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donation directions
Night 2 (Sat) 35mm-20donation directions

Your donations enable us to keep playing a vital role in the support of artists, musicians and audiences engaging with Sound and Sonics in Aotearoa.

As an AF member you can choose to specifically support one of our ongoing community projects such as The Music Electronics Library, AFM streaming radio station, the Soundbleed journal of critical writing, or the overall activities of AF.

To become a member subscribe to pay a monthly fee of $20 or a yearly donation of $240, you’re welcome to add a little extra, but these are the minimums to sign up. Members will get free entry into a couple shows from our Performance programme series each month, a welcome pack with AF goodies, discounted tickets to international acts and festivals, and more.

If you would like to become a member of The Audio Foundation please click on our Koha kettle, make sure you add a note on paypal saying your donation is for AF membership with your name and postal address. You can also donate directly to our bank account 38 9010 0089636 00 and email us to sign up at


Donating to the Audio Foundation helps us to continue running events, exhibitions and workshops in the community.

The M.E.L (Music Electronics Library) is an incredible resource for the music making community in Tāmaki Makaurau. Donations to it will help maintain its equipment and purchase new gadgets to share. We also welcome donations of electronic equipment for the MEL library.

AFM is an ephemeral presentation space for works of sonic and radio art, experimental music, documentary and live events emanating from the Audio Foundation. Donations will help us out with activities such as commissioning new radio shows, covering the ongoing costs of running the station and increasing our FM broadcasting range.

Soundbleed Journal is an online journal providing a vital and much needed platform for serious in-depth and critical writing about Sound and Sonic practise in Aotearoa. Soundbleed features texts such as long-form interviews, reviews of contemporary projects, historical profiles and critical texts relevant to NZ sound.

Thank you for your generous support!