Medici Collective Investment
Annual investment of a $2,000 tax deductible donation will be acknowledged as a
Annual investment of a $10,000 tax deductible donation or bequest will be acknowledged as a Medici Patron.
JamFactory invites Medici Patrons to invest $10,000 per annum for two years as part of our Patrons+ initiative and your donation will be generously matched up to the value of $50,000 by Creative Partnerships Australia. Your generous donation through the Patrons+ initiative will specifically support the new generation of creative talent by providing funding for career changing travel scholarships and creatively charged workshops with visiting industry mentors.
Medici Collective Benefits
The Medici Collective will have the rewarding experience of connecting with our passionate young Associates and the professional artists and designers who mentor them. As a Medici you will have privileged access to JamFactory’s studios and galleries and an association with like-minded individuals who share a desire to have greater immersion in the organisations they support.
Visionaries who invest in the Medici Collective will be acknowledged in print, on-line and within the JamFactory buildings. The Medici will have significant opportunities to meet and engage with our Associates and learn of their progress throughout the year, and equally the Associates and studio mentors will gain from the invaluable influence and involvement of the Medici Collective.
For more details about the Medici Collective please contact
Nikki Hamdorf on (08) 8410 0727 or email@example.com
Through the Medici Collective’s influence, JamFactory Associates
have experienced career changing opportunities locally and internationally.
Ceramics Studio Associate Kerryn Levy travelled to Onishi, Japan to undertake a month long artist residency at Shiro Oni Studio.
Kerryn Levy. Photo: Andre Castellucci
Levy’s Natural Landscape series that was developed during her residency in Japan. Photo: Kerryn Levy.
Second year Furniture Studio Associates Dean Toepfer and Andrew Carvolth travlled to Lessac, France to take part in Domaine de Boisbuchet’s summer workshops program.
Andrew Carvolth and Dean Toepfer. Photo: Courtesy of Domaine de Boisbuchet.
Carvolth’s knife design from Philippe Malouin’s workshop ‘Mass Production”. Photo: Courtesy of Domaine de Boisbuchet.
Australian designer, Tom Skeehan challenged the Associates to develop, prototype and present a product design during an intensive 3-day product development workshop.
Dean Toepfer and Tom Skeehan.
“Tom created an open honest and energetic space to step outside of own heads and experiement freely.” - Sarra Tzijan (pictured) on the mentorship with Tom Skeehan.
JamFactory would like to acknowledge and sincerely thank the Medici Collective for their ongoing support.
MEDICI COLLECTIVE PATRONS
Colin and Marie Goodall
David and Dulcie Henshall Foundation
David McKee AO and Pam McKee
Robyn and Kingsley Mundey AM
Dave and Kate Stock
MEDICI COLLECTIVE PATRONS
Paul and Janelle Amos
Noelene Buddle and David Shannon
Jim and Helen Carreker
John Chambers and Dawn Taylor
Geoff Day OAM and Anne Day
Shane and Kate Flowers
Paul and Angela Gillett
Patricia Roche Greville and Dr Hugh Greville
Philippe and Diana Jaquillard
John Kirkwood and Wendy Alstergren
Rosina and Marco Di Maria
Paul and Fatima McHugh
David and Sue Minns
Roger and Helen Salkeld
Peter Vaughan and Anne Barker
Association of Australian Decorative & Fine Arts Societies
JPE Design Studio