Join the Biennale of Sydney’s community of distinguished partners and enjoy the benefits of collaborating with a leading platform for art and ideas that is recognised for commissioning and presenting innovative, thought-provoking art from Australia and around the globe.
The Biennale of Sydney wishes to
acknowledge the exceptional contributions of our Founding Patrons, the
Belgiorno-Nettis family; our Principal Patron, the Neilson Foundation;
and our Principal Partner, TWT Property Group.
We are grateful for the
leadership and ongoing support provided by all levels of government in
Australia and around the globe. We acknowledge the Australia Council for
the Arts, the Government of New South Wales, Creative NSW and
Destination NSW, and the City of Sydney.
The abiding commitment of philanthropic foundations in Australia and abroad has been instrumental in bringing each edition of the Biennale of Sydney to fruition.
Become a Partner
The Biennale invites your organisation to join our community of highly respected partners who enjoy the benefits of collaborating with Australia’s most prominent contemporary arts organisation with a significant local and international audience. We are committed to developing mutually beneficial partnerships that achieve your corporate goals.
To become a Partner of the Biennale of Sydney, please contact:
+61 2 8484 8718
Major Government Partners
The Biennale of Sydney applauds 40 years of patronage by Transfield Holdings and the Belgiorno-Nettis Family. The Biennale Archive includes physical records from the first twenty editions of the Biennale of Sydney, forming the most comprehensive archive of national and international art activity in Australia. Since the first edition in 1973 the Biennale has featured over 1,800 artists from more than 100 countries and has grown to become one of Australia’s great cultural events. The Biennale of Sydney has been supported by Transfield Holdings specifically to enable the documentation of the Biennale Archive and its gifting to the Art Gallery of New South Wales as part of the Gallery’s new National Art Archive initiative.