APHIDS gratefully acknowledges our many collaborators, supporters, partners and friends who have contributed to our ongoing program.


APHIDS is supported by; the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding & advisory body; the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and Business Victoria; Restart Investment to Sustain & Expand (RISE) Fund – an Australian Government initiative; the City of Melbourne through its Arts & Culture Investment Program; Yarra City Arts; and through our presenting and commissioning partners and venues.

APHIDS thanks our donors, whose generosity and support makes our art possible:

Alexia White, Amelia Wallin, Angharad Wynne-Jones, Antony Hamilton, Arianne Rose, Benjamin Forster, Bikram Singh, Brad Spolding, Bruce Gladwin, Chanie Stock, Dan Koop, Diana Goldenfein, Donna Luker, Emily Sexton, Emma Telfer, Eugene Schlusser, Fay Bock, Genevieve Lacey, Georgie Meagher, Grant Alexander, Greer Evans, Hannah Fox, Helen Lieberman, Henry Wolff, Irene Finkelde, Jamie Lewis, Jason Maling, Jess Oliveri, Jo Porter, Joel Stern, Julius Rath, Kate Sulan, Kerewin Huck, Kiloran Hiscock, Kim Brockett, Lynda Roberts, Lucy Bleach, Lz Dunn, Madeline Hawcroft, Maggie Meagher, Marc Goldenfein, Mariam Arcilla, Max Delany, Meredith Martin, Michaela Coventry, Michelle Reichinger, Monika Pekevska, Nicole Beyer, Peggy Cole, Rod Cuthbert, Rory Johnson, Ryan Johnston, Sarah Rowbottam, Simon Abrahams, Susie Quillinan, Talbot Fulthorpe, Thea Baumann, Tommy Thoms, Tim Webster, Tom Supple, Ulanda Blair, Vivien Allimonos, Romy Ash, Filanthy and Jack Nalpantidis, Simon Abrahams, Danny Bos, Emma Webb, James Sormann, Sasha Di Sipio, Priya Pavri and Lucy Pitt. 


Creative Victoria 


Business Victoria

City of Melbourne

Australia Council


Arts House

Collingwood Yards

RISING Festival

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art

Long Prawn

Platform Arts

Playking Foundation

State Library Victoria

The Substation 

Regional Arts Victoria

WinterWild Festival



APHIDS acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Boon wurrung peoples on whose lands we live and work. Sovereignty was never ceded and we pay our respect to past, present, and future Aboriginal elders and community, and to their long and rich history of artmaking on this Country.