The Curatorial team would like to extend a warm thanks and full credit to our partners and sponsors, without whom the Moore in Focus project would not have been possible:
The Sainsbury Institute for Art is an innovative venture based at the Sainsbury Centre, bringing together the activities and expertise of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, the Sainsbury Research Unit for the Arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas, the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, the School of Art History and World Art Studies and South Asian Decorative Arts and Crafts Collection Trust. Together these organisations offer a unique range of perspectives and are at the forefront of research, teaching and public engagement.
Find SIFA online at sifa.uea.ac.uk
Henry Moore Foundation
The Henry Moore Foundation is a registered charity, founded by the artist in 1977 to encourage public appreciation of the visual arts, and in particular the works of Henry Moore. Its main responsibilities are preserving Moore’s legacy at his home in Hertfordshire and through exhibitions worldwide; funding exhibitions and research at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds; and awarding grants to arts organisations in the UK and abroad.
Find the Henry Moore Foundation online at www.henry-moore.org
Association of Art Historians
The AAH is a UK-based membership organization for those with a professional commitment to and interest in art history and visual culture. Formed in 1974, the AAH plays a key role at national level in helping shape and secure the future of the discipline. It provides and initiates events, publications, funding, resources and networks for the benefit of 1400 members and the wider art history community. This includes the leading academic journal, Art History, and the internationally renowned AAH annual conference an established international event that provides a valuable platform for current interdisciplinary research and critical debates.
Find the AAH online at www.aah.org.uk
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Future Radio is a community radio station for Norwich, based in West Norwich and are funded by EEDA and the NELM Development Trust (North Earlham, Larkman and Marlpit). Future radio is part of Future Projects (formerly known as The NR5 Project), a community based arts, media and education charity. Future provides school inclusion projects for young people aged 13 to 16 years, post 16 support, music, media and radio training, education films/DVD’s and much more.
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