The Ian Potter Foundation manages three other websites:

  • The Ian Potter Cultural Trust
  • Ian Potter Moving Image Commission (IPMIC)
  • The George Alexander Foundation
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Support for individual artists

The Ian Potter Cultural Trust was established in 1993 by The Ian Potter Foundation to encourage and support the diversity and excellence of emerging Australian artists. The Trust offers grants up to $10000 to assist early career artists of exceptional talent to undertake professional development, usually overseas.

The Ian Potter Cultural Trust
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Educational opportunities for talented students

In 1972, George Alexander AM (1910-2008) set up an independent philanthropic foundation as a way of sharing his wealth and giving back to the community. Today, the main focus of The George Alexander Foundation is access to education for promising young people, particularly students those from rural and remote areas.

The George Alexander Foundation
$100,000 commission for mid-career moving image artists

The Ian Potter Moving Image Commission is Australia's most significant long term commissioning program of new contemporary moving image art by Australian artists. Realised through a partnership between The Ian Potter Cultural Trust and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), this biennial award represents a ten-year commitment to the art form.