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For more information on giving to Iniva contact:

Lynn Hanna
Development Manager

Iniva relaunch event, 17 October 2016.

 Give to Iniva and double your donation

By giving to Iniva you are supporting a registered arts and educational charity. For a limited period Arts Council England will match every pound you give, doubling the impact of your donation. Everything you give supports our artistic programme including our work in schools and the Stuart Hall Library.

Since 1994, Iniva has been celebrating and promoting the work of artists of African and Asian descent and from the diaspora. We challenge conventional ideas of difference and diversity and for the past 25 years have shifted the ways in which artistic practices have been understood within wider British culture. Many of the artists we have worked with, such as Lubaina Himid, Steve McQueen and Yinka Shonibare, have gone on to achieve national and international acclaim, changing the course of art history and the wider cultural hinterland. We support a new generation of artists and curators who will go on to transform the ways the world is seen. In schools, our education strand, Iniva Creative Learning, encourages young people to explore issues around identity and values through the encounter with visual art.

The Stuart Hall Library, Iniva’s intellectual hub, is named after the late pre-eminent theorist of cultural studies, who was Iniva’s first Chair of Trustees. The library is free to the public, open six days a week, with an associated series of talks and events that are open to everyone.

We depend on the generosity of our supporters, so please donate to Iniva today.