Our partnerships are collaborations that fund us, work with us, share expertise, and support us in delivering our objectives. Thank you to each of our partners for their ongoing support and contribution.

If you’re interested in partnering with the Centre for Stories, please get in touch.

Corporate Partners

Project Funding
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Ian Potter Foundation

Funded Projects: Writing Change, Writing Inclusion

Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

Funded Projects: Journal, Backstories, Inclusion Matters

Creative Partnerships Australia

Funded projects: Changing Minds, Changing Lives

Curtin University

Funded Projects: Rule Breakers 

Department of Foreign Affairs and  Trade

Funded Projects: Lintas Laut

City of Perth

Funded Projects: Side Walks, Inner City Residency 


Funded Projects: I Am… (coming soon)

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State Library of Western Australia 

Funded Projects: COVID-19 Stories (coming soon), 16 Days, 16 Stories

Copyright Agency

Funded Projects: JournalInclusion Matters

City of Armadale

Funded Projects: Schools Program

Aspen Corporate Financial Planning

Funded Projects: Side Walks

Rayner Real Estate

Funded Projects: Side Walks

Herbert Smith Freehills

Funded Projects: Side Walks

Cape Lodge

Wine sponsor. 

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State Library of Western Australia works with the Centre for Stories to broaden the Centre’s reach, and to develop projects that connect Western Australia to writers from the Indian Ocean region.

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The Blue Room Theatre connects playwrights with Centre for Stories’ storyteller community to bring selected stories collected by the Centre to the stage.


Lit Live runs a monthly event at the Centre for Stories that features local actors performing short stories.

LIMINAL and the Centre for Stories work together to profile Asian-Australian writers, creatives and thinkers in a series of online and print interviews. 

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Rumata ArtSpace and the Centre for Stories are developing an exchange program that will result in a residency in Makassar for a local author and one in Perth for a writer from Makassar.

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Screenwest and the Centre for Stories work together to develop opportunities for diverse storytellers to bring their stories to screen.

Alex Hotel occasionally provides a venue for Centre for Stories’ events with the intention of supporting local business and bringing the Centre’s stories to new audiences.

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