Visitors at Jerwood Art Fund Makers Open, Jerwood Space.

Art Fund’s journey towards inclusive marketing

Find suppliers, agencies and partners we’ve worked with to improve our marketing practice. We invite you to share your own recommendations with us to add to this list so we can continue this journey together.

Suppliers, agencies, partners and resources: 

  • A Vibe Called Tech – Black-owned creative agency dedicated to approaching creativity through an intersectional lens.  

  • AbilityNet – a pioneering UK charity with a global perspective. They believe the power of digital technology should be available to everyone, regardless of ability or age.  

  • Amaal Said – Danish-born Somali photographer and poet, based in London.  

  • Amaliah – content platform is dedicated to amplifying the voices of Muslim women. 

  • besea.n – a volunteer-led, community focused organisation, whose mission is to empower, educate and embrace East and South East Asian (ESEA) communities in the UK.

  • Culture& – an independent arts and education charity that works in partnership with arts and heritage institutions and artists to develop programmes that promote diversity in the workforce and expand audiences. 

  • Diversity Standards Collective – The Diversity Standards Collective is where brands, agencies and creators come to immerse themselves in diverse communities. Their collective of diverse communities are able to provide critical insight and perspective, as well as endorsement of comms or campaigns. 

  • esea contemporary – the UK’s only non-profit institution specialising in presenting and platforming artists and art practices that are informed by East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) heritages.

  • Hype Collective –  youth marketing agency. They co-create campaigns with students.   

  • Museum X – a project to create Britain's first museum celebrating Black British history, art and culture. 

  • Socio-Economic Diversity and Inclusion in the Arts: A Toolkit for Employers – in 2019, Jerwood Arts and the Bridge Group joined forces for this Toolkit with a mission to look to the future: to support long-term change across the arts sector by sharing knowledge, providing expert support, and encouraging take-up of an intersectional approach to equality, diversity and inclusion.

  • STUDIO AAPT – London-based consultancy with a global network. 

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