The chair of the South London Gallery, Serge Ramin, WG '90, is delighted to invite 10 Wharton alumni to the Annual VIP Frieze Brunch hosted by the South London Gallery (SLG) on Thursday 12 October, 10-11am. The invitations will be granted on a first come, first serve basis.
Founded in 1868 with a mission to "bring art to the people of South London", The SLG today is one of the capital’s leading contemporary visual art institutions, with an established reputation for its ground-breaking programme of contemporary art exhibitions, events and education projects for children, young people and adults.
Every year, the SLG reaches over 120,000 people and serves over 1,100 children across local schools, as well as running numerous community-based projects.
To fulfill its mission, the SLG, a National Portfolio Organization, relies principally on grants from the Arts Council England and support from corporate and individual sponsors, including Bloomberg Philanthropies, Hallet Independent and more. Find out more about becoming an individual supporter here and/or the opportunities for corporate supporters here.
If you are interested in finding out more about SLG, its programme, or mission, or if you are looking for a public arts organization to support, the VIP Breakfast provides a perfect introduction to the SLG and a wonderful opportunity to view their major group exhibtion Lagos, Peckham, Repeat: Pilgrimage to the Lakes.