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ALL DONATIONS OVER $2 ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

As Queensland’s largest outdoor art exhibition, we are firmly committed to nurturing and supporting artists and inspiring, amusing, uplifting, and capturing the hearts and minds of all who visit. A celebration of narratives and stories spoken through the artworks produced by local, national and international artists.

This year we celebrate 20 years of SWELL, with over 60 artworks on Currumbin Beach and this September marks our most ambitious program yet. In 2022, we invite you to become a part of the success of SWELL. If you share our love for inspiring people through art, nurturing artists, educating children through art workshops and enriching culture on the Gold Coast, help us build a future for this extraordinary event. The generous support from our supporters and patrons has an enormous impact on the artists who exhibit and the community we live in.

As a special thank you this year, all donors who give over $500 will be acknowledged in the SWELL Sculpture Festival Printed Program.

Your donation can help us to:

  • Continue to connect people, art, and place
  • Provide free and accessible events throughout the Festival each year
  • Support professional development of exhibiting artists
  • Provide artists with a higher fee to develop their work
  • Support our Kids Elements programming
  • Bring regional Australian and International artists to the Festival

You can make a donation online (see below) or email us at enquiry@swellscultpure.com.au if you would like to work with us a a partner or sponsor.

Donations over $2 are tax deductible. SWELL has DGR (Deductible Gift Recipient) and TCC (Tax Concession Charity) endorsement from the Australian Taxation Office  and all donations are tax deductible.

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Support the artists! If you share our love for inspiring people through art and want to help us grow.

Be a SWELL friend and make a big difference to the lives of artists and the community.

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