Can we count on you?
Every donation we receive, no matter how big or small, will help Liverpool Biennial to support the artists and communities we work with, to commission ground-breaking public artworks, to enable learning opportunities and to ensure we become a Biennial for Everybody.
Because of people like you we can make amazing things happen. Over the past 25 years we have supported the careers of over 560 UK based and international artists through artist development programmes and commissioning over 380 projects, including 34 in Liverpool neighbourhoods. We have engaged local communities through innovative projects such as Mohamed Bourouissa’s ‘Resilience Garden’ (2018) and Monster Chetwynd’s ‘Dogsy Ma Bone’ (2016) and have received over 49 million visitors to Liverpool, providing income for our hospitality partners and local businesses.
Liverpool Biennial is a registered charity (Charity No. 1073956) and we rely on the support of individuals, corporate supporters and Trusts and Foundations. We are immensely grateful to our core funders Arts Council England and Liverpool City Council and to all those who help to continue our valuable work for our communities and audiences in Liverpool and beyond. Art has provided a vital lifeline for thousands of people throughout the pandemic and continues to improve the mental health of those we work with, our schools and communities, including those who are unable to visit in person and who are able to experience our work through online commissions and activities. We need your support as we look towards the next 25 years of Liverpool Biennial.
Donate now to enable future Biennials and to help us work with artists and communities year-round by visiting biennial.com/support or contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.