancy and certification requirements and KCOM Construction to undertake the external works within stage one.
This facility will enable us as a community to embrace our diversity, share our stories through music and continue to invest in arts and culture within Palmerston.
- Cost and duration
$180,000 with the project will be completed in two stages.
- $150,000 - funded by City of Palmerston
- This project has been partially funded by the Northern Territory Government through SCALE funding (Special Community Assistance and Local Employment), contributing $30,000 to the overall costs.
- Stage one will take approximately three weeks to complete and will include external work such as the construction of concrete steps and a ramp for easy access to the studio.
- Stage two will consist of the internal works, expected to commence in late November and completed in early 2021.
Stage one: commenced Situated on The Boulevard side of the library, pedestrian access will remain open except for short durations during the three-week period.
Stage two: Preparation for internal works such as acoustic treatments have commenced and requests for quotation will be released shortly.