NATIONAL OPEN ART DONATION

NOA. National Open Art, is a registered charity formed to provide a positive presence in the art world. We operate both regionally and nationally, and run the annual Open Art Competition which results in The National Open Art Exhibition, held in London and other major cities around the UK and Ireland.

 

Through the delivery of the competition we encourage artists to produce and exhibit their works and provide an opportunity for artists to sell their work, and for the public to enjoy and buy affordable art. We also work to support our artists providing advice, support, networking opportunities and connections.

 

We are also passionate and excited about our next generation of artists and want to nurture and encourage children and young people of all ages and capabilities to apply their imaginations and get creative! With start-up funding from the Foyle Foundation, we have launched a dedicated Children’s Open Art competition, to encourage and inspire children from all corners of the UK and Eire to engage, look, learn, draw, paint, create and make. One of the most incredible, awe-inspiring attributes children have is their ability to be free and create without boundaries.

 

Please join our supporters. With your help we can continue to provide this much needed platform and support for artists of all ages.

 

Please help us continue our work by making a donation today.

SPONSOR

London Wall Partners

SUPPORTERS

The Foyle Foundation
Anthony Ward Thomas
Seaward
The Arts Club
Artists' Collecting Society
Chichester University
University for the Creative Arts
Cass Art
34 Merrion Hotel
Welsh Award - Twr y Felin
Belmond Hotels
Lawrence Alkin Gallery

PARTNERS

MS Amlin
Pallant House Gallery
Explore Learning
The Other Art Fair 2016
Galleries Magazine
Mercers' Company
Art Rooms
Brighton Fringe

ASSOCIATED WITH

Artlyst
RPS
Hedge
John Jones
Princes Foundation
The Art Newspaper
House of Fairy Tales
Chichester College
Be Smart About Art
Unity Studios
CutThroughPR
ArtPakk
Emily Ball at Seawhite
Mill Studio
Bridgeman
ArtJobs
ArtWeek