Little Orange is a working studio for contemporary Western Sydney artists who identify with a disability. The purpose of the studio is to provide a platform for established artists to develop and launch their career. Located at Campbelltown Arts Centre, artists are provided with materials, mentorships, business training and access to industry professionals. Little Orange artists have a broad range of practices spanning drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture and performance.
Some projects completed by Little Orange artists include a large-scale mural at Apex Park by artist Jess Fesic. A floor mural at Ingleburn town square by artist Jessica Pound. As well as a NAIDOC week mural at Macarthur Square by artist Sri Thulin.
In 2019 they represented at the Sydney Contemporary Art Fair with Little Orange Presents. They also set up their working studios at The 2019 Other Art Fair where they spoke to visitors about their practice. Later they hosted the birthday celebrations for Campbelltown Art Centre’s 30th Anniversary exhibition We are all connected to Campbelltown (one way or another).
In 2020 they featured in a tourism documentary video series highlighting attractions and hidden gems in Campbelltown.