Peace Foundation Management Development
The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation Inc
Raising funds to develop the management capacity of the Peace Foundation and to grow the Foundation for the future.
Nicholas Projects is a curated gallery space in Melbourne, Australia. We are seeking patron support for our 2017 program.
Multicultural Women's Sewing Group 2017 Program
Multicultural Women's Sewing Group Inc.
Every Saturday and Wednesday in Brunswick, a quiet but powerful thing has been happening. Community is being created as women come together to explore the hand made, to sew and share with each other.
Nurturing Leading Lights in Regional SA
LEADING LIGHTS is illuminart’s training program giving regional projection artist the skills to work in cross-regional digital media projects, connecting communities with stories in brilliant light.
Affinity Collective 2017 Season
Mee Na Lojewski
Affine Territories: Affinity continues its cycle projects with The Complete String Quartets by Leoš Janáček and Pavel Haas, Affinity Trio programs, interstate tours, and education programs.
Comfy Bums for the Byron Theatre (Seats)
The 250 seats and carpets in Byron Theatre are in urgent need of replacement. The NSW government has provided nearly 50% of the cost. Now we need to raise $60,000 to make it happen!
WE WERE THERE - A New Australian Work
WE WERE THERE is a verbatim performance project being developed by Tilted Projects, offering a uniquely female perspective of HIV/AIDS and its time in Australia.
NORPA needs our help after devastating Lismore flood
AMPAG, APACA and Regional Arts Australia
Support NORPA, one of Australia’s premier regional performing arts companies, get back to work after after a once in one hundred year flood event caused severe damage.
Peace - A Cantata for John Monash
More Than Opera
Let there be peace! The clarion call of Melbourne’s most famous son, John Monash, opens a new massed choral work by David Kram. PEACE is the first musical work to tell the great man's story. PEACE will premiere on 9 September at 6.30pm.