At PICA we recognise that we are situated within the unceded lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We pay our respects and offer our gratitude to Elders past and present, and to those emerging leaders in the community. We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the importance of their care and continued connection to culture, community and Country.

Always was, always will be.

We are open today from 10am to 5pm. Our exhibitions are always free.

Support

Support

As a not-for-profit cultural organisation, PICA believes that contemporary artists are the trailblazers, innovators and change-makers that give us a glimpse of what is possible. In acknowledgement of this, we work hard to make contemporary arts experiences accessible and engaging to diverse communities, while championing radical new art practices and embracing challenging subject matter that fosters awareness and understanding.

To do all of this, we need the support of individuals like you who share our values, our sense of adventure and our desire to create career-defining moments for artists and life-enhancing experiences for audiences.

When you donate to PICA you are putting your appreciation of art and artists, and your belief in their positive impact on people and communities, into action. Becoming a PICA Donor is a simple yet powerful way to express your support for contemporary art and keep PICA free for everyone.

Put your feelings into action and help us define how the contemporary arts are created, supported, experienced and valued. Gifts of every size make a difference and donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible. 

Donor Program

Under $1,250

Instant Philanthropy

Put simply, philanthropy means “love of humanity”. If you believe art benefits us all and should be freely available to everyone, give what you can and become an Instant Philanthropist.

Every dollar makes a difference and any amount over $2 is tax deductible.

Donors who give $100 or more are acknowledged on the PICA website.

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Over $1,250

Annual Giving

Join PICA’s award winning annual giving program as an ART1000 Donor ($1,250), Art Ambassador ($2,500), or Director’s Circle Donor ($5,500). Direct your donation to one of our vital program areas, see the outcomes of your support and be kept up to date on your impact.

  • Art 1000 – Donations support PICA’s annual Hatched: National Graduate Show and grow PICA’s Creative Learning program, specifically free educational activities and tours. 
  • Art Ambassadors – Donations support PICA’s Studio and Creative Development Programs and enjoy a stronger connection with others through their love for contemporary arts.
  • Director’s Circle – Donations support new programming led by PICA’s Director/CEO to create artistic opportunities and experiment with creative ideas.

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Over $10,500

Art Commissioners

Multi-year investments in our Art Commissioners program enable us to commit to long-range engagement with artists and nurture them every step of the way – from first concept to final presentation.

Through this critical support, artists can take the next big leap in their practice and bring their most ambitious ideas to life.

Art Commissioners donate $10,500 or more per year over three years and closely follow their supported projects, forming personal connections with commissioned artists.


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For further information or to pledge your support, please contact our Development Manager at philanthropy@pica.org.au or on (08) 9228 6306.

Current Donors

Thank you to all our donors

Legacy Gifts

Pays homage to PICA’s heritage building and the communities who collaborate, explore and create here.

Simpson Family for the Judy Wheeler Commission

Bequests

Are enduring gift that celebrates contemporary artists as trailblazers, innovators and change-makers.

Griselda Hitchcock, Estate of Shelagh Wakely, artist

Art Commissioners $10,500+

Make it possible for PICA to create career-defining moments for artists and life-enhancing experiences for audiences.

Mark Clapham and Dr Andrew Mulcahy

Marco D’Orsogna and Terry Scott

Frédéric and Capucine Flipo

Theo and Sia Kailis

Darryl Mack and Helen Taylor Mack

David and Jenny Martin

The Ungar Family Foundation

Director’s Circle $5,500+

Champion PICA’s cutting-edge programs that challenge mainstream ideologies and advance Australia’s cultural landscapes and conversations.

Di Bain and John Poynton

Wesfarmers Arts

Art Ambassadors $2,500+

Enable PICA’s Studio and Creative Development Programs, affording artists the time and opportunity to nurture their artistic practices and careers.

Zelinda Bafile

Bux Charitable Foundation

Desi and Marcus Canning AM

Robyn Glindemann

Stefan Hetzel

Amanda and Justin Mannolini

Helen Nicholas

Mariana Eleni Simeon

sweet pea

Courtney Talbot

Anonymous (1)

Art 1000 $1,250+

Support PICA’s annual Hatched: National Graduate Show and Creative Learning Programs, providing emerging artists and students with meaningful engagement and career pathways in the arts.

