Donate—

Slow Art Collective, Archiloom 2018, yarn, rope, bamboo, recycled fabric, cable ties, scaffolding. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artists. Installation View: Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, presented in Craftivism. Dissident Objects and Subversive Forms, a Shepparton Art Museum curated exhibition, toured nationally by NETS Victoria 2019-2021.

Donate to NETS Victoria:
Support extraordinary art for
regional communities

As a not-for-profit organisation, NETS Victoria relies on public funding and private donors for support. You can be part of a growing community that contributes to one of Victoria’s longest serving arts organisations. Every dollar makes a difference and no donation is too small. Your contribution will help us to dream big, explore new opportunities, develop innovative projects and adapt to the changing needs of the galleries and creatives we support.

Your donation will directly support the development of high-quality touring exhibitions. It will nurture artists and their careers, providing a platform for them to share their ideas. Most importantly though, it will ensure artists and curators are paid fair fees for their work and expertise. It will also help to ensure our programs are access-friendly and reach people from all walks of life.

With your support, we will be able to attract the best artists to our program, work with curators to create thought-provoking and challenging exhibitions and promote our activities and programs so that outstanding contemporary art is shared and appreciated by diverse audiences across Australia. We are registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) and all donations over $2 are tax deductible.

We thank all donors for their generosity.

Donation

  • $ 0.00

Our donors—

  • 2021

    Claire Watson
  • 2020

    Clare Carmody
    Carolyn Crossley
    Lyn Johnson
    Clare Leporati
    Catherine Pierce
    Jan van Schaik
    Penny Teale
    Claire Watson
    Ellen Wignell