Arts partnerships in Queensland are thriving and we captured it
Queensland's creative culture is vibrant and ever-evolving. We spoke to the artists, organisations, philanthropists, and supporters whose partnerships are powering the arts.
Take a look at the videos we produced in collaboration with the following art institutions and learn about some of the outstanding work they’re doing in your creative state.
We spoke to our Queensland State Manager, Paul Gurney and key players in the Queensland arts sector.
The building which has housed beloved Brisbane community radio station 4ZZZ for the last 25 years was a little worse for wear. So they called upon the community to justify their love.
Station Manager Grace Pashley reveals how collaborating with like-minded venues, businesses and benefactors helped boost their fundraising efforts and give the studios a new lease on life.
When it comes to championing music in Queensland, nobody does it better than QMusic. But they can’t do it alone. Enter powerful patron Scott Hutchinson, Chairman of Hutchinson Builders.
Hutchinson and QMusic CEO Joel Edmondson reveal how a passionate and dedicated partnership between business, government and the arts is creating the launching pad for Queensland’s next generation of musicians.
Opera Queensland has a long history of bringing their timeless classics to the furthest reaches of their vast state. But attending a performance is only the beginning.
Head of Learning, Regional and Community Mark Taylor, Artistic Director Patrick Nolan, and Chorus Member Nick Kirkup explain the importance of connecting with communities through initiatives like workshops, pop-up performances, school participation, and the Community Chorus.
Founded by three passionate women in Cairns, JUTE Theatre Company has been inspiring and challenging audiences with fresh original stories since 1992. Supporting their platform for emerging talent in the region, JUTE also utilises its creative expertise to deliver genuine skills outcomes for young Queenslanders.
JUTE’s Business Development Officer Milly Darby and Head of Middle School at Djarragun College Dr Dennis McIntosh reveal how collaborative theatre workshops are building creativity, confidence and pride.