We have a project in our midst. As a zero-budget gallery space, we have already been able to connect and provide opportunity to so many artists. However, we want to be able to support more. With your help, in the short term we will be able to offer financial support to artists who cannot afford to get their work to us to exhibit - creating more opportunity for artists who are unable to fund this themselves. Long term, your support would help us to actualise our plan to provide affordable studio spaces for artists on site at Gallery No.32.
Support for Gallery No.32 can come from you; our artists, our visitors, and the community, via our Patreon page. If you’ve been part of any of our shows or enjoyed visiting our gallery space, and you’re a working human on a sustainable income who can afford to contribute, please do. This will go towards sustaining Gallery No.32, bringing you future shows, providing artists with opportunities that they can’t find elsewhere, and, in the long term, bringing affordable studio spaces to artists so they can continue working. If you are able to provide any amount of financial support, we would really appreciate it. However, if this is not possible for you right now then please don’t worry. It’s a collectivistic model; those that can afford to are able to support us so that we can provide for everyone.
But, if you can’t afford to pay, but would still like to show your support, we would more than appreciate your words. Our funding applications rely on evidence proving that we have had a positive impact on our community, so please leave a written testimony to make your voices heard about Gallery No.32; an equally necessary and cherished gesture.
Thank you in advance for any support you can provide. Meg and Kieran xxx
THANKS AND REVIEWS
"I just wanted to say what a fabulous thing this is! It is so rare for people just to provide a platform for others to shine. Thank you for having the idea and seeing it through!" @sarah_grace_dye
"I was impressed by the professionalism of the installation arrangements, publicity and catalogue. My work was seen by a group in Amsterdam, who have since offered me a residency and a place in their exhibition later this year. Some friends who live locally, raved how the show inspired and provoked discussion among their grandchildren. They visited twice." @nicolaturner.art
"What a pleasure it was to meet Megan and Kieran, an unstoppable force in the midst of lockdown, generous with their time and space and supportive throughout the WSP show. They have reshaped the notion of a Sculpture Park in their own name as a place for all." @catrionart