Artsound has various structured community partnership opportunities. These cover content contribution, commercial exchange and brand marketing prestige.
ArtSound Creative Partner
ArtSound is constantly striving to forge creative partnerships with musicians, music ensembles, artists, arts organisations and arts venues in order to create smoother pathways for arts content to get on-air and for mutually beneficial promotion.
Our creative partners enter into agreements with us so that both organisations have a clear understanding of the terms of cooperation and the expectations we may have of one another.
If you would like ArtSound to consider working closely with you and your arts activities please get in touch HERE and we can explore the possibilities.
ArtSound Airtime Sponsor
ArtSound Airtime Sponsors are individuals and businesses who undertake a financial transaction with ArtSound to sponsor certain air-time. This can be in the form of 30-second announcements that bring attention to the sponsor’s business or cause in exchange for sponsorship revenue or alternatively becoming a program sponsor for a particular program or time-slot. Program sponsors are referred to at the beginning and end of a sponsored program and make a compelling and memorable impression on the ArtSound Audience.
To become an ArtSound Airtime sponsor let us know by clicking HERE and we can work with you soon.
ArtSound Executive Patron
ArtSound Executive Patrons are individuals or organisations that give ArtSound financial support without particular on-air references but are recognised as Executive Patrons through logo placement on Artsound’s website and newsletter. Executive Patrons are also given the option of air-time for 15-second sponsorship announcements that recognise the financial contribution made to the station.
Please get in touch with us HERE if you would like to explore these or other ideas as a financial benefactor to the work of ArtSound.
The Music Academy at Canberra Girls Grammar School
The Music Academy provides ensemble and class opportunities for CGGS students, non-CGGS students who don’t have access to similar classes or ensembles in their own schools and adult community members.
For more information, visit themusicacademy.cggs.act.edu.au/
Selby & Friends
Dubbed “titans of chamber music” (2018), Selby & Friends presents “chamber music at its best” (SMH) with subscription seasons around Australia in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Turramurra and the NSW Southern Highlands, each presented five times per year.
Artists Society of Canberra
ASOC is a community of approximately 300 members who have been meeting to share their ideas, enthusiasm and inspiration for more than 83 years.
Art Song Canberra
Art Song Canberra is devoted to the regular performance and wide appreciation of classical art song.
This special art form combines the beauty of poetry with the power and delicacy of the voice and piano in duet.
Its Season of Song is an annual series of fine vocal recitals by top-class singers and accompanists, most of whom are professionals.
For more information, visit www.artsongcanberra.org/
Australian Festival of Chamber Music
The Australian Festival of Chamber Music is a friendly, unique and internationally acclaimed event presenting a 10 day program of over 30 concerts and special events.
For more information, visit www.afcm.com.au/
Australian String Quartet
The Australian String Quartet is based at the Elder Conservatorium of Music at the University of Adelaide.
The Quartet performs with leading national and international artists through its annual program of activity.
For more information, visit www.asq.com.au
Bungendore Fine Art
The gallery provides quality art for all tastes and budgets, with an ever changing display of about 150 paintings ranges from large works to miniatures
The monthly exhibitions feature guest artists; some new, some well-known. For more information, visit www.bungendorefineart.com.au
Canberra Blues Society
The Canberra Blues Society is a not-for-profit collective of like-minded individuals passionate about the art of traditional and contemporary blues music.
One of our aims is to support family-friendly venues throughout the Capital Region that nurture and support local amateur and professional blues musicians.
The Society also aims to provide regular music jams, blues events and blues-related social activities for the enjoyment of its members.
For more information, visit http://www.canberrabluessociety.com.au/
Canberra International Music Festival
Classical music, and more. The program includes early music, contemporary music, world music and occasionally a hint of jazz. Venues are chosen for their stunning acoustic qualities or because they put the music in a new light.
You’ll experience performances that are challenging and uplifting, at times thought-provoking. Always moving, and always of the highest quality.
For more information, visit www.cimf.org.au
Canberra Jazz Club
The Canberra Jazz Club is a collection of like-minded individuals supporting the local Jazz community in Canberra.
As well as its own events, it publishes calendars of jazz and other events.
For more information, visit www.canberrajazzclub.com/
Canberra Theatre Centre
Canberra Theatre Centre is Canberra’s premier performing arts venue, providing world class performing arts and entertainment to the people of Canberra and surrounding regions.
Canberra Theatre Centre includes the 1,244 seat Canberra Theatre, The Playhouse seating 618 and The Courtyard Studio, an intimate rehearsal and performance space that seats up to 90 patrons.
For more information, visit www.canberratheatrecentre.com.au
Ginninderry stretches from the north western suburbs of Canberra (Holt and Macgregor) across the ACT/NSW border into a part of the Yass Valley. It is bounded on two sides by the Murrumbidgee River and Ginninderra Creek.
For more information go to www.ginninderry.com
Canberra Southern Cross Club
With four unique venues throughout Canberra, the Southern Cross Club is the place to meet up with friends, have a meal with your family and enjoy quality entertainment. We foster good times in a caring and safe environment.
For more information go to https://www.cscc.com.au/
Cordelta is a Canberra professional services firm that helps clients achieve better outcomes by improving the effectiveness of their management, technology and people.
We enhance and support client capabilities through trusted relationships, collaborative work and ongoing investments in our people. Our commitment to our team is reflected in multiple entries on BRW’s Best Places to Work list, with top ten rankings in 2012 and 2013.
Since 2004 we have offered public and private sector organisations access to the breadth of capability offered by larger firms, with the flexibility of a boutique consultancy. Our highly experienced Canberra-based team provides straight forward and in-depth analysis, procurement and delivery to a variety of agencies and departments, helping Cordelta to become a premium supplier of Commonwealth Government management services.
For more information go to https://www.cordelta.com/
Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission is the national regulator of charities. We register and regulate Australia’s 57,038 charities.
- We help charities understand and meet their obligations through information, advice and guidance.
- We help the public understand the work of the not-for-profit sector and provide a free searchable database of charities
For more information go to https://www.acnc.gov.au/