Band Together for Arts Law fundraising gig

By Arts Law Centre of Australia on 12th November 2014


Following the success of the sold-out ‘Laughs for Arts’ comedy night earlier this year, the Hearts for Arts Law fundraising committee held its inaugural ‘Band Together for Arts Law’ gig night on 22 October 2014 at FBi Social.



The night featured four talented local Sydney acts including No Illuminati, Embassy, NOIRE and Dobeil.  


Hearts for Arts Law is a committee of enthusiastic young people working to promote and assist the Arts Law Centre of Australia to support Australian artists and arts organisations. The Hon Margaret Beazley AO is President of the Arts Law Centre Board and was instrumental in the formation of Hearts for Arts Law.  The committee’s goal is to host fundraising events to raise awareness and support Arts Law and its mission to empower all Australian arts communities to understand and protect their legal rights. Members of the committee include Allegra Day (Chairperson), Myles Pulsford (Vice Chairperson), Kathryn Barnes (Secretary), Heather Huddleston (Secretary), Alice Byrnes (Artistic Director), Haydn Flack, Faraz Maghami, Nita Rao, Alexandra Gilbert, Lishan Ang, Lyndal Keevers, Sarah Cunynghame, Isabella Street and Jenny Arnup.


Arts Law would like to thank Dobeil, Embassy, NOIRE, No Illuminati, FBi Social, Gallery 9, Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Peter Nelson, Adam Norton, eleven: a music company/John Watson management, Michael Parisi Management and the entire Hearts for Arts Law committee, without whom the night could not have been possible. A very big thank you to everyone who attended the event – your support is appreciated. 

Look out for the committee’s next event on the Arts Law website and the Hearts for Arts Law facebook page here.

If you are interested in joining the Hearts for Arts Law fundraising committee please send your expression of interest to

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