We believe in the power of creativity to build connected, innovative and vibrant communities.
Our support of the arts and cultural sector facilitates diverse and meaningful art practice that enriches our world, challenges our thinking and contributes to community and cultural development.
A powerful communication tool, the creative sector brings both intrinsic social value and wider economic, education and health benefits.
Through collaborative, co-created partnerships we support artists and cultural organisations to achieve mutual goals. We have a focus on our home state of Western Australia, but we are engaged with arts and cultural practise and dialogue nationally and globally.
Our support is diverse and includes funding, advocacy and assistance in forming connections. We look for creative solutions to wicked problems and challenge our partners to do things differently.
We believe in nurturing emerging artists and do this through exceptional training opportunities. We also support audience development with the creation of new, engaging work.
We want to work together with our arts and culture partners to eliminate the barriers some people face in experiencing the arts and focus on increasing access and engagement for the broader community.
We want to help create a strong and sustainable nexus for new creative talent and artistic excellence.
We want to continue to unlock the transformational and engaging powers of arts and culture to build community and to tackle global problems.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Supporting WAAPA’s Visiting Artist program to provide exceptional training opportunities to our most talented emerging artists.
Perth Symphony Orchestra
Supporting PSO’s mandate that music is for everyone, by bringing world-class musical experiences to communities everywhere.
State Library of Western Australia: From Another View project
Partnering with the State Library to reimagine John Forrest’s historical 1874 trek from a community and creative perspective.
West Australian Opera
Partnering to present Opera in the Regions – accessible concerts set in iconic regional locations, supported by education and outreach activities, that foster inclusiveness, participation and cohesion.
Black Swan State Theatre Company
Working with BSSTC to enable bold, new, ambitious work through the innovative Production Fund.
Establishment of the Minderoo Editorship to support an emerging editor and a WA local publishing house who champion uniquely Australian stories and West Australian writers.
Australian National Academy of Music
Collaborating with ANAM for a WA focused ‘Side by Side’ industry training partnership with the West Australian Symphony Orchestra for ANAM students and WA talent.
Regional Arts WA
Supporting the establishment of a network of regional arts ‘hubs’ across WA that will connect regional artists, audiences and arts workers to enable better service delivery, improved communications, increased local decision making and more integrated and coordinated sector planning.
Supporting this major contemporary art event that activates Fremantle with high-quality, engaging and relevant work from international and local artists.
West Australian Ballet
Partnering to support WA Ballet’s new Children’s Ballet initiative that will engage emerging artists and provide opportunities to increase access to exceptional arts experiences for kids in WA.
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
Partnering with PICA to support the growth and development of the HATCHED National Graduate exhibition and the establishment of the Minderoo Curatorial Fellowship.
The Last Great Hunt
Supporting the creative development program of one of the most exciting theatre companies in Australia; ensuring more employment for theatre artists in WA.