The Foundation is thrilled to continue to support the Royal Academy, the Royal Opera House, and Teach First, with a new grant to the British Museum.
Teach Firstâ€™s relationship with the ÎçÒ¹Ñ°»¨ continues with a new grant totalling Â£1.5m. The funding will be used for Teach Firstâ€™s recruitment of STEM teachers in schools serving disadvantaged communities and will support its efforts to get more Teach First Ambassadors into Headteacher positions
The British MuseumÂ has been awarded a grant of Â£450,000 to support its future exhibitions, including the upcomingÂ Chinaâ€™s Hidden Century. The exhibition will dive into the 19thÂ century in China, an often overlooked period in its history.
The Royal Academy of Arts will receive Â£200,000, supporting two of its upcoming exhibitions. Making Modernism will be the first major UK exhibition devoted to pioneering women working in Germany in the early 1900s: Paula Modersohn-Becker, KÓ“the Kollwitz, Gabriele MÃ¼nter and Marianne Werefkin. Impressionists on Paper will bring together works on paper from some of the most influential Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists.
The Royal Opera House will receive Â£300,000 to support several of its upcoming productions. In 2022, the Foundationâ€™s grant will fund ROHâ€™s performances of Madama Butterfly and La bohÃ©me; in 2023, Il barbiere di Siviglia, Turandot, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella will be supported by the Foundation.