Lexi Sekuless

When an artist receives a grant from The Ian Potter Cultural Trust he or she joins more than 1,600 others who are part of our grantee community.

We like to stay to in touch with our grantees, to receive news and updates from your travels and help you to publicise your grant if appropriate. Combined with formal grant reporting, this ongoing communication helps us keep in touch with you, learn what's happening in the arts world and paint a picture of the collective impact of our grants.

Grantees are encouraged to 'like' us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram (@potterculturaltrust) and Twitter (@IPCulturalTrust) to keep up with the Trust's news and events.

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We love to hear your news and share your stories with other grantees and the broader Australian arts community. There are several ways to do this:

(Please note that we reserve the right to edit content. These stories do not take the place of formal grant reports.)

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May 17 2019

Chloe Martin and Alexandra Hines

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Alena Lodkina

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May 15 2019

Angelica Mesiti at the Venice Biennale

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May 01 2019

Jonathon Heilbron

Musician Jonathon Heilbron was supported in 2018 to undergo a fou...

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