With an exciting cross cultural group of Patrons and advisors featuring Master of HM The Queens Music, Judith Weir CBE and global arts leader Anthony Steel AM, newly created Not for Profit Artaria Ltd is launching with a distinguished and vibrant group of Directors.
Through advocacy, inspirational leadership, unique, experiential premium products and exploration of high performance, Artaria’s aim is to enable more public awareness of, and engagement with music, while supporting South Australia’s vibrant independent arts community.
Nominated Finalist in Arts, 2019 & 2020 Winnovation SA Awards, Artaria is creating ripples throughout the music community local, nationally and globally. By supporting this set up appeal, you can become one of Artaria’s Founding Subscribers, in the vanguard of this unique new South Australian arts agency, and propel the future for music at this crucial time.
Using our high performance sponsors, partners, and our personal musical inspirations (players and educators spread across the globe), Artaria will become a significant network enabler, promoting vibrant music & musicians creating a series of live and recorded multimedia experiences. Working with a selection of stakeholders in cross cultural collaboration in a number of artistic genres, creating digital performances, through commercial collaborations; Artaria aims to promote music and South Australia to the world, creating an international network of high performance artistic endeavour both live and digitally.
Ultimately, Artaria Ltd will be a unique multimedia recording label and agency uniting world class artistry, merging vibrant imagery and cutting edge production to create a catalyst for cross cultural collaboration and exceptional music education outcomes which place South Australia at the forefront of global arts innovation, building and sustaining community engagement with classical music.
Artaria Managing Director Celia Craig, Fellow of ArtsSA, Associate has a track record of fundraising and creating opportunities for musicians in South Australia.
“…not only a passionate and inspiring person, but is a world class asset for Australia in performance, and in the development of a generation of aspiring young musicians”
– Norman Gillespie, Executive Director, The Orana Foundation, Chair Pinchgut Opera, Director, Artaria Ltd.
“A great ambassador for her own instrument, the oboe, her enthusiasm and knowledge spreads much further, and through many musical traditions … musical exploration comes naturally to her. We’re fortunate to have this unusual artist in our midst.”
– Judith Weir CBE, Master of HMThe Queens Music, Artaria Ltd. Patron.
Join our sponsors and subscribers backing this bold, entrepreneurial young venture that aims to reignite South Australia’s global reputation for innovative music and music education. Now is the moment to launch this exciting venture.