hARTslane is a non profit community interest company (Hartslane CIC). We generate income from the use of the gallery and we rely on public funding, sponsorship and donations to help us continue our work.
Support hARTslane and invest in the future of an art world that is more just!
1) We believe everyone should have the opportunity to practise, participate and enjoy the arts.
Your donation means we can continue with our ‘say yes to artists’ policy, to make our gallery space available to artists regardless of their background & previous art experience. London galleries are unaffordable for most artists to hire in today’s economic climate, and we want to continue to keep our gallery hire cost as low as possible.
2) Formerly a motorbike mending garage, the gallery building itself is in much need of upgrading. Your contribution will help to make the space more welcoming and accessible for both our artists and visitors.
3) Your support will further help bring innovative and critical artwork to New Cross Gate, engage the local communities through participatory workshops and free art events.
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Friends of hARTslane – from £8 / month*
Going steady with hARTslane, are you ready to commit?
*minimum term 1 year
A one-off donation to support our refurbishment works in order to make hARTslane safer, drier and more accessible.
Your name will be permanently on our website and we’ll nurture that relationship.
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ARTslane has received grants from the Mayor of London, Lewisham Council, the Arts Council England, The National Lottery Community Fund, NCIL, Lewisham Local and Arnold Clarke Community Fund.
Private companies that have supported our work include: Brinkworth Design Ltd, Greenspace & Anthology, Openedu Ltd.
We have collaborated with various national and international art and culture organisations including: Goldsmiths University of London; Kingston University; The London Community Video Archive; The London Group; DeptfordX; Artlicks; Pulchri Studio (NL), De Rode Loper op School (NL); AIAC – Associazione Italiana Architettura e Critica (Italy), PassaggiAtina (UK-Italy), Mirror Galley and This Is Not Art in Italy; as well as many local primary and secondary schools, charities and care homes in London.