ArtLacuna aims to provide a creative hub that closes the gap between disciplines and explores the creative process as experienced by artists, designers, makers and thinkers. To this end, the project provides working space for artists, project space for visiting artists, and forums for discussion and conversation.
Operating as a not-for-profit, for the past 4 years ArtLacuna has survived on the good will and hard work of it’s directors, studio artists and support of professional & student network, and the creatives with whom we have collaborated with. We have been able to deliver a wide and varied arts and research programme without charging artists – sticking to a mandate of free and inclusive exhibitions that provide a platform for emerging and established artists to test out ideas. A testbed to disseminate the creative process and create open dialogue on creative and social issues.
We have engaged with the local community of Falcon Road and wider borough of Wandsworth through our open door policy; relationships we have planned on expanding and fostering by offering free workshops to local youth and community groups, (to compliment our exhibitions programme), having recently been awarded funding from the Wandsworth Grant Fund.
We are immensely proud of everything that we have been able to achieve, and whilst funding has helped maintain the space for the past year, a change in circumstance means that we need to ask for your help to be able to keep ArtLacuna’s doors from closing whilst we seek additional funding from the Arts Council England.
Your support is greatly appreciated.
- Jemma Egan
- Isaac Howlett
- Anna Baumgart
- Anon Y mousse
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