Government Partners  

 

  

The National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program was established by the Australian Government to expand our appreciation of Australian and overseas cultural material. It achieves this by enabling National collecting institutions to bring works from Australian and overseas collections to all Australians, through national exhibitions or tours.

         

The Australian Government International Exhibitions Insurance (AGIEI) program was established by the Australian Government to provide funding for the purchase of insurance for significant cultural exhibitions.  Without AGIEI, the high cost of commercial insurance would prohibit the staging of many major touring exhibitions in Australia. 

Major Partners  

 

 

  

ActewAGL is an electricity, gas and solar retailer based in our nation’s capital which serves residential and business customers across the ACT and NSW.  For more than 100 years, ActewAGL has been active in the community, establishing a special relationship with the region it serves.  ActewAGL has built a vibrant sponsorship and events program which supports local sports teams, charities and community events. 

 

 

The Pratt Foundation was established in Melbourne in 1978 by Richard Pratt and Jeanne Pratt AC and, as one of the Pratt Philanthropies, is now amongst the largest private sources of philanthropy in Australia. Through its mission “to enrich the lives of our communities”, the Foundation highlights the diversity and pluralism of communities served, and is committed to adding value to the thousands of organisations it has supported in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Israel. 

 

   

 

The Kenyon Foundation is a Canberra-based philanthropic fund established in 2016 by the children of Helen and the late Arthur Kenyon AM. The Kenyon family are long-term residents of Canberra with Helen and Arthur bringing their young family to the National Capital in 1960. Helen and Arthur welcomed the opportunities that came with their new home city and they both contributed significantly to Canberra’s social, commercial and charitable activities. The creation of the Kenyon Foundation by Helen and Arthur’s children, sons David and Richard and daughter Louise, honours the hard work, aspirations and vision of their parents. The Kenyon Foundation provides financial support and encouragement to its community, in Canberra and beyond, through annual gifting programs and donations, particularly in the areas of education, sporting groups, cultural organisations, medical research and bodies assisting the disadvantaged, disabled and homeless.

 

 

Media Partner

 

  

   

     

 

Foxtel is one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic media companies, owned by News Corporation Ltd and Telstra Corporation Ltd. The company connects Australians to the stories they love by offering entertainment experiences to 2.8 million subscribing homes through delivery of exclusive and inspiring programming across all genres. Foxtel’s HISTORY Channel is exclusively presenting the series The Pacific: in the Wake of Captain Cook with Sam Neill. Starts Monday 27 August at 7.30 pm AEST. 

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