We’re proud to partner with those who share our passion for art, culture and Australian design.
Heide Museum of Modern Art
Heide Museum of Modern Art
We're proud to be a supporting partner of Heide since 2019. Set on 6.5 hectares of parkland with five gallery spaces, award-winning architecture, and over 3,600 works of art, Heide holds a special place in the cultural landscape of Australia.
Heide is a public art museum and sculpture park located on a stretch of the Birrarung/Yarra River in Melbourne that has long served as a meeting point and as a creative hub. Once a significant Wurundjeri gathering place, the site later attracted the artists of the Australian Impressionist School before becoming the home of art patrons John and Sunday Reed in 1934.
The Reeds and their circle of artists and writers embraced the brave and the new in art and ideas and their spirited legacy inspires the museum’s activities today, from collaborating with emerging and mid-career artists to celebrating those who have made major contributions to Australian and international art.
Since 1984, when a group of 600 theatre-lovers came together to buy a theatre and save it from becoming an apartment block, Belvoir has been at the forefront of Australian storytelling for the stage.
Each year the company presents an annual season of shows for this now-iconic corner stage. New work and new stories sit at the centre of Belvoir’s programming, alongside a mix of reinvented classics and international writing, and a foundational commitment to Indigenous stories. In short, Belvoir is about theatrical invention, an open society, and faith in humanity.
We are proud to be a Members Lounge Supporter of the NGA. Home to the most valuable collection of art in Australia, the national collection comprises over 155,000 works of art, including the world’s largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.
The NGA collection represents the whole of Australian art, modern art worldwide, particularly from Europe and America, and art from across Asia and the Pacific. The collection includes some of the finest examples in Australia of French Impressionism, Dada and Surrealism, the Russian avant-garde, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Minimalism and Conceptual Art.
Held since 1997, and staged on the spectacular Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi is one of Sydney’s most popular events, with 500,000 visitors viewing over 100 sculptures by artists from around the world.
The popularity of the Bondi exhibition led to the creation of Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe in Perth on Australia’s Indian Ocean coast in March each year. Staged since 2005 the Cottesloe exhibition features over 70 sculptures and is enjoyed by 220,000 visitors, making the exhibition as much a part of Perth as the Bondi show is in Sydney.
With a multi-platform approach to programming, including new commissions, exhibitions, performances, residencies, publishing, public programs and outreach initiatives, Artspace is a leading institution for contemporary art in the Asia Pacific.
Artspace is where artists of all generations test new ideas and shape public conversation. Embracing risk, experimentation, collaboration and advocacy, Artspace’s mission is to enhance our culture and support community vibrancy through a deeper engagement with contemporary art.
A contemporary art gallery and concept space in Gadigal/Sydney with a mission to support the work of established artists, whilst also providing a nurturing platform to champion fresh, emerging talent and present their ideas to the world.
Since 2015 Kitty Clark, Founder of Saint Cloche made the move from the corporate world to the art world - and now she is at the epicentre of a growing community of like-minded creatives, promoting art, culture, and contemporary thinking.
We have partnered with Saint Cloche and their resident artists; Bec Smith, Hannah Carrick and Evi O since 2021 to showcase original artworks on Limited Edition packaging designs.
Sharing our passion for local design, JamFactory is a unique not for profit organisation supporting outstanding craft and design through its furniture, glass, ceramic and metal studios, exhibition spaces and shops.
Located in Tarntanya/Adelaide and on Ngadjuri Country in the Barossa Valley, JamFactory is a creative hub, promoting emerging and established practitioners, developing unique products, providing design services and delivering engaging exhibitions and programs.
The Robin Boyd Foundation is the custodian of the legacy of Robin Boyd and the Walsh Street house he designed for his family in 1957. As an exemplar of Australian modernist architecture, this iconic residence continues to influence design thinking today. Boyd used Walsh Street as an opportunity to reject domestic conventions and contribute a house of programmatic and technical innovation and mastery. We are honoured to have Leif in place at Walsh Street and support Robin Boyd’s legacy.