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Corporate Partners

Exterior of The Courtauld Gallery building.
“The Courtauld Institute of Art is today unanimously recognized as one of the most prestigious centres for the teaching and study of art history in the world.”
Bernard Arnault, President of LVMH/Moët Hennesy Louis Vuitton and President of the Fondation Louis Vuitton

The Courtauld pairs culture with industry to elevate your business objectives and secure your position as a respected and visionary force for the arts. We invite industry leaders to sponsor our exhibitions and academic programmes to achieve our Founder’s vision of ‘art for all’. By partnering with The Courtauld, your company will not only unlock enviable cultural benefits for your employees and clients, but also extend these to all through subsidized exhibition tickets, academic scholarship and public outreach initiatives.

As a leading cultural institute, we aim to do sponsorship differently. Our partnerships are close-looking, academic-lead and provide genuine and rigorous cultural experiences. We pair the world’s greatest artists with challenging new research, offer intimate events with our beautiful collection of masterpieces, and life-long learning through illuminating lectures and behind-the-scenes access.

The Courtauld will open our new gallery at the end of 2021 after a multi-million-pound renovation and we still have a number of world-class programmes that have never had an association to a corporate sponsor. If you are consideration a partnership with The Courtauld, now is the time to access elevated brand recognition and publicity during this transformation year in The Courtauld’s history.

For an exploratory discussion or a tailored proposal with no obligations, please contact Grace Davenport, Philanthropy and Corporate Partnerships Lead, by email at

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The Courtauld Institute of Art is a company limited by guarantee (company no. 4464432) and an exempt charity for the purposes of the Charities Act 1993 under the exempt charities order 2002 No. 1626.