Corporate support

Exterior of The Courtauld Gallery building.

The Courtauld pairs culture with industry to meet your business objectives and secure your position as a respected supporter for the arts. We invite industry leaders to become a Corporate Partner or a Corporate Member and to join The Courtauld in championing excellence in art history, conservation, and curating.

By supporting The Courtauld, your company will not only unlock cultural benefits for your employees and clients, but also help to further our Founder’s vision of ‘art for all’.

Corporate Partners

As a Corporate Partner of The Courtauld, you will visibly align your brand with a world leading art organisation, which can be used to strengthen your strategic vision and corporate social responsibility objectives. Courtauld Partners receive naming rights to exhibitions, public outreach initiatives, and academic programmes along with tailored benefits and special access.

To discuss which level of support is most suitable for your company, please contact Catherine Demoisy, Head of Philanthropy and Partnerships, at catherine.demoisy@courtauld.ac.uk

“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

Corporate Members

Become a Corporate Member and join like-minded companies who share our vision and gain access to a range of benefits including ticket allocations to The Courtauld Gallery, collection displays and exhibitions, special access to selected events and discounts on venue hire.

For more information, please contact Sarah-Lily Russ at sarah-lily.russ@courtauld.ac.uk

Venue Hire

Our Corporate Partners and Members receive a variety of different venue hire benefits, from preferential rates to complimentary hire of The Courtauld Gallery

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Courtauld Institute of Art (company no 4464432) is an exempt charity under the Charities Act 2011.

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