Our reports into key areas of concern within the museum sector offer insight and practical advice you can use in your own organisation.
Art Fund supports the vital work of museums and galleries across the UK.
We give grants to help museums acquire and share works of art, support the professional development of curators, and inspire and engage new audiences.
Use our free digital services to help with audience engagement, crowdfunding and online ticketing.
Joining the National Art Pass network of venues helps you attract visitors, access funding and raise the profile of your museum with our marketing support.
Wiltshire Museum is a rural venue in Devizes, dedicated to sharing the story of Wiltshire through collections of national significance. They wanted to create an exhibition to build new local and national audiences, strengthen partnerships within regional and national museums, enhance their reputation and support the development of a new home for Wiltshire Museum at Devizes Assize Courts.
In response to the Covid-19 crisis, Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft turned to Art Fund for a small project grant to help realise #CreateToRelate – an online programme of talks, workshops and events led by artists, craftspeople and art historians aimed at audiences unable to visit during lockdown.
Glasgow International is the largest annual festival for contemporary visual art in Scotland. Each edition welcomes around 250,000 visits to exhibitions at venues across the city. In response to the Covid-19 crisis, Glasgow International took the difficult decision to postpone the festival five weeks before it was scheduled to open.
A new formal membership network providing peer support for people in the UK working with LGBTQ+ collections and histories, developed by a collective body of organisations, led by the National Trust.