Our Education Patrons Circle is a group of families with children between the age of two and 10 who collectively support empowering arts-education schemes for young people. We care about the next generation of art appreciators and supporters. What’s great about the Education Patrons Circle is that you and your children can jointly explore London’s most renowned public institutions – playfully learning about artists such Manet, Rauschenberg and Barlow.
Being part of the Outset Education Patrons Circle, you support educational facilities and initiatives benefitting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds such as the Outset Art Room, Robert Blair School, London and the Mishcon de Reya x Outset Teen Tours, building public-speaking skills through critical engagement with art.
With every new project, you see it develop from the outset.
What does being a Patron unlock?
- Fun and interactive learning exhibition tours and workshops and for your children
- Invitation to the annual Outset Artists Picnic in London
- Parents only:
- Curator-led private views of public institutions
- Annual expert-led regional trip
- Tangible evidence of the impact your support makes
Our programme of events follows the school year.
The Art Room stands for everything that Outset Education Patrons Circle promotes: that art has the power to heal, that it brings communities together and should be accessible to all. It is for all these reasons that we have supported this vitally important programme and will continue to do so.