Business Leadership Award
For an individual working in the business sector who through their leadership, advocacy, practice and example has made an exceptional contribution to Australia’s cultural life by fostering increased investment and engagement between business and the arts.
Business Leadership Award Criteria
- The nominee has a strong record of leading and generating business investment in the arts.
- The nominee’s commitment to business partnerships with the arts has been sustained over a period of time.
- The nominee is a recognised leader and advocate working within the business community to foster engagement between business and the arts.
- The nominee’s impact on the sustainability of the arts sector is recognised and acknowledged by the business and arts sectors.
2021 Scott Hutchinson
2020 Andy Penn
2019 Helen Carroll & Ian Kew
2018 Adrian Fini OAM
2017 Ian Narev
2016 Julieanne Alroe & Richard Goyder AO
2013 Dr Helen Nugent AO
2012 Kim Williams AM
2011 Sam Walsh AO
2010 Rick Allert AO
2009 Kerry Stokes AC
2008 James Strong AO
2007 Ian Darling AO
2006 David Clarke AO
2005 David Gonski AC & Harold Mitchell AC
2004 Ken Tribe AC
2003 Janet Holmes a Court AC
2002 Anthony Berg AM
2001 Michael Chaney AO
View our previous Business Leadership Award recipient’s videos for inspiration for your nomination.
Philanthropy Leadership Award
For an individual, family, group or foundation or other entity that through their leadership, advocacy, practice and example has contributed significantly to the arts and encouraged philanthropic giving to the arts.READ MORE
Arts Leadership Award
For an individual working in the arts and cultural sector who through their leadership, advocacy, practice and example has made an exceptional contribution to promoting private sector’s investment into Australia’s cultural life; demonstrating vision, commercial acumen and strategic thinking in their engagement with donors and business, and encouraging increased giving to the arts.READ MORE
Emerging Philanthropy Leadership Award
For an individual who is new to the philanthropic sector (within the last five years) and whose leadership and contribution to the arts is shaping the future of philanthropy and private giving in Australia’s cultural sector.READ MORE