Congratulations to the Contemporary Art Society Chair of Trustees, Mark Stephens CBE
The Contemporary Art Society congratulates it Chair of Trustees, Mark Stephens on his recent CBE, awarded for services to the Legal Profession and the Arts in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Complimentary Passes to Olympia
Complimentary Passes to Olympia are available to all Contemporary Art Society Members. To request a pass email the Contemporary Art Society email@example.com or call 020 7831 3219. For further information on the fair go to www.olympia-art-antiques.com
The Contemporary Art Society Annual Award for Museums 2011 – £60,000 to commission to collect
The aim of the Contemporary Art Society’s Annual Award is to support museums to commission new work that will remain within the museum’s permanent collection. In offering this significant investment the Contemporary Art Society wishes to reflect how vital it is for museums to gain the greatest proximity to artists and the development of their practice.
Out-of-the-Box Thinking: When Art and Business Collide
Contemporary Art Society Consultancy’s curated exhibition Outer Worlds was recently featured in connexion, the Luxembourg amcham report for Spring 2011.
Arts Council England Increases Investment in the Contemporary Art Society
The Contemporary Art Society is delighted to have received a 93% increase in core funding from Arts Council England as part of the new National Portfolio announced today.
The Contemporary Art Society Annual Fundraiser generates £240,000 in support of new purchase of contemporary art for museums across the UK
Each year, the Contemporary Art Society organises an annual fundraising event in support of its mission to build public collections of contemporary art in the UK.
In Focus — Collecting Contemporary Photography – book your place now
Hosted by the National Media Museum, members are invited to join us for this fantastic opportunity to learn more about the main developments in photography over the last 30 years, gain an insight into the collecting strategies of private and public collectors, and get the inside track on emerging talent.
Three Stones in the City of Ladies, curated by Elisa Kay
Private View: Friday 21 January 2011, 17.30-20.00 Three Stones in the City of Ladies* is a group exhibition about repetition and looking back. The works in the show are gathered around a painting from the Nottingham City Museums and Gallerie’s collection; a surrealist landscape called Three Stones by Marion Adnams (1898 – 1995). Adnams was born in Derby and lived most of her life in the city. Although she achieved some success in her lifetime, her work is not widely known and so this exhibition, which includes loans from Derby Museum and Art Gallery, hopes to contribute to a history of her work.
National Network Annual Conference: The Making of Things
We are delighted that such a range of curators and artists have agreed to contribute to our National Network Annual Conference 2011. The ornate interior of the Victoria Art Gallery…