43 diverse independent arts, artistic groups and arts organisations from around the country raised over $170,000 during their ACF Boost campaigns. Those who raised $2,000 or more get a $2,000 boost towards their project from Creative Partnerships Australia.
Black Hole Theatre’s The Line is a collaboration between First Peoples of Australia, Irish artists, and non-indigenous Australians.
Sisters Unearthly by Vexatious Films is a web series set against a backdrop of the Tasmanian landscape.
Progressive Melbourne theatre group, Lab Kelpie ran their campaign on the ACF in 2016 to raise funds and awareness for their progressive production, Elegy. Raising 105% of their target, they’ve since gone on to tour the country and win multiple awards for their production. Their creative producer, Adam Fawcett joins us in a new ACF series where we ask ACF alumni, where are they now?
Katie Yap plays the violin with orchestras including the Australian World Orchestra, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Katie ran a campaign on the ACF to fund her travels to Toronto for the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute. Katie has shared the love and donated to other artists’ campaigns on the ACF. In our new artist to artist series, we find out what spurs ACF-ers to donate to their community.
Author and founding director of Outlandish Arts, Gaele Sobbot, fundraised on the ACF for a series of poetry workshops, performances and critical dialogue on art, mental distress and well-being. Since then, she’s shown a real passion and commitment to supporting other artists.
A writer, cyclist and Scandophile dedicated to the arts, meet Stephanie Lyall. Stephanie and her team recently ran an ACF campaign to raise funds to take their live art event SQUASH to Festival of Live Art (FOLA). Stephanie also donated to other artists to show her support for their projects. In our new Artist to Artist series, we chatted […]
Artist, Matthew Briggs has donated to six artists on the ACF. In our new Artist to Artist series, we chatted to Matthew about what spurred him to donate.