Women Make Sculpture is generously supported by private philanthropists and patrons who wish to remain anonymous using resources released from theCoLAB Programme restricted funds held by the Royal Society of Sculptors.
theCoLAB wholeheartedly thanks UCL Culture and UCL Public Art for providing sites for the work and for its enthusiastic support of the project. Founded in 1826, UCL was the first university in England to admit students of any race, class or religion and to welcome women on equal terms with men. Public Art at UCL seeks to celebrate the culture and character of UCL, London’s Global University. The Public Art Programming aims to provoke debate, encourage engagement and cultivate partnerships between exceptional artists and those at the heart of education and research at UCL. A commitment to artists working alongside those shaping and generating knowledge within UCL will ensure that public art will play a valuable role in the educational experience and global mission at UCL.
theCoLAB is hugely grateful to members of the panel for sharing their extensive expertise, valuable time and for supporting the work of women artists.
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