We have made 20 limited edition 4 colour silkscreen posters (48 x 72 cm) for our Stephen Sutcliffe in the Herbert Read Archive event on 27 June 2018.
The design is based on two items from the Herbert Read Archive: a pamphlet for the ICA's 1957 exhibition Paintings by Chimpanzees, and the marbled cover of a 1934 chapbook by T.S. Eliot titled Words for Music.
Anyone who donates £15 or more to Pavilion will receive one. Until 2019 all such donations will be match-funded by Arts Council England’s Catalyst scheme.
Donations directly support Pavilion’s programme of public events and educational activity.
Minimum donation: £15 (+£3 p&p if you would like your bag posting out).
Until 2019, donations made to Pavilion will be equally matched through Arts Council England’s Catalyst Evolve programme, Arts Council England's major new initiative to encourage philanthropic and private giving. The grant is driven by a shared ambition to share new learning around fundraising and to attract more donations from individuals, trusts and foundations that will help us to produce and programme socially and politically engaged works of art in the long-term. The match funding programme will allow us to continue commissioning ambitious new work and to support artists’ talent development, underpinned by a strong, sustainable business model. Our Catalyst work is taking place in partnership with Iniva, an evolving, radical visual arts organisation dedicated to developing an artistic programme that reflects on the social and political impact of globalisation.