Drawing Room is a non-profit public gallery space that relies on the support of individuals, organisations and trusts alongside the support we receive from Arts Council as a National Portfolio Organisation.
We wish to thank the artists for their generous donations to our Drawing Biennial fundraisers and the following who have given their support for our programme and activities.
Andrew Abdulezer & Laura Samuels, Anne-Pierre d’Albis-Ganem, Marie Elena Angulo & Henry Zarb, Charles Asprey, David Bickle, Brian Boylan, Alexandros Diogenous, Emma Goltz, Patrick Heide, Amrita Jhaveri, Sigrid & Stephen Kirk, Michael Landy, Yulia Mahr, Galerie Onrust, Veronique Parke, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, White Cube, Jill Hackel & Andrzej Zarzycki, David Zwirner and our Network members.
Ridinghouse Ltd for its ongoing support of the library holdings in Outset Study
Veronique Parke and Outset Contemporary Art Fund for the support of a series of artists’ commissions in the Study 2016-2019
Emma Goltz for the support of a series of artists’ commissions in the Study from 2020 onwards.
Bridget Riley Foundation
Arts Council England, Charlotte & Alan Artus, Brazilian Embassy, British Columbia Arts Council, Canadian High Commission, Ines Canellas-Jager, Columbian Embassy, Connekt Colour, Cranford Collection, Culture Ireland, Derwent, Delfina Studio Trust, D’Fait, Ecos Organic Paints, Elephant Trust, Embassy of Denmark, The Ernest Cook Trust, Faber Castell, Farrow and Ball, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Foyle Foundation, Goethe Institute, GreatArt, Hauser & Wirth, Patrick Heide, The Henry Moore Foundation, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Jack Petchey Foundation, James Strathallan, John Jones, The Jo Spence Archive, Keir McGuinness, Kunststiftung NRW, Dusseldorf, Leeds Art Gallery, Lisson Gallery, Locus+, London Arts, London Borough of Hackney, Middlesex University, Mondriaan Fund, Moose Foundation, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, The Norweigan Embassy, The Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Outset, Patricia Ferguson, Research Centre for Transnational Art Identity Nation (TrAIN), Roland Augustine and Lawrence Luhring, Romanian Cultural Institute, Karsten Schubert, Stanens Kunstråd Danish Arts Council, Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation, Sputnik Vodka and Becks, Wimbledon School of Art.
We welcome opportunities to work with sponsors to develop mutually beneficial associations with a particular exhibition or project. If you are interested in sponsoring an exhibition, publication or learning project we can offer the chance to develop a mutually beneficial package that reflects the interests and objectives of your organisation, brand or service.
We can also offer bespoke corporate benefits including: