Nominations to the State Arts and Culture Partnership Honours are open to organisations, businesses and individuals who demonstrate an outstanding partnership.
Nominations can be submitted by the arts/cultural partner, the business partner, philanthropist or a third-party not part of the partnership.
- Partnership activities must have occurred between 1 July 2016 and 30 June 2017.
- Nominations can be made for more than one category.
- The assessment panel reserves the right to enter your nomination into another category if deemed a more appropriate fit.
- A partnership is defined as a relationship with a mutual exchange of benefits that meet all parties’ objectives. These can include, but are not limited to the provision of expertise or skill exchange, shared use of resources, services, volunteers, products or equipment. The benefits exchanged may include cash, in-kind or contra support.
- A business partner can be an individual, organisation or business within the private sector, a local government authority or an eligible state government agency (grants do not constitute a partnership).
- An arts or cultural partner can be any Western Australian arts or cultural organisation or individual artist for an arts or cultural event, project or facility.
- Nominations must be delivered on or before the due date. Late nominations will not be accepted.
All eligible nominations will be assessed by a panel of business and art leaders and will receive a commemorative certificate signed by the Minister of Culture and the Arts.
The panel will select nominations that they consider to be particularly outstanding; these candidates will be presented with a Special Commendation of Honour by the Minister at an invitation only event to be held on Thursday 31 August 2017 at His Majesty’s Theatre.
For enquiries contact: Ms Aly May, Senior Project Officer, Development 6552 7366 or email email@example.com