Norwich Castle Open Art Show 2018 - Inheritance

Like most charities in Britain, the East Anglia Art Fund needs to raise money each year to continue its vital work:

Exhibitions
The East Anglia Art Fund brings high quality exhibition to the region.

Education
Funding opportunities for young people to work with artists in the gallery and support A-Level Master Classes. The Fred Dubery Joanne Brogden bequest provides for scholarships in Fine Art and Fashion at the Norwich University for the Arts.

Artists
Encouraging living artists by providing exhibition and teaching opportunities for artists in our region and welcome artist members who can promote their own websites through the EAAF website.




Legacies

Leave a lasting impression and remember EAAF in your will. We warmly welcome legacies - as equities or as a simple financial donation. 

In 1993 the East Anglia Art Fund was the beneficiary of a very substantial bequest from Jane, Lady Adeane. She left a remarkable collection of eighteen 20th century pictures and sculptures which are often on show at Norwich Castle. The bequest includes Warhol’s portrait of Lady Adeane’s spaniel Pom.  

In 2015 artists Fred Dubery and Joanne Brogden bequeathed to EAAF their art works and a substantial endowment to provide for scholarships in Fine Art and Fashion at the Norwich University of the Arts.  

Your contribution increases the number of exhibitions and education projects we can support each year. With your bequest we can continue great work in your name. For further information about the work your legacy can support, please contact us.


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