Partners

KALACC wishes to acknowledge and thank the corporate partners who enable us to maintain our operations and to provide the range of services which we do. In particular, we wish to thank the following agencies, with which we have multi year agreements in place:

Commonwealth Government:
  • Office of the Arts
  • FaHCSIA
  • Department of Health and Aging
  • Attorney General
  • Australia Council for the Arts

State Government:
  • Department of Aboriginal Affairs
  • Department of Culture and the Arts
  • Department of Community Development
  • Department of Child Protection and Family Support

Industry:
  • Browse FLNG Development

Philanthropy:
  • John T Reid Charitable Trust

KALACC is registered with the Australian Taxation office as a charity. The ATO recognizes KALACC as being a Deductible Gift Recipient, a Public Benevolent Institution and an income tax exempt not for profit entity. We also recognize our research partnerships with the following institutions:

  • Murdoch University
  • Nulungu Research Institute
  • University of Woolongong
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Sister Organisations

KALACC has a shared history spanning 30 years with the Kimberley Land Council and the Kimberley Language Resource Centre. The three organisations are working together to develop and implement a Kimberley Regional Partnership Agreement. In addition, KALACC works in partnership with other cultural organisations to deliver artistic outcomes. In particular, we have close working relationships with Magabala Books, Mangkaja Arts and the Mowanjum Art Centre.
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