Collaboration is vital.
IOTA partnerships are many and vital. Through collaboration we are able to make amazing things happen. We are grateful for the funding support of state and federal government for specific aspects of our program and the many arts sector and community partnerships that bring expertise and colour to the whole event.
Read the IOTA21 Impact Report.
IOTA gratefully acknowledges the support of so many:
The research and development phase of IOTA24 is supported by the WA Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries; and the Australia Council for the Arts.
IOTA21: Indian Ocean Craft Triennial was supported by
State Government of Western Australia through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries; and Lotterywest
The Australian Government through the Office for the Arts, Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program, the Australia Council for the Arts, the Australian ASEAN Council
Exhibition Partners: Fremantle Arts Centre and John Curtin Gallery
Buy the IOTA21 Exhibition Catalogue.
'Futuring Craft' conference and 'Curiosity & the Cloth' fashion event:
Curtin University School of Design and the Built Environment; Australian Government through the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications – Office for the Arts; and Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program; Business Events Perth; Western Australian Museum; World Crafts Council Australia; and Regional Arts WA
Read the Conference papers and view the recorded presentations.
Festival Partner: Mundaring Arts Centre
Cultural Partners include the Malaysian government through CENDANA, the Royal Thai Embassy and the Australian Cultural Fund
Project partners: Midland Brick, Artforms, Publik, Garland magazine, Maker&Smith, World Crafts Council - Australia
Designers: Isabel Krüger (IZZI), Orla Larkin, Christopher Young (zebra-factory.com)
Printers: Advance Press, Imagesource, Scotts
Preferred Accommodation Partners: Alex Hotel, Tradewinds Hotel, Quest Apartments Fremantle
Independent Curatorial Partnership: Jude van der Merwe, Maggie Baxter, Carola Akindele-Obe, Dr Qassim Saad, Gerald Sanyangore; supported by Dr Anne Farren (Fashion) and Chad Creighton (Aboriginal Arts)
Patrons and Donors: Carola and Oye Akindele-Obe, Maggie Baxter, Patti Belletty, John Catlin, David and Mary Cliff, Heli Donaldson, Patti Ferber, Patrick and Linda Flockhart, Jenny Garroun, Lesley Ann Grimoldby, Richard Hamilton, Jenny Haynes, Janet Holmes à Court, Jim and Freda Irenic, Anna Kanaris, Artitja Fine Art, Jenny Kerr, Jane King, Orla Larkin, Margaret Lehmann, Shelagh Magadza, Lene and Nilesh Makwana, Malcolm McGregor, Kevin Murray, Anne Neil, Philip Noakes, Nien Schwarz, Sherri Staltari, Louise Tasker, Jimmy Thompson, Helen Turner, Jude van der Merwe, Sarah Whiteman, John Curtin Gallery, Western Australia Fibre and Textile Association
Festival Venue Partners
Across the state of Western Australia, galleries, museums and community groups are organising events to align with the Craft Triennial and its themes. Galleries and craft groups from Port Hedland to Albany will present exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, and talks – forming the festival program around the key exhibitions of IOTA21: Indian Ocean Craft Triennial.
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Conference | Fashion Partners
School of Design and the Built Environment