Bus Projects is about relationships with and between artists. We develop a caring context within which artists can come together to create, collaborate, and engage with our community.
In these precarious times for small arts organisations and individual artists, we are fundraising to provide holistic support to all the artists who take part in our programs.
In order to achieve this goal we would greatly appreciate your support!
Our programs are driven by an artist-centred philosophy that remains relevant throughout an artist’s career. We give primacy to artists’ decision-making and recognise the need to support the process and presentation of creative works.
Rooted in our rich multi-ethnic and multi-cultural community, we are a convergence point for a multiplicity of artists and audiences. From this context we produce exhibitions, performances, screenings, workshops, forums, research and publishing.
As an active supporter, you contribute to our sustainability while increasing our ability to invest in artists. You’ll be amazed at what we can do with even the most modest amounts however your level of giving will have different impacts.
“Visionaries” who give a significant gift of $5000 will be contacted to discuss how this game-changing support will be invested.
“Exhibition Patrons” who give at $1000 make new exhibitions happen! You will have a direct impact on our ability to commission artists and curators to produce new work.
“Programme Supporters” who give at $250 connect artists with communities! Donating at this level results in an education, workshop, discussion, or performance program.
Each year Bus Projects strives to raise income from a variety of public and private funding sources.
However, we still rely on significant support from individual artists to sustain our operations. We are reaching out to individual patrons to invest in artists through Bus Projects’ Supporters Program.
Your support will directly help artists to develop and present their work, and involve them in programs that engage diverse communities.
You can read more at: busprojects.org.au