Applications are open on rolling basis for RedWest's maiden year, 2018-2019. In the future applications will be open only once a year.*

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Application fees for the July 2019 - June 2020 financial year are as follows**:

- A non-refundable application fee of $25 applies to all Member and Provisional Member applications. Accepted applicants will have this fee deducted from their membership fee.

(i.e. if applying to be a full Member you would pay $25.00 for the application, then then $50.00 for your annual membership.)

- an annual Full Member fee is $75.00

(voting rights, Auspice and event participation)

- an annual Concession Member fee is $30.00

(voting rights, Auspice and event participation)

- an annual Provisional Member is $30.00 

(no voting rights, Auspice and event participation)

- an annual Patron subscription is $15.00

(support payment only, no application necessary)


Visit the join now section of the website to register your application.

You'll be asked to provide information about your practice, samples of your work, and contact information.

Once your application and your application fee has been received it will be considered by the board. Please allow 3 weeks for this process. When accepted any Member or Provisional Member will be added to our official membership and be considered a probationary period for 4 months in which they must remain in good standing and show that their values and interests align with the Co-op. 

For Further information about the application process please feel free to refer to the RedWest Creatives Co-op Rulebook or shoot us an email.

*The application time has not yet been determined.


**These fees reflect the rate for the 2019-2020 financial year only. By June 30th the rates for the upcoming financial year will be posted.

© 2019 by RedWest Creatives Co-op.  

49 Watton St, Werribee VIC 3030 Australia

(Postal) PO Box 329 Werribee VIC 3030

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RedWest would like to pay respect and acknowledge the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land in which RedWest regularly operates.