UMI Arts Funding Partners

UMI arts values the partnerships we strive to strengthen and maintain.


We understand and appreciate the significance of growing partnership with like minded organisations that share the same belief as us and this is that aboriginal and torres strait islander arts and culture have an inspirational and transformational effect on those who are most vulnerable and disadvantaged.


Our valued FUNDING partners include:


Australian Government, Department of Communications and the ARTS

Supported through the Australian Government’s Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program

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Australian Government, Australia Council for the Arts

Supported through the Australia Councils Visual Arts Craft Strategy

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The Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy (VACS)

Supported by the Visual Arts and Crafts Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments

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Arts Queensland

UMI Arts is assisted by the Queensland Government, through Arts Queensland

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umi arts also GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGES the following partners

Tourism and Events Queensland

Supported by Tourism and Events Queensland Regional Development Program

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The Visual Arts and Craft Strategy (VACS)

Supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments

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The Australia Council - National Indigenous Arts Infrastructure Program - Building Organisation (NIAIP)

Supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body

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Cairns Regional Council Partnership Grant

The UMI Arts Indigenous Markets are supported by the Cairns Regional Council

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Cairns Regional Council Esplanade

The UMI Arts Indigenous Markets are assisted by the Cairns Esplanade, Cairns Regional Council.

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The Australian Government Regional Arts Fund

The UMI Arts Exhibition Ready in Community project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Program, the Regional Arts Fund, which gives artists and communities throughout regional, rural, and remote Australia better access to opportunities to practice and experience the arts

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The Australia Council - Skills and Arts Development for Organisations

UMI Arts Annual event Big Talk One Fire is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body

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The Australian Government Festivals Australia

The Australian Government is proud to be associated with UMI Arts Big Talk One Fire Event.

The Small Sister Small Brother component of this festival is made possible by Festivals Australia, an Australian Government program which supports cultural activity at regional and community festivals

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The Australian Government Festivals Australia

The Australian Government is proud to be associated with UMI Arts annual Big Talk One Fire event.

The Small Sister Small Brother component of this festival is made possible by Festivals Australia, an Australian Government program which supports cultural activity at regional and community festivals

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The Queensland Government Gambling Community Benefit Fund

The purchase of a 4WD vehicle for UMI Arts was funded by the Queensland Government's Gambling Community Benefit Fund"

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The Reef Hotel Casino Community Benefit Fund

A collection of musical instruments and equipment for UMI Arts music programs was proudly funded by the Queensland Government's Reef Hotel Casino Community Benefit Fund

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Arts Queensland - Backing Indigenous Arts

The UMI Arts Markets project has received financial assistance from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland's Backing Indigenous Arts program

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Multicultural Affairs Queensland, Department of Communities

The migrant and refugee participation component of the UMI Arts Big Talk One Fire Indigenous Cultural Festival has been supported by the Department of Communities through Multicultural Affairs Queensland". website

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