For nearly 200 years, the Royal Scottish Academy has been championing Scottish art and architecture. Since 1826, the Academy has provided a home for the arts in Scotland but we need your help in securing the RSA’s future.
The RSA is an independent charity that does not receive regular funding from local or national government. The RSA relies on the generous support from our community to keep its doors open and deliver a year-round programme of exhibitions, artist opportunities, educational programmes and maintain its Recognised Collection of National Significance.
The RSA, like many arts organizations has been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis and we need your support to ensure we are able to continue our vital mission.
Ways you can support the RSA
Donations: Every donation, no matter the amount, will help the Academy continue its vital work
RSA Friends: The RSA Friends have supported the work of the Academy for over 30 years. Join today to enjoy a unique program of events
The RSA Art Salon: A unique membership option for art-lovers under the age of 35 with reimagined Salon Nights at the RSA
RSA Patrons: Patrons play a vital role in supporting the Academy and the future of the arts community in Scotland
Bequests and Legacies: Bequests and gifts in Wills have played a crucial role in shaping the Royal Scottish Academy as an independent institution
Corporate Support: From Corporate Membership to Sponsorship, corporate support helps maintain our program of exhibitions and events
Volunteering: Volunteers are an invaluable part of the Academy and help us in every aspect of our work
Please contact the Development Manager, Alanna Brady, for more information or an informal chat.
T: 0131 624 6118
RSA Charity Number: SC004198