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PRINCIPLE SUPPORTER

City of Yarra has supported the Gertrude Street Projection Festival for many years Through their Create Yarra triennial grant funding they have provided the foundation funding for the festival from 2017 - 2019 and we are delighted to have recently been awarded the Celebrate Yarra grant funding for 2020 - 2022 which continues to provide.  We thank Yarra for their tremendous and ongoing support. 

MAJOR SUPPORTERS

Epson again supports GSPF allowing artists to experiment with the latest technology and providing our audiences with amazing true to life colour projections with outstanding brightness along Gertrude Streets busy shopping strip.  We thank Epson for their ongoing support of Australia’s longest-running projection festival.

Pace Development Group is proudly supporting the 2019 GSPF as we celebrate with them their 100th build on the Wellington/ Langridge St corner in Collingwood.  Pace has proudly shown their community focus supporting both GSPF and commissioning a wall mural through Yarra Youth Services as part of this year’s program.  

Man With A Van has been a valued supporter of GSPF for many years, from supplying trucks as performance venues to loaning lighting and sound equipment.  This year they will provide valued support of the Closing Night Block Party and have provided the GSPF Project Space to  provide an amazing experience for audiences in 2019. 

Besen Family Foundation endeavours to benefit and add significant value to the community through funding.  We are privileged to receive funding from the Besen Family Foundation to support the development of the artform and deliver the 2019 Gertrude Street Projection Festival. 

PROGRAM SUPPORTERS

INDUSTRY SUPPORTERS

LOCAL SUPPORTERS

AWARD SUPPORTERS

AWARD SUPPORTERS

DONORS

Erica and Troy Wass

Rebecca Tattersall

Mike Kendall

Tennant Reed

Sharon Nathani

Darren & Bianca Bowman

Philip Pasche

Kym Ortenburg

Daniel Rizio

Peter Jetnikoff

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Gertrude Street Projection Festival acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the traditional owners of the lands on which Gertrude Street Projection Festival is located.
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