Studio Voltaire’s supporters play a vital role in sustaining our key activities, from the commissioning of major new exhibitions and events, and the development of our pioneering participatory, learning and offsite programmes, to the provision of much–needed residencies and affordable onsite studios for artists.
Studio Voltaire is a registered charity and part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio. All of our exhibitions, participatory, learning and studio programmes, as well as 88% of all overheads, are fundraised for in their entirety through the patronage of individuals, sponsorship, trading and funding from charitable trusts and foundations.
There are many ways you can support Studio Voltaire’s work and engage in a closer relationship with our organisation and programmes.
Join our Supporters’ Scheme
You can meaningfully support Studio Voltaire by joining our family of Supporters. We develop a close and reciprocal relationship with each of our Supporters, giving you the opportunity to enjoy a tailored package of benefits whilst enabling Studio Voltaire to flourish – greatly increasing the amount of support and opportunities we are able to offer to artists, audiences and our community.
Make a Donation
Studio Voltaire is a registered charity and relies on the generosity of individuals to continue and expand our important work. You can support Studio Voltaire with a one–off donation directly increasing the ambition and reach of our innovative programmes.
Trusts and Foundations
Grants from Trusts and Foundations play a significant role in supporting Studio Voltaire’s key activities including the commissioning of major new exhibitions, the development of our innovative participation, learning and offsite programmes, the provision of artist’s studios and residencies, and our transformative capital project.
We work collaboratively with our partners to offer a tailor–made programme of exclusive opportunities, including one of a kind events and unique experiences.
- Image credits
Ella Kruglyanskaya, How to work together, Installation view, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Studio Voltaire, London. Credit Andy Keate
Amelie von Wulffen, The misjudged Bimpfi, Installation view, Studio Voltaire 2017 Courtesy of the artist and Studio Voltaire, London. Credit Andy Keate
Precarity Centre, SW4 7JR, Organised by They Are Here, Studio Voltaire, London, 2017, Credit James Allen
Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley, Rand Goop, 2019, A Studio Voltaire Commission, Courtesy of the artists and Studio Voltaire, London. Credit Francis Ware
The Oscar Wilde Temple by McDermott & McGough, Studio Voltaire, London 3 October 2018 to 31 March 2019 Courtesy of the artists and Studio Voltaire, London. Credit Francis Ware