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Support our matched funding campaign
Join us as we embark in an exciting collaboration between Anouk van Dijk and New-York based Australian artist Ian Strange and create a new extraordinary work. Uniting contemporary dance and visual arts, INTERIOR will explore the idea of home, decay and the ghosts of human dramas contained within everyday architecture.
This project is supported by Creative Partnerships Australia’s Plus1 program. All donations are tax-deductible and will be matched dollar for dollar!
For more information, contact Pauline Robert, Development Manager, on 03 9645 5188 or via email at email@example.com.
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Chunky Move, 111 Sturt Street, Southbank VIC 3006
All your donations are tax deductible and will be matched by Creative Partnerships Australia – dollar for dollar – until we reach our target of $30,000.
Chunky Move is a not-for-profit organisation and the impact of your donation is as evident as our dancers on the stage. Your contributions help bring our ambitious productions to life; ensure that we can show our work to the world; and make possible our professional and sector development programs.
Donations to Chunky Move are 100% tax-deductible and by choosing to contribute, you empower us to invest in the ongoing future of the Company and to continue our critically important sector development work.All transactions are processed in Australian dollars.
We would like to acknowledge the generosity of our donors and partners support the Company’s work. A warm thank you to:
Our major donors: Jane Badler, Daniel and Danielle Besen (Next Move Leaders), Peter and Mary Biggs (Next Move Leaders), Leigh O’Neill, Rosemary Forbes and Ian Hocking, Jeremy Blackshaw, Anouk van Dijk.
Our supporters: Margaret Anderson, Wendy Batchelor, Claire Beynon, Johann Brinckmann, Annie Carey, John Carr, Min Li Chong, Richard Coyne, Eloise Curry, Gordon Conochie, Grace Davenport, Annie Dawson, Sue Donnelly, Rhodri Ellis- Jones, Anna Fairbank, Dennis Freeman, Helen Forrester, Bruce Griffiths, Samantha Hole, Sean Jameson, Katherine Kirby, Cameron Lewis, Adrian & Pamela Lombardo, Tony Matthews, Lucy McNamara, Carolyn Mooney, Anthony Oliver, Margaret Parker, Roger & Catherine Poole, Stephanie Poole, Samantha Poole, Jerry Remkes, Tricia Sabey, Clive Scott, Matthew Self, Toby Sullivan, Naum Tered, Rosemary Walls, Sue Westwood, Claire Wilcock, Les & Monique Williamson, Anonymous (47).