Support The ReviewBoard

The ReviewBoard provides essential opportunities for arts writers and Australian artists at a time when our cultural investment is suffering. We aim to build a coherent and ongoing overview of contemporary Australian culture, supporting artists, galleries and the broader community by actively encouraging visitation and engagement.

We invite you to become a supporter. Contribute to a new model of arts writing and publishing which will provide economic, creative, professional and cultural benefits, not only to the creative community, but more broadly will be a valuable contribution to Australia’s cultural character; particularly important leading out of a global pandemic.

Your support is invested into the essential ongoing operations, The ReviewBoard Writer’s Fund or if you have specific interest in supporting particular regional areas, we can create targeted and effective programs.

Read on to see how you can support The ReviewBoard.

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Subscribing to The ReviewBoard offers individuals the most immediate way to support The ReviewBoard’s writers, activities and purpose; and provides the reader with full access to archived content and other benefits.

We offer various subscription options suitable for individuals or institutions.

We need your support. In our inaugural year we don’t have significant archives to offer you. Please help us get there. By subscribing to The ReviewBoard you are investing in a future bank of archival material, so important for artists, curators, students, researchers, art collectors, and all of us committed to connected, creative communities.

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SUPPORTING AND ADVERTISING PARTNERS

Our Supporting Partners and Advertising Partners provide immediate and essential support to The ReviewBoard’s activities and purpose.

Show your support to keep The ReviewBoard operating with robust, engaging writing plus reap the benefits of partnering with a not-for-profit organisation which shares your values and visions for a rich, diverse, creative community.

We offer various options suitable for a wide range of organisations, events, and businesses, whether in the creative industries, tourism, travel, food, hospitality, culture, publishing or performance. Our audiences are interested in culture.

Or talk to us to create a bespoke partnership or program.

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With thanks to our

The ReviewBoard will create the space for its writers to shine, providing them with a credible platform that’s all about the art and encouraging visitation.

  • Champions

    Patricia Mason and Paul Walker

  • Founding Benefactor

    The Anthony Costa Foundation
    Tomislav Nikolic and Donald Holt
    Clear Design

  • Founding Patron

    Louise & Martin Myer Foundation
    Chapman & Bailey
    David Slack

  • Founding Fellow

    Anonymous
    Andrew Jensen and Emma Fox

  • Founding Donor

    Anonymous
    Andrew Browne
    Kate MacNeill
    Marielle & Aamini Soni
    UCI Australia

  • Supporter

    Anonymous x 3
    Jennifer & Greg Goodman
    John McBride
    Ian Rogers Fine Art
    Tolarno Galleries

  • Founding Advisory Group

    Gabriella Coslovich
    Julie Ewington
    Una Rey

  • Friend

    Anonymous x 5
    Dena Ashbolt
    Benjamin Armstrong
    Axis Arts
    Dr. Lisa Dethridge
    WH Chong
    The Commercial
    Peter Cooley
    Bin Dixon-Ward
    Mark Galea
    Peter Graham
    Kirsty Grant
    Deborah Hart
    Nic Ives
    Bronwyn Johnson
    Barry Keldoulis
    Darren Knight Gallery
    Emily Lazzaro
    Eleanor Louise Butt
    Kelli Lundberg
    Kate Matson
    Vera Moeller
    Blaza Nikolic
    Sonia Paye
    Rosslynd Piggott
    Roger Moloney Studio
    Ian Porter
    Catherine Schwerin
    Adam Stone
    Tomikeh Factory
    Ebony Truscott
    Kate Tucker
    Amber Wallis

  • Acknowledgements

    This project was funded in part by a grant from the Anthony Costa Foundation.

    The ReviewBoard is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through the Australian Cultural Fund.