Private Sector clients including Developers and Development Consortia can engage curatorial and project management services to scope, direct and manage public art commissions. Artworks can play a key role in achieving building distinction, landmark values and form part of an overall branding strategy for developments.
Private sector corporations and individuals can engage curatorial services to manage and further develop existing art collections, including collection assessments, acquisition and decommissioning. Artfully can facilitate donation processes including the Federal Government’s Taxation Incentive Scheme for the Arts.
Public sector clients including State Government departments and Local Government authorities can engage curatorial and project management services to scope, develop and implement public art projects and programs. Artfully will seek to integrate projects within wider policy frameworks and achieve outcomes with wide community benefit. Projects can be tailored to specific contexts including art & health, art & environment, art & science and a range of commission methodologies can be developed including artists residencies, industry partnerships, and community cultural development frameworks.
Public sector clients including State Government departments and Local Government authorities can engage planning and policy making services for high level cultural policy and planning frameworks, strategic planning including development frameworks and masterplanning.
Architectural design teams, urban planners and placemaking consultants can engage artfully to value-add to projects at various
stages of the project life, exploring opportunities for creative and conceptual
focus, artwork outcomes, integrated design, stakeholder consultation and
Galleries can engage curatorial and project
management, research and writing services to develop exhibitions both within the
gallery environment and in other public contexts. Projects may have long lead
times to procure partnerships, funding and strategic benefits.
Cultural Services Units can engage planning and policy-making services to
conduct policy review and revision, exploring new focus areas and implementation
methodologies for strategic direction and innovation.
artist groups can engage curatorial and project management services for
exhibitions, events, commissions, grant writing, critical writing and