We thank all our partners and donors for their outstanding support.

Our Partners

Become a Partner

If you would like to partner with us, fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you.

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       Australian War Memorial

Metal Manufactures LTD 

AUStralia Council for the Arts

ACT GOVERNMENT

National Gallery of Australia

       ANU School of MUsic

       french embassy, canberra  

GERMAN Embassy, canberra

 

             

 


Race Against Time Campaign - Thank you

Thank you to each and every one of the generous donors (listed below) to our 2016 Pozible Campaign to raise money for the Septimus Kelly CD, A Race Against Time. We raised $8280!

Quentin Bryce, Alan Roxburgh, John Swindells, Andrew Sempell, John Yu, Glenda Cloughley, JB Smith, Eric Pritchard, Julia Green, Stuart Mackenzie, Ian Latham, Katherine Nolan, Barry Phillips, Joan Margaret Lipscombe, Pieter van Gent, Carrillo Gantner, Paul Martinez, Sandra Goodwin, Suzanne M Packer, Judy Berry, Henry James Byrne, Rob Brennan, Peronelle Windeyer, Lucy Martinez, Richard, Robert Boughen, Michael Lampard, Dan Sloss, Janis Cashman, Joan Beaumont, Patricia Clarke, Rob Brennan, Dave Chalmers, Johanna McBride, Stephen Horn, Michael Politi, Margaret Pullar, Anthony Patis, ColinVivian, William Houston, Andrew Curtin, Jenny Blake, Terry McCullagh, Peter R Lister, Andrew Blanckensee, Anthony Fleming, Liz McGinnis, Hugh Arundel, Bill Crowle, John Guilfoyle, Lynelle Groom, David Geer, Garth Annetts, Michael Leighton Jones, CinqueArtistManagement, Stuart Mackenzie. Anonymous (7).

 

Funding

The project is currently funded through a fellowship awarded to Chris Latham through the Anzac Centenary Fund  and grants from the Franco-German Cultural fund, the British High Commission and the Catalyst fund. In 2017 The Flowers of War was given an artsACT grant for Christopher Latham's work on The Diggers Requiem to be performed in October 2018, and is actively seeking further financial support and presenting partners.

flowers of war supports:

Canberra International Music Festival - presenting Australia's finest art music program including chamber, classical, jazz, contemporary and world music.

Musica Viva is Australia’s oldest independent professional performing arts organisation – a truly national company, and the world's largest presenter of chamber music.