Day+Gluckman secure funding for A Woman’s Place Project across the South East
We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in securing a large grant from Arts Council England for A Woman’s Place, a contemporary arts, heritage and education project where equality provides the contextual backbone.
The two year programme across the South East includes new artists commissions, exhibitions, a film and events programme and a study day. In 2018 we look forward to taking forward significant new commissions working with National Trust Knole House and artists Lubaina Himid, CJ Mahony, Lindsay Seers, Emily Speed, Alice May Williams & Melanie Wilson.
We would like to thank both Arts Council England and the National Trust for this significant validation of our work.
Thanks also to our other project partners, who include Kent County Council, Depot Cinema (Lewes), Towner Gallery, Turner Contemporary, Jerwood Gallery Hastings, University of Brighton, Royal Pavilion and Museum, University of Sussex and New Hall Art Collection (University of Cambridge) and CVAN South East.