The Fundamentals of Arts Fundraising | Perth
Want to learn the foundations of arts fundraising and development?
Book your spot at our popular one-day arts fundraising workshop in Perth on Wednesday, 6 June 2018.
This workshop is perfect for:
- Emerging arts practitioners who want the basics of arts fundraising, philanthropy and sponsorship
- Established arts practitioners who want a refresher.
You’ll learn about:
- Business partnerships 101
- Philanthropy 101
- How to make your organisation fundraising-ready
- Developing a fundraising plan
- Building a case for support.
This is a chance to network with your peers and meet your presenter and Creative Partnerships Acting State Manager, Marie-Louise Carroll who will provide local perspective, case studies and insights on how to implement what you’ve learned.
Morning and afternoon tea and lunch included.
Your presenter | Marie-Louise Carroll
Our Acting State Manager Western Australia & South Australia, Marie-Louise brings extensive experience in business development, communications, stakeholder management and strategic partnerships.
Prior to her current role, Marie-Louise worked as State Director (NSW) for the Australia Business Arts Foundation, where she advised a wide range of arts organisations on strategies to secure private sector support. Marie-Louise’s experience with the Australian Business Arts Foundation also included work with business and philanthropists to facilitate partnerships and connections with the arts and cultural sector.
Additionally, Marie-Louise spent a number of years as National Relationship Manager for the Surf Life Saving Foundation where she successfully managed internal and external stakeholder, partner and philanthropic relationships across Australia. In this role, she worked with the Year of the Surf Lifesaver Advisory Board to secure an ongoing financial legacy for the organisation.
A former lawyer who has worked for the BBC, Film Victoria and Two Way TV, Marie-Louise served a three-year term as board member (Senior Classifier) on the Classification Board.
Image: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Hatched National Graduate Show 2015. Photo: Toni Wilkinson