The Unconformity 2021 cancelled
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Current Campaign

With the support of Creative Partnerships Australia, in early 2020 The Unconformity will start a fundraising campaign towards a range of new investments into the West Coast creative and cultural sector.

The project aims to:

— resource the appointment of cultural development staff as a source of advice, support and enablement for our community;

— see investments made into a public cultural base, for use by artists, community members and partners;

— develop a fund to support cultural infrastructure, the creation of new work, and professional development support for artists.

Funds raised before 31 May 2021 will be matched up to $50,000 by Creative Partnership Australia's Plus1 program. The Unconformity will commence a fundraising campaign for the program in mid 2020.

To find out more, or to donate towards the project, please contact us by emailing info@theunconformity.com.au.

Our Partners

The Unconformity was founded with the aim of seeding cultural activity in our region. This has only been possible through the intrinsic support by a range of government, private sector, community and artistic partners:

Major Partner:
Events Tasmania

Strategic MOU Partner:
West Coast Council

Funding Partners:
Arts Tasmania
Australia Council for the Arts
Festivals Australia
Creative Partnerships Australia

Technology Partner:
Neon Jungle

Gold Partners:
Hydro Tasmania
MMG Mining Ltd
RACT
Mt Lyell Anchorage
Mona Foma
WD Booth Memorial Trust

Silver Partners:
The Mercury
Southern Cross Television
Bluestone Mining JV
Setori Engineering
Federal Group
The Empire Hotel
Gaspersic Contracting

Copper Partners:
Tasrail
Queenstown Marketplace
Evans IGA
Telstra.

Contact Us

You can make a difference by joining The Unconformity and supporting our work on the West Coast of Tasmania. Contact us by emailing info@theunconformity.com.au to organise a conversation and find out more.

The Unconformity acknowledges the palawa people as the original and traditional custodians of lutruwita / Tasmania. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this land.