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Limited Print

Tsherin Sherpa Limited Edition Print

New diptych digital giclee print 'All Things Considered' available now.


Free talk 28 July: Tangled Yarns

Artist Alke Schmidt & curator Anna Mason. The politics of the textile supply chain.


Library call for donations

Weíve created a wish list of rare material that we canít find for sale anywhere


Arts Council Collection 70th Anniversary Commission

Keith Piper: Unearthing the Bankerís Bones

detail from Dysfunctional Family


Explore Iniva's Archive

Find out more about artists, writers, curators and collectives working with Iniva


Iniva announces new Director

Melanie Keen set to become new Director of Iniva.

Stuart Hall Library News

African Diaspora Artists in the 21st Century (ADA21)

A major new archive of filmed interviews.

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Map and travel information for Iniva's home, Rivington Place

Iniva & Pavilion successful in ACE Catalyst Evolve programme

Iniva is delighted to announce its successful application to the Catalyst Evolve programme, Arts Council England's major new initiative to encourage philanthropic and private giving.

The match funding programme allows us to continue developing our new dynamic programming and core mission to support artists' talent development and the commissioning of new work, underpinned by a strong, sustainable business model.

Planned initiatives include the development of a patron's scheme to ensure that our unique research centre, the Stuart Hall Library, remains at the heart of our artistic programme, and a co-commissioning circle to support joint commissioning of a new artist work.

In securing the grant, Iniva led a national partnership with Pavilion, Leeds, driven by our shared ambition to attract more donations from individuals, trusts and foundations. As socially and politically engaged visual arts agencies, we will work together to share new learnings around fundraising, as well as undertake joint artistic activity.

More information about Iniva's upcoming events and fundraising initiatives can be found on our events page, keep an eye on our website and social media feeds for more.

SAVE THE DATE: 6-8 October 2016

Now & Then, Here & There
Tate Britain, Clore Auditorium

Now & Then, Here & There, an international conference led by BAM (Black Artists and Modernism) in association with Iniva, will look at black British art history and art practice since the post-war period to the present day examining the spatial ‘here' (the UK) and ‘there' (the transnational) as a way of charting the various shifts from ‘new internationalism' to the ‘global' turn. Keynote speaker Professor Kobena Mercer (Yale University) will open the event which brings a range of scholars and artists' voices together to explore exhibition histories, critical museologies, the art school experience and art criticism.

In addition to the conference, Iniva and BAM are also working towards a series of artist-focused study days in the Stuart Hall Library and an accompanying display at Chelsea College of Art.

Find out more via BAM's AHRC page 

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