Pavilion is a registered charity and depends as much on the support of trusts, foundations and individuals as it does on the public funding.

Since 1984 Pavilion has played a vital role in the cultural life of Leeds, providing a dynamic and high quality programme which provides opportunities and support for artists at all stages of their career, as well as nurturing a new generation of creative minds.

Ways to Support Pavilion
— Make a donation through Eventbrite when you book to attend an event. Most of our events are free.

— Make a one-off donation to Pavilion using Paypal →

— Donate and receive a unique object related to our programme (see below).

Art School for Rebel Girls
Enamel Pin Badge

Limited number of enamel pin badges made for Pavilion’s Art School for Rebel Girls Collective.

£5 (+ £1 postage)

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All donations are channelled back into the ASFRG project and help to pay for art materials and staff for ongoing workshops and drop in sessions.Follow ASFRG on Instagram. 

Art School for Rebel Girls
Tea Towel

Tea towel made in India using 100% organic Fairtrade cotton. 70 x 50 cm.

Drawing made by a girl from the Gosali Ciborelang Jatiwangi dance group whilst listening to music by Gabber Modus Operandi.

Produced during a sound/ drawing workshop led by Kerstin Doble and Isabella Carreras at Jatiwangi Art Factory, Indonesia in 2019.

£7 (+ £3 postage)

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All proceeds support Art School for Rebel Girls, a collective of young women aged 13–16 in Leeds.

Stephen Sutcliffe in the Herbert Read Archive
Screen Printed Poster
Limited number of hand printed posters (four colour silkscreen; 48 x 72 cm) produced to accompany Pavilion’s event with Stephen Sutcliffe in 2018.
Design 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.

£10 (+ £3 postage)
Hanger not included!

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