Sarkis Akopov and Karine Turkmenian

Peter and Stella Blaxell

Noor Blumer, Blumer Lawyers

Greer Bradbury

James Brown and Kim Mercer

Naomi Button

Georgia Carter

Laura Cassie

Susanna Castleden

Joe Chindarsi and Andy Patrick

Tony Chong

Mark Coughlan

Marisa D’Orsogna

Penelope Eagle

Dane Etheridge and Brooke Fowles

Don Fini

Paul and Susanne Finn

Kelly Fliedner

Elizabeth Fong

Minali Gamage

Warwick Hemsley AO

Annabel and Matthew Keogh

Janet and Rob Kirkby

Waldemar Kolbusz

The Honourable Dr Andrew Lu AM and Dr Geoffrey Lancaster AO

Hilary Macdonald

Jo Malone and Michael Malone OAM

Allan Miles and Steven Shadwell

Rebecca and Gary O’Brien

Willy and Mimi Packer

Kate Parker

Katie Porter

Jamie Price and Gillian Gallagher

Richard Prunster

Linda and Andy Robb

Christian Schoene

Kristin Schultz and Mark Parfitt

Richard Stone

Sutherland Crisp

Phil Thick and Paula Rogers

Anne Tunnecliffe

Martina Ucnikova and Gordon Davies

Melvin Yeo and Brigette Sheen

Instant Philanthropists $100–$1,249

Every dollar helps PICA to foster the development of and engagement with contemporary arts and ideas.

Alana Culverhouse

Peter Kift

Anonymous (1)

Donate-a-seat $100+

Helps refurbish the notoriously uncomfortable seating in PICA’s Performance Space and supports daring and bold performance artists to engage and inspire audiences.

Austral Fisheries

James Brown

Georgia Carter

Mark Clapham

Marco D’Orsogna and Terry Scott

Mark Ellis

Kelly Fliedner

Minali Gamage

Jillian Gill

Tarryn Gill

Robyn Glindemann

David Geoffrey Hall

Hawker Watts Pty Ltd

Hesperia

HHG Legal Group

Humich Family

Hunt Architects

Zoé Lenard and Hamish Milne

David and Jenny Martin

pvi collective

The Rechabite

Bella Snell

John Snell

Mike Snell

Ted Snell and Mary Moore

Richard Stone and Meleta Jones

sweet pea

Tim and Chris Ungar

Melvin Yeo and Brigette Sheen

July 2023
Donors are updated annually

Partners

PICA offers unique opportunities for partners to engage with new audiences and demonstrate your corporate values in a different way. By becoming a PICA Partner, your company will be aligned with Perth’s leading contemporary arts organisation that is a key figure on the national arts’ landscape. Your corporate values can be aligned with cutting-edge programs and performances, PICA’s Studio and Creative Development Programs, Creative Learning Programs, public programming and events, and life-enhancing experiences for audiences.

With access to PICA’s striking heritage building, partners will receive packages tailored to their organisational and strategic goals.

We invite you to join with us and make a positive impact in arts and culture by becoming a PICA Partner.

For more information, contact Anne Tunnecliffe, Development Manager on philanthropy@pica.org.au or 08 9228 6306.

Djilba/Kambarang Season Partners

Government Partners

Community Engagement Partner

City of Perth

Media Partners

Media Partners Schwarz Media, JCDecaux

Supporting Partners

Duilian supported by

TWO presented in association with

Asia Pacific Exchange Program supported by

Asia Pacific Exchange Program is supported by Grey Projects and Taipei Artist Village.

The Judy Wheeler Commission is supported by the Simpson Family.

Our sincere thanks to Project 11 for their support of the PICA/Makassar University Artist Exchange Program.

Champions

Marco D’Orsogna

Commissioners Champion

“Being involved in the Commissioning Fund has been a truly rewarding experience. For me, helping to provide the means to access the essential tools and people for the development of a creative work and then witnessing the result, is exceptionally gratifying. I love the fact that PICA pushes creative boundaries and the result is always surprising, poignant and thoroughly entertaining.”

Minali Gamage

Art1000 Champion

“I remember the very moment I knew I wanted to give to PICA and be a part of its journey… It was during a conversation I had with PICA’s Philanthropy Manager where she talked me through all that PICA does with contemporary artists, over what can sometimes be many years, to nurture and support them as they hone their practice and develop as artists and, importantly, as people. This ‘quiet and steady’ approach leading to a relationship with an artist of depth and longevity captivated me and I knew I wanted in.”