Help Chamber Made seed the artworks of tomorrow
‘I have come to believe so strongly in people who are prepared to go outside the circle and do something different. That is one of the most important things for me about Chamber Made. It’s that innovation, the challenge and the bravery and of doing things differently that makes me think Chamber Made must keep going and must be supported. And that’s why I support it.’
Margaret Leggatt, Donor
The pivotal moment in the life of each and every one of our new works is the initial phase where the first seeds are planted; a momentary phase when the possibilities seem endless, when artists come together, often for the first time, to test ideas, to test working relationships and see where their individual practices can come together. This seeding time lays the foundations for every new boundary-bending work that our audiences have come to anticipate and relish.
The New Work Seeding Fund
Via a newly established New Work Seeding Fund we are building security around new works; to ensure that new ideas are embraced, that experimentation and innovation are nurtured, and that projects are given their best chance as they head out on the pathway to presentation.
By giving to the New Work Seeding Fund, you will set in motion what eventually becomes those neuron-rattling moments on the opening night of a performance. Along the way we will secure other funds – from government grants to partners and sponsorships. But it all starts with philanthropy.
Donations of all sizes are welcome and all donations over $2 are 100% tax deductible.
Bequests are a generous and visionary way to support the work of Chamber Made into the future. This kind of legacy gift is appreciated with profound gratitude and makes a tangible impact on our company and our work.
If you would like to discuss leaving a bequest to Chamber Made, or any aspect of donating to the company please get in touch with Executive Producer Kylie McRae: kylie ( at ) chambermade.org
Chamber Made is a not-for-profit association incorporated in Victoria, with Australian Taxation Office endorsed Tax Concession Charity and Deductible Gift Recipient status.
Chamber Made Inc. ABN 84 490 162 765 is on the Register of Cultural Organisations under Subdivision 30-B of the Income Assessment Act 1997.