Following the success of the exhibition Paradise on Earth (Museum of Sydney, November 2020 – April 2021), exploring the life and work of artist and architect Marion Mahony Griffin, a giving circle was formed to support SLM’s wide-ranging architecture and design program. 

A giving circle is created when individual donors pool their gifts to make a more significant donation to a cause. The Marion Mahony Griffin Giving Circle includes past recipients of the Marion Mahony Griffin Prize, awarded annually by the Australian Institute of Architects to acknowledge a female architect. Current members of the giving circle are Oi Choong, Louise Cox AO, Kim Crestani, Diane Jones, Jocelyn Jackson and Kathlyn Loseby. As well as enjoying SLM member benefits, giving circle members receive exclusive invitations to events associated with our architecture and design program. 

SLM welcomes the support of the Marion Mahony Griffin Giving Circle and encourages other affiliated groups to consider forming a giving circle to support a special project or program. For more information, please contact Development & Fundraising, at or on 02 8239 2273. 

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Marion Mahony Griffin

Marion Mahony Griffin (detail), William Koehne, Chicago, 1912. National Library of Australia: NLA.OBJ-150275391

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