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We are crowdfunding to raise £1 million for museums across the UK, so that they can come through the Covid-19 crisis with creativity. Every donation makes a difference.
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Thanks to your support, we've launched a programme of funding to help museums and galleries across the UK come through the Covid-19 crisis.
Museums are currently subject to closures. Some outdoor spaces remain open, but please check government guidelines and venue websites before visiting. There are also plenty of ways to connect with museums online.
7 January 2021
From an exploration of Iranian art to the optical illusions of Bridget Riley, 2021 is packed with fantastic exhibitions to inspire you when our museums reopen.
22 December 2020
In this highly personal piece Tracey Emin discusses her lifelong ‘friend in art’, Edvard Munch, and tells us more about the creation of the joint exhibition The Loneliness of the Soul at the Royal Academy of Arts, supported by Art Fund.
18 December 2020
Concluding our series of posts from our five Museum of the Year winners, South London Gallery’s Paul Crook tells us how the gallery’s young people’s group have been engaging in complex conversations about heritage and history.