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The arts inspire, unite and challenge us all. We invest in the artists of today and tomorrow, commissioning work, training professionals and presenting in London and around the world.

Donations from businesses, trusts, and thousands of generous individuals give over 100 young people a day, from all walks of life, the chance to work with experts in learning projects across every genre: Music, Film, Theatre, Art and Dance. Together with your help we present to you the world's best artists of today and tomorrow.

In tough financial times, we need extra support more than ever. It's only with help from our donors that we can promise the most exciting artists a platform to develop amazing work and inspire you.

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Did you know there are some things you can’t always see when you visit our galleries or attend a film or performance?

This is the world that unlocks young people’s creativity and enables them to express themselves with art that changes them. Where the talents of promising young artists are fostered, and the transformative benefits of art are made accessible to our community.

We’ve set a goal to raise £50,000 in order to reach more young people and make the arts accessible to more members of our community.

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Your help enables the Barbican to present an ambitious and innovative programme and to keep the organisation open and accessible to all
Lee Krasner 'Desert Moon'

Lee Krasner: Living Colour Fundraising Gala

Wed 26 Jun, 6.30pm–9.30pm

Join us for a Private View of our Lee Krasner exhibition and introductory talk from the curator, Eleanor Nairne, with a Tattinger Champagne reception, followed by dinner and a festive evening celebrating the Barbican’s world-class arts programme. 

During the evening we will be raising funds to ensure more people discover and love the arts. Pledges and proceeds from the evening’s fundraising will be donated to The Barbican Centre Trust.

Tickets are £125. Please RSVP to Georgia Davenport on or call 020 7382 7240.