Thanks to our Sponsors
Ravenswood School for Girls is extremely grateful for our sponsors’ generous support of the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize.
Sponsorship of the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize aligns with a commitment to women, arts, education and community.
The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize will showcase the excellence in Visual Arts that Ravenswood has long achieved, and provide a focus for generations of alumni and the wider community together around that excellence.
To enquire about sponsorship opportunities for the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, please contact Kim Williams on email@example.com
Stockland is one of the largest diversified property groups in Australia with more than $15.8 billion of real estate assets. Stockland owns, manages and develops shopping centres, logistics centres and business parks, office assets, residential communities, and retirement living villages. Founded in 1952, today Stockland leverages its diversified model to help create thriving communities where people live, shop and work. Stockland’s vision is to be a great Australian real estate company that makes a valuable contribution to communities and Australia.
Ravenswood Australian Women’s Indigenous Emerging Artist Prize
Supported by the Tritton Family
Proud supporters of the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Indigenous Emerging Artist Prize, the Tritton family has generously contributed to the Ravenswood community over the past six years, including as members of the Ravenswood Foundation and the Ravenswood Parent Association (RPA). In 2019, Don Tritton commenced his role as President of the RPA.
“The importance of supporting Indigenous art from our perspective is to do our bit in helping female artists to receive greater recognition via the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize platform. We have a keen interest in indigenous art and love their works as each piece tells a story, remembering that they had no written language and told stories through their drawings and artworks.” (Don and Tina Tritton)
R.M.Williams OUTBACK is a multi award-winning bi-monthly magazine that captures the essence of remote Australia and, by showcasing it in a positive way, brings alive a world that is unknown to many people.
For more than 20 years, OUTBACK has celebrated life beyond the city – anywhere that is remote, different, challenging and non-urban. It is in south-west Tasmania, the High Country of Victoria, and along the Great Divide in New South Wales, just as much as it is in central Australia.
The subjects covered are as diverse as the outback itself: station owners, ringers, stockmen, farmers, travel and hospitality – industry operators, pilots, doctors, miners, artists and teachers ... anyone who has a close involvement with the outback.
Active Networks started life in 2001 as a single magazine publisher. Based in Brookvale on Sydney’s Northern Beaches,they publish the Peninsula Living, Peninsula Living Pittwater and North Shore Living magazines reaching 132,000 homes from Palm Beach to North Sydney to Chatswood. Active Networksprovides a market solution for businesses through its print magazines across the Northern Beaches and North Shore, as well as Facebook, Instagram and Google advertising anda solution for SEO. Through Active Network’s Think Local, they are equipped to push an organisation’s promotions and events and manage automated email campaigns. Active Networks is proud to have nearly 20 years’ serving local business and residents.
The Art Scene is one of Australia’s largest suppliers of art materials and custom frame. Supporting the needs of professional and emerging artists, the Art Scene stocks all major visual art brands with a large range of products and services. They cater for a variety of framing needs including professional artists’ galleries, corporate jerseys, memorabilia, needlework and tapestries and are based at West Ryde, Sydney.
The Buildcorp Group consists of four teams, each with its own area of specialisation, bringing greater diversity, knowledge and stability to its business. With offices across the east coast of Australia, Buildcorp has a wide range of clients with projects spanning many disciplines of commercial construction, including base building construction, refurbishment, building upgrades, fit-out, remedial building, heavy industrial projects and architectural joinery.
Clarke Murphy Print
Clarke Murphy Print offers a complete printing solution. With all printing finishing and distribution in one facility they can meet the tightest of deadlines.
Pre-press, press, finishing, warehousing and despatch is all managed under one roof, guaranteeing optimum colour management, one point of purchase and consistent quality across all print formats. Clients benefit from five generations of printing experience. From humble beginnings in 1905, the business has grown to become innovative market leaders. Clarke Murphy Print is firmly committed to reducing its environmental impact. Every aspect of production is continually fine-tuned to ensure they are as clean and green as possible. Clarke Murphy Print is based in Chatswood, Sydney.