Corporate Support

A partnership with AGWA can take many forms.

Each AGWA partnership is tailored to the business objectives of our corporate partner. Our experienced Development team work with you to deliver flexible and imaginative benefits to maximise mutual return on investment. Innovative and unique corporate branding opportunities, exclusive client entertainment and networking prospects, inspirational staff training and development facilities can be packaged to suit your organisation's goals.

We welcome interest from corporate and commercial enterprises seeking to create and explore with us.

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Benefits of being a corporate partner

  • Stand-out collaborations that reach new audiences through association with AGWA.
  • Hosting your stakeholder events in AGWA’s stunning entertainment spaces.
  • Money-can’t-buy experiences with access to arts and cultural experts for exclusive tours and behind-the-scenes insights.
  • Staff and client with incentives and benefits to access exhibitions, tours and family activities.
  • Unique content and visual materials to tell your story and celebrate your support of Western Australian visual arts and culture.
  • Expanding your networks with through invitations to AGWA openings attended by major donors, corporate, cultural and community leaders.

Our Sponsors

We couldn’t do it without the support of our corporate sponsors. AGWA warmly thanks all our Annual Partners and our Sponsors for your support of AGWA’s  visual arts exhibitions and programs.

Annual Sponsorship supports all our exhibitions and annual programs

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Wesfarmers Arts - Principal Partner

Our Principal Partner, Wesfarmers Arts leads the way in our community through their diverse support of art and cultural events and programs. An inaugural financial supporter of AGWA since 1990 and AGWA's Principal Partner. The relationship between AGWA and Wesfarmers Arts is continually evolving and is distinctive for its collaborative endeavours and for the range and depth of benefits enjoyed by both parties. Wesfarmers understand the distinction and importance of both corporate philanthropy and corporate sponsorship. This is demonstrated through being one of the four lead corporate donors contributing a million to the Gallery Foundation's TomorrowFund in 2008, and through Wesfarmers Arts renewal and as AGWA’s Principal Partner. Wesfarmers Arts annual support facilitates AGWA’s twice daily, free guided Wesfarmers Arts tours where AGWA's expert Gallery guides share aspects and insights of the State Collection and touring exhibitions with the WA public and visitors to our state. The partnership also supports public programs in our Imagination Room and facilitated the recent refurbishment of two spaces where works from Wesfarmers’ esteemed collection are featured.


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Simon Lee Foundation

The Simon Lee Foundation Asian Institute of Contemporary Art is a new Gallery initiative made possible through significant five-year funding support from the Simon Lee Foundation. The Institute will foster cultural and artistic collaborations and connections between Asia and Western Australia and presents a unique opportunity for the Gallery to illuminate global thinking about Asian art, incubate a new generation of significant artists, and invest communication and capacity to disseminate art, new ideas and artists in Australia and the region.

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Singapore Airlines | International Airline Sponsor

Singapore Airlines provides significant in-kind support for the AGWA by way of international flight and cargo support. AGWA and Singapore Airlines collaborate closely, working together to promote key exhibitions to their employees and Singapore Airlines loyalty and privileged memberships, and throughout their international flying networks.

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Alex Hotel

The Alex is a boutique hotel located in our cultural centre neighbourhood. The Alex provides the Gallery with invaluable in-kind support for visiting artists, performers and other visitors to AGWA as well as collaborating with the Gallery on joint packaging, prizes and other visitor and guest benefits.

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Juniper Estate Wines

Juniper Estate are the Gallery’s annual wine partners. Providing us with in-kind support from their range of fine wines for all AGWA’s official openings.

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Otherside Brewing Company

Otherside Brewing Company are an Annual Gallery Partner and AGWA’s exclusive brewing partner. Otherside provide a range of award winning beer to be enjoyed at AGWA’s exhibition openings and special events.

Special Project Sponsors

AGWA warmly thanks our Special Project Partners whose support helps us to create unique events, generate cultural discussion and implement important cultural projects and initiatives.

Gordon Darling

Indigenous Digitisation Partner

The Gordon Darling Foundation supports visual arts access and enjoyment to the broadest possible audience. From January 2017 through to December 2019, the Foundation is supporting AGWA’s Indigenous Digitisation Project.  A key Gallery initiative committed to making all permissible Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander works available online.

Exhibition Sponsors

The Art Gallery of Western Australia warmly acknowledges the generosity of our Exhibition Sponsors, helping us to present a rich and diverse exhibition program for AGWA audiences to enjoy.

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Ernst & Young | Principal Exhibition Sponsor

Ernst & Young have been a major supporter of key exhibitions at AGWA since 2007. Their valued support recognises the importance of contributing to the cultural vibrancy of the WA community.

Year 12 Perspectives Sponsors

Pulse Perspectives and Art Access Partner

Healthway, act-belong-commit are the Principal Partner of Pulse Perspectives and AGWA’s Youth focused Art Access Partner.

Education Sponsors

Pulse Perspectives Education Sponsors

The Gallery is grateful for the generous support of our Education Sponsors, Department of Education and Catholic Education. Not only do they contribute financially to the Pulse Perspectives exhibition but they are integral to helping AGWA to promote the exhibition and circulate information to students and teachers in the WA schools community.

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