Help bring Paula Rego to Jerwood Gallery

Liz Gilmore at Hastings Contemporary, East Sussex

Every donation through Art Happens brings the campaign closer to its goal. As a thank you for your donation, choose an exclusive reward inspired by the project and created by the people involved – and take your very own piece of the campaign away with you. Or help to spread the word by giving your bespoke reward as a gift. Your good deed, done.

If you would prefer to donate without receiving a reward, you can select that option below.

Please note that rewards will be dispatched once the project is confirmed to go ahead.

Any questions or need help donating? Contact us on 0203 757 9772 or email our Supporter Services team.

£5

Updates + online mention

Enjoy regular project updates and a citation on the Art Happens website.

£15

Set of eight postcards

A set of eight postcards featuring a selection of Paula Rego’s etchings from her Nursery Rhymes series (1989).

£25

Tote bag

An exclusive tote bag with the exhibition title and artist’s signature, in her own fair hand.

£45

Limited-edition seashell stamp

A charming limited-edition letter stamp of Rego’s cockle shells from Mary Mary Quite Contrary I (60x30mm).

£60

Signed publication + stamp

A signed exhibition catalogue could be yours, along with a delightful seashell stamp (£45 reward).

£100

Limited-edition ceramic plate

Your very own Paula Rego limited-edition exclusive to the project: An English fine bone china ceramic plate, signed and numbered by the artist.

£200

Opening night + signed poster + limited-edition ceramic plate

Two tickets to the exhibition's opening night in October, a signed exhibition poster to take home and a limited-edition ceramic plate (£100 reward). _x000D_ _x000D_ For more details about this reward, please get in touch: arthappens@artfund.org
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£450

An intimate film screening and Q&A with Nick Willing

A limited-edition ceramic plate (£100 reward), two tickets to the opening night, and an invite to a special screening of the Rego documentary, Secrets and Stories, followed by a Q&A with the artist’s son, Nick Willing.
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