Discover the five amazing museums that have been shortlisted for Art Fund Museum of the Year 2022.
All young people deserve to enjoy museums as places of inspiration, learning and fun. Join our campaign to help museums provide creative opportunities for children, schools and young people.
We give grants to support UK museums and galleries, and we’ve adapted our funding programme to help them come through the Covid-19 crisis.
In the latest episode of our podcast, comedian Suzi Ruffell takes her pal, fellow comedian Jenny Bede, to Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes – once the top-secret home of Britain’s codebreakers during the Second World War.
Starting in May, this new exhibition at the Design Museum in London explores the skin-tingling world of ASMR, and is 50% off with your National Art Pass.
Join artists across Manchester in one amazing day celebrating art and creativity.
Please remember to check venue websites and guidelines before visiting – many museums require pre-booking, have additional safety measures in place, and some may be subject to temporary closures.
19 May 2022
Art Fund recently carried out the third in its series of annual research into the impact of Covid-19 on museums. Over two years on from museums’ doors first closing, our director of programme and policy, Sarah Philp, shares her view on what the research tells us about the current moment, and what Art Fund will be doing next.
19 May 2022
Doctor Who touches down in Liverpool and Ad Minoliti brings a splash of colour to Tate St Ives – explore these fantastic exhibitions plus many more in sunny June.
10 May 2022
Art Fund, the national charity for art, today announced the five museums which have been selected as finalists for Art Fund Museum of the Year 2022, the world’s largest museum prize.