SUPPORT LIQUID ARCHITECTURE
Our plan for 2020, Liquid Architecture’s twentieth year, was to be noisier than ever. But, 2020 is not turning out how we, or anyone, expected. This year has exposed what a fragile and precarious economy we are in as a small and passionately experimental arts organisation in Australia.
We are now calling for your support. In addition to collaborating with artists, we also want to build collaborative relationships with supporters who share our vision and value our work. Support Liquid Architecture with a tax deductible donation at the level that suits you. For all contributions, there will be a loud thank you, or a whisper, if you prefer.
Liquid Architecture’s ORGANISATION FUND sustains our work. This crucial investment backs our curatorial time, helps us organise with agility, opens access channels in our programming, and keeps the lights on. Our EXPERIMENTS FUND channels resources to Australian artists to develop new and experimental works.
$50+ keeps us moving forward. We’ll acknowledge you publicly at every opportunity.
$500+ opens doors. Be the first to know about our programs, as our special VIP guest.
$5000+ makes the world turn. Join us on our journey, and spend time getting to know LA artists, writers and curators.
Donations can be made one-off, annually, or through monthly payments. We receive donations online through PayPal (with no additional fees), and via direct deposit. Liquid Architecture is a registered cultural organisation, and donations over $2 are tax deductible.
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If you have any questions or want to learn more about how you can support Liquid Architecture, please contact us.
Using reciprocity as an approach, Liquid Architecture works with partners to expand the scope of our collaborative programming, generating new terrains of practice. We consider the sharing of labour, resources and knowledge as a collective tactic to boost the capacity of our artistic community and sector.
Liquid Architecture is supported by Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body; Victorian Government through Creative Victoria; City of Melbourne Arts and Culture Triennial Program; and City of Yarra Creative Yarra.