by Turner Contemporary, Kent
We need your help to bring Paula, a life-sized polar bear 'puppet' to Margate sands this summer to get everyone talking about climate change.
by The Foundling Museum, London
We will now be able to shine a light on a group of remarkable women whose support saved the lives of thousands of vulnerable babies.
by Museum of London, London
With your help, we will now be able to redress pleasure and conserve an important part of London’s fashion history.
by Leeds Art Gallery, West Yorkshire
With your help, we've commissioned Lothar Gotz to create a wall painting that leads visitors up our original Victorian staircase to a newly revealed gallery.
by Creative Foundation, Kent
We wanted Bob and Roberta Smith to cover Folkestone's streets and landmarks with banners declaring that Folkestone is an art school. You made that happen!
by Jewish Museum London, London
With your support, we've commissioned a series of Amy Winehouse street art installations throughout the Camden Town area.
by Art Night, London
With your support, we launched the first Art Night in July 2016. A new annual contemporary arts festival for London that is free to attend.
by fig-2, London
Thanks to all our supporters and collaborators who have enabled us to create a legacy publication of our 50 different exhibitions in 50 weeks.
by Charleston, East Sussex
You helped restore Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's iconic painted surfaces and protect them for future generations.
by The Arts Catalyst
You helped us transform a run-down shop in King’s Cross into a dynamic hub for experimental art and science.
by Vote Art, London
We wanted to encourage people to vote by placing democracy-themed artworks on billboards across the UK. You made that happen!
by Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norfolk
The re-gilding of The Paston Treasure is complete and has only been possible with the help of Art Happens donors.
by Manchester Art Gallery, Greater Manchester
With your help, we commissioned a new contemporary work for Manchester Art Gallery that resonates with the city’s unique artistic past.
We didn't manage to hit our target – but this isn't the end of Bryn Eryr!
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