Trusts & Foundations
Bell Shakespeare proudly acknowledges the highly valued support we receive from philanthropic trusts and foundations.
Every year Bell Shakespeare runs a diverse range of national education programs catering for both students and teachers. These include in-school performances, Secondary and Primary Masterclasses, Teacher Masterclasses, Teacher Forums, access programs for students and teachers in challenging socio-economic or geographic circumstances, the John Bell Scholarship and Regional Teacher Mentorship, and Arts Educator placements in areas of special need.
Bell Shakespeare’s education programs are complemented by our online presence. To enable participation by students who live in remote areas, we present a range of interactive online resources including podcasts and discussion forums that link students with actors and directors and with each other.
Bell Shakespeare is increasingly acknowledged as Australia’s national Shakespeare resource by state and federal government representatives of all political persuasions, and by teachers and students.
The national demand for our education programs is far greater than Bell Shakespeare’s ability to deliver. If you represent a philanthropic trust or foundation and would like to learn more about our national and state-specific learning and access programs, please contact Debra Reinecke, Head of Development, on 02 8298 9082 or firstname.lastname@example.org