Nomination open for Western Australian Business and the Arts Partnership Awards

Business and Art aren’t always thought of together – however Art has a long history of involvment with Business – think of the Medicis

Today the model for the relationship is more partnership than patronage and these partnerships are celebrated and rewarded  through the Western Australian Business and the Arts Partnership Awards.

Our own partnership with Rio Tinto for the Better Beginnings programme was highly commended in the 2007 awards.  A full listing of the 2007 (and previous) winners can be found in the 2007 awards booklet (pdf document).

Nominations are now open for the 2008 awards – full information including nomination forms and selection criteria is available on the WA Department of Culture and the Arts Website.

 

Get nominating!

4 thoughts on “Nomination open for Western Australian Business and the Arts Partnership Awards

  1. hey,

    my name is farran and my friend has apainting and the only thing it has on the back of it is “Ritratto Di Bambino”

    if any one can help me it would be great.

  2. Hi Farran, if you run those words through the Babelfish translator for Italian to English they mean “Child Portrait” (Just google to find Babelfish) – if you need more help try contacting your local library system…

  3. hello my name is aim and i need some information on Lorenzo De Medici. Please help me find websites on him and the Medici Family. Thank you.

    • Hi Aim, you’ll need to contact your own local library to ask this kind of question! If you are in Australia I suggest you try AskNow – http://www.asknow.gov.au – to connect to an online librarian who will help you with your search!

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