The Graeme Wood Foundation engages in campaigns and investments that help shape a more sustainable future.
We support initiatives that will lead to pollution reduction, natural ecosystem regeneration and the scaling of democratic action opposed to political elitism and corruption.
We promote projects that support individual and collective creative potential.
Graeme is the founding sponsor for the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, founding investor in Guardian Australia, and is behind the regeneration of the Triabunna Woodchip Mill into the events focused Spring Bay Mill on Tasmania’s east coast.
He is co-founder and Chair of tech startup Mawson Ventures, co-founder and Chair of Artology and Chair or Board member on several tech startups and impact investments.
Graeme holds an Honorary Doctorate in Economics from the University of Queensland and was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2012.
Anna Cerneaz, Managing Director
Passionate about the power of creativity and the certainty that natural ecosystem regeneration is doable.
Started in oceanography, moved into performing arts management, cofounded Artology in 2011 to develop creative potential through experiential learning in the arts. Currently managing director of the progressive Graeme Wood Foundation, and director of Spring Bay Mill once home to the world’s largest wood chip mill repurposed and rejuvenated as an events space for arts, music, politics and ecology.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our events and activities are held. We recognise and respect the enduring connection to land, waters and culture. They were the first storytellers. We pay our respects to Elders, past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.