THE RSA hosts some of the most innovative, experimental and ambitious exhibitions of contemporary art in Scotland today with the aim of promoting emerging talents in the visual arts and making these works accessible to the public.
Our work relies entirely on private funding from individuals, companies and trusts and foundations since the RSA does not receive any government support. The RSA is a registered charity (SC004198).
Sponsoring an exhibition at the RSA represents a unique opportunity to be associated with one of the leading contemporary arts organisations in the UK, helping you raise your profile through banners, press releases, private corporate events and the display of company logos on our web site and related literature.
Sponsorship opportunities range from supporting one of our many exhibitions to assisting emerging artists with travel scholarships, awarding annual prizes or funding residencies. We are keen to develop lasting relationships with our corporate sponsors and would therefore welcome the opportunity to discuss your ideas for supporting the RSA further. For any queries and suggestions, please contact Jane Lawrence on 0131 624 6113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also support the RSA by becoming a corporate member.
Sponsors and Supporters:
2007 Inglis Allen Fine Art Printers RSA Student Exhibition
2007 State Street RSA Student Exhibtion
2006 Pillans & Waddies RSA Student Exhibition
2006 Rocco Venezia Annual Exhibition
2006 Scottish Arts Council Laura Ford ‘Armour Boys’
2006 Henry Moore Foundation Laura Ford ‘Armour Boys’
2006 Morton Charitable Trust Laura Ford ‘Armour Boys’
2005 MacRoberts Solicitors RSA Annual Exhibition
2005 Rocco Venezia RSA open Exhibition
Supporters of the Annual Student Exhibition Prizes:
DCA Data Solutions
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
Friends of the RSA
Glasgow Print Studio
David Gordon Memorial Trust
Hope Scott Trust
Peacock Visual Arts
SFEU-Scottish Further Education Unit
Supporters of the Annual Exhibition Prizes:
DCA Data Solutions
Glasgow Art Club
The Highland Society of London
Scottish Arts Club