When this grassroots art gallery ran its first-ever capital campaign, its fundraising team acquired some valuable insights to use in the future. Lise Taylor reports. When this grassroots art gallery ran its first-ever capital campaign, its fundraising team acquired some valuable insights to use in the future. Lise Taylor reports. After Mosman Art Gallery in Sydney, NSW, achieved success in the 2015/2016 grant application round in Creative Partnerships Australia’s Plus1 matched funding program, it set out to leverage this support. At the time, the Gallery had acquired and installed Country, a series of 24 carved trees by Aboriginal artist Warwick Keen, as a permanent public artwork in its forecourt. The…

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