Membership is vital. Artists and supporters are a valued part of the NorthSite story and community. Simple annual Membership for $55 with a range of perks, events and professional development opportunities.
Patrons are our best friends. We are growing the concept of backyard philanthropy, one best friend at a time. We rely upon the generosity of Patrons to fund extra projects, such as new design, systems, advertising or specialised support for artists. Young Patrons are the hottest tickets in town only $3,500 for all the good feels.
Help us to strengthen contemporary artistic practice in Far North Queensland by making a fully tax-deductible donation today.
We tailor your Donation to the Arts to your interests and keep you updated on what your support allows us to achieve each year.
NorthSite (formerly KickArts Contemporary Arts) is the leading contemporary arts organisation in regional Queensland and is a significant cultural resource, presenting and promoting the unique art, craft and design of our diverse community.
We raise more than 60% of our revenue through our commercial activities, sponsorship and donations. These provide substantial and essential funding that we reinvest back into our creative program.
KickArts is registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) with the Australian Taxation Office. Donations to the KickArts Contemporary Arts Limited Donations Fund are tax deductible for amounts of $2 or more. Your gift will be invested in our creative program so we can extend the program and provide professional services to artists whilst presenting and promoting them and their work.
By gifting to NorthSite will receive a tax deduction to the equivalent of your donation. We provide a receipt for taxation purposes, with all the necessary information required.
To discuss how you can be a part of innovative contemporary arts and culture please contact NorthSite. We welcome the opportunity to discuss how to make a gift to NorthSite that works best for you. The arts needs individual supporters and champions, particularly in regional Queensland