INSPIRING HEALTHIER, HAPPIER + INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE INTERPLAY OF ARTS + LIFESTYLE
The Beulah Foundation acts as a philanthropic extension of Beulah, building on the founders’ strong commitment of community investment and social impact; the foundation is dedicated to support the development of healthier and more equitable urban places through a commitment to arts and society through a number of cultural forms, including visual arts, photography, crafts, design and moveable cultural heritage.
Through the curation of cultural initiatives and activations that focus on art, wellbeing and sustainability in and around the City of Melbourne, Beulah Foundation aims to nurture the interplay between arts and lifestyle to inspire and build healthier, happier and inclusive communities that inspire, empower, and create lasting positive change.
CURRENT + UPCOMING Activations
SEEDS OF CHANGE
AUG 2023 – DEC 2023
118 City Rd, SOuthbank, VIC, 3006
Experience the transformative power of “Seeds of Change,” an immersive exhibition designed to highlight local and global food insecurity, while simultaneously exploring the future of retail. The exhibition is presented as an engaging guided tour where visitors will experience a weaving story scape that explores the impact Empower has had and how as a society, we have the opportunity to reimagine the relationship between consumerism and a giving mindset.
Brought to you by Empower Australia and the Beulah Foundation as part of the Lab for Positive Change series; this is one of many upcoming exhibitions that will offer benefits to the local community, whilst raising awareness on key societal issues.
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a public art piece commissioned by Beulah foundation for the city of Melbourne
The former BMW site in Southbank is set to bloom into a biophilic oasis, with Melbourne-based artist George Rose represented by Juddy Roller set to transform the rooftop into a large-scale mural of Australian natives.
Commissioned by Beulah Foundation, the artwork aspires to promote art, well-being and sustainability, while advancing culture in and around the City of Melbourne.
The concept for the mural focuses on rejuvenating the current site’s urbanscape and will be complementary to the eye-catching Atong Atem mural that adorns the exterior of Hanover House, with both sites celebrating local female artists.
The vibrant piece adds colour and life to the area, aspiring to bring joy to workers, residents and visitors, especially those in surrounding tall towers who will be able to enjoy the rooftop mural daily. It helps to spark imagination of the integration of life and biophilia with the future built environment, enhancing the connection between people and nature in cities.