Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund

“To be an artist is to believe in life” – Henry Moore

If an artist believes in life … then we believe in artists and support them to be the best that they can be.

The Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund has been developed to provide financial assistance to Australian artists registering their work in the Adelaide Fringe, and to help disadvantaged groups experience Fringe shows. In 2018, fifteen grants totalling $106,000 were awarded to independent Australian artists to support their work in the 2019 Adelaide Fringe. You can find more about all of our recipients here.

Donating to the Artist Fund

You can donate to the Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund through a dollar-donation at ticket purchase, by joining our Donor Circle as a Friend, Innovator or Visionary, or through a bequest.

Find out more about how to donate here. 

“Adelaide Fringe was established as an un-curated festival for independent artists to present their own work. That philosophy is as important today as it was then, and artists need your help”
Frank Ford AM Founding Chair, Adelaide Fringe

Information For Artists 

Applications for our 2019 Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund grants are now closed. 

The Adelaide Fringe would like to acknowledge our friends that make up our Donors Circle and thank them for their generous support.

Fringe Innovators

Michael Clark and Dr Beth Loveday

Friends of Fringe Artists

Frank Ford & Sam Harvey

Sir James & Lady Joan Hardy

Sue & Geoff Boettcher

Angelique and Michael Boileau

Julie & John von Doussa

Julia Pitcher & Julie Owens

Annabel Mangal & Bronte Mawson

Johnny Taranto

David & Vicki Minear

Peter & Alison Hanlon

Andrew van Essen & Julie Moralee

Ruth & Fiona Croall

Daniela Cirocco

Gillian & Max Redman-Lloyd

Andrew & Melissa Mailler

Marjorie Fitz-Gerald

Heidi Angove

Nick Phillips & Heather Croall

Andrew Coombe & Belinda Redman

Nicholas Linke

John Koerber & Melody Howlett

Naomi Ebert-Smith

Jan Turbill

Shane Daniell

 

 

 

 

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