Hans Henkell has a passion for opera and giving. He has been a dedicated donor to the arts since 1991 and has generously donated to a range of projects on the ACF. His love of German and Australian cultural identity has been the motivator to him supporting the artistic ventures of ACF artists. We spoke to Hans about what inspires his generosity.
In Dangerous Song – Blue Lizzie O’Keefe and Lindsey Pollak combine the human voice with the sounds of endangered and extinct animals to create an intriguing and moving musical performance. We spoke to Lizzie about how they designed and delivered a successful ACF campaign.
Thanks to a clever crowdfunding campaign focusing first on friends, then on social networks, Bill exceeded his target and raised more than $8,000.
Tasmanian artist Karen Revie used the Australian Cultural Fund to fundraise for #MATCHstick Projects 2016, for Launceston’s Streets Alive@The Precinct arts festival.
Benjamin Law is among a growing number of artists who are getting behind and supporting fellow artists and donating to some great ACF campaigns.
We spoke to Christine Williams to talk about her love of Sydney Chamber Opera and to about the awesome workplace matched giving program.
There are many ways to give to the arts and not all of them involve money. Many arts lovers want more involvement, and are more invested, in arts projects. Cue Darren Spowart.
The talented quartet raised over $15,000 and engaged 72 supporters for their first fundraising campaign. Here are their tips for other artists.
Micro-donations are one of the many ways ACF supporters can back Australian artists. We spoke to one such awesome human to take this approach: Leigh Raymond.