Who funds InReview?

Donors support InReview because they believe that independent and professional criticism is crucial to a thriving arts sector.

Feb 01, 2021, updated Oct 26, 2021

The reviews and commentary we publish aren’t edited or vetted by our funding supporters – so the journalism and reviews here remain independent.

Some of our backers are supporting particular projects. The Helpmann Academy, for example, is supporting us by funding a mentorship project which will connect experienced reviewers with writers new to the form.

Key funders of this project so far include:

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  • Solstice Media
  • The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas
  • Creative Partnerships Australia
  • The Helpmann Academy
  • James Darling AM 
  • Ulrike Klein AO
  • Tracey Whiting AM
  • Arts South Australia
  • HLB Mann Judd

We are looking for more supporters – including individuals – to make this project a sustainable, long-term contributor to South Australian arts and culture.

Solstice has formed a separate organisation to run the project – the Australian Reviewers and Critics Fund – which can receive tax-deductible donations from individuals and organisations via the Australian Cultural Fund.

Go here to find out more and make a donation. Any amount will help us in this work.

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