The Walter Burley Griffin Society has launched the Marion Mahony Griffin Funding Request to help finance a contemporary sculpture in honour of Marion.
The Walter Burley Griffin Society was established in 1988 in Sydney, Australia. It commemorates the lives and works of Walter Burley Griffin (1876–1937) and Marion Mahony Griffin (1871–1961) and promotes the environmental ideals and community life they fostered in Australia.
To commemorate the centenary of the Griffins’ Castlecrag and the 150th anniversary of Marion Mahony Griffin’s birth in 2021, the Society has launched the Marion Mahony Griffin Funding Request to help finance a contemporary sculpture in honour of Marion.
Donors can be one of a small number of people who will enjoy some specially organised private events during the next few months.
Private tour of the Fishwick house
2021 date to be advised. Time by agreement.
A contribution of $500 will entitle the donor and a guest to have a private tour of the house and garden led by its owners.
Explore hidden Castlecrag
Saturday 6 February & Friday 19 February 2021. Time by agreement
A contribution of $250 will entitle the donor and one guest to join a small group of other donors led by an expert guide exploring the Griffin-designed but little-known walkways and reserves. Included will be visits to the private gardens of the Fishwick house and Moon house.
The Society will contact qualifying donors with details for attending their reward events.
For more information about events or donations, email the Walter Burley Griffin Society.
Note – donations are not tax deductible.