Art Gallery Society sponsors
The Art Gallery Society is Australia’s leading art support organisation with more than 30,000 members and has the most vibrant program of art-related social and cultural events to be found in any Sydney institution.
As a not-for-profit organisation we rely heavily on the generous support of sponsors. Through your sponsorship your business can also take advantage of our unique marketing, public relations and incentive opportunities.
Sponsors of the Art Gallery Society play an important role by supporting the Art Gallery of New South Wales to help raise funds to purchase works of art for the Gallery’s permanent collections.
If you are interested in becoming an Art Gallery Society sponsor, we will work closely with your organisation to create a tailored sponsorship that meets your specific sponsor objectives.
Sponsors of the Art Gallery Society of NSW
10 group is a leading graphic design, print and custom publishing company specialising in the arts. 10 group publish the Art Gallery Society’s Look magazine, Australia’s highest circulating monthly art title. 10 group also brings you artwhatson.com.au, Australia’s online art space. The artwhatson website and e-news is a free resource for art lovers providing dynamic exposure to the Australian art scene.
Arab Bank Australia has combined their passion for the arts and education by becoming the Art Gallery Society’s sponsor of The Learning Curve – a series of lectures covering art appreciation, philosophy, comparative religion, ancient civilisations and the many great cultures of the world. Arab Bank Australia has branches in Sydney and Melbourne and prides itself on being a relationship bank, delivering superior service and excellence in selected products.
Our increasingly popular Resonate concert series, which provides a truly unique experience where audiences can enjoy live music in the elegant surroundings of the Gallery’s beautiful Grand Courts, is proudly sponsored by Artology. Artology unlocks the creative potential of young people through experiential learning in the performing arts. Artology was founded by philanthropist Graeme Wood AM.
The Faber-Castell family company was founded in 1761 when Kaspar Faber began to make his first graphite pencils in Stein, Germany. Today, after nearly 250 years, Faber-Castell is an international organisation which stands as the world’s oldest manufacturer of writing instruments still in family hands. It is headed in Germany by Count Anton (Toni) Wolfgang von Faber-Castell (8th generation). Australia-Pacific operations are led by Toni’s brother, Count Andreas (Andy) Wilhelm von Faber-Castell.
Faber-Castell’s product offering is rich and vast covering playing and learning, art and graphic and technical, premium writing, general writing, and marking.
Throughout centuries of operation, the family vision has remained the same: quality and innovation lead to success.
K.W.Doggett Fine Paper is an independent family-owned paper merchant. Proud supporters of the Art Gallery Society, they carry a range of recycled and environmentally accredited papers to suit all budgets. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide, they are positioned to provide their extensive clients an enormous range of quality printing and specialty papers sourced to meet all their printing and design needs.
The principal print sponsor for the Art Gallery Society, Lindsay Yates Group are a printing solutions company offering a full range of high-tech printing services to meet the varied requirements of leading corporations and communications agencies. Their committed ‘hands-on’ directors and specialised print production staff, in combination with the very latest technological capabilities, enable them to complete each project to your maximum advantage by enhancing your competitive edge.
Philip Bacon Galleries is one of Australia’s leading art galleries. It plays a pivotal commercial and educational role in the thriving Brisbane art scene. The gallery is renowned for the depth of its stockroom and for exhibiting many of the country’s most celebrated established and contemporary artists. Opened in 1974, it soon became Brisbane’s leading commercial gallery and attracted national attention. Philip Bacon Galleries supports the volunteers at the Art Gallery of NSW, our vital behind-the-scenes team.
Founded in the Queensland outback in 1920, Qantas has grown to be Australia’s largest domestic and international airline. Registered originally as the Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited (QANTAS), Qantas is widely regarded as the world’s leading long-distance airline and one of the strongest brands in Australia. Qantas has been a sponsor of the Art Gallery of NSW since 1995, including support of the Yiribana Gallery of Indigenous art. Qantas is now a proud principal sponsor of the Gallery’s Australian art collection.
RESIMAC sponsors the Art Gallery Society’s Art Appreciation Lecture series. RESIMAC is a specialist financial services group whose focus is securitisation – the process of converting non-transferable financial assets such as loans to transferable financial assets, eg bonds. Australia’s first company to securitise financial assets, RESIMAC focuses on home loans, commercial loans, personal loans, car loans and equipment finance. Art Gallery Society members may already ‘own’ securitised assets, including RESIMAC transactions, via their superannuation funds.
After more than three generations in South Australia’s Clare Valley, Taylors Wines remains proudly family owned. Through a blend of ‘old world’ estate philosophy, ‘new world’ winemaking innovation and a zealous attention to detail, Taylors has established an enviable reputation for crafting the finest Clare Valley wines for all occasions.