The Henry Moore Foundation
DescriptionThe Foundation was established in 1997 to advance public education by promoting their appreciation of the fine arts and in particular the works of sculptor, Henry Moore. The Foundation supports all aspects of the arts in which Henry Moore was engaged in, including sculpture, drawing, and printmaking. The key criterion is artistic quality; practical viability is also important. Special consideration is given to projects undertaken outside of London, England, and to venues with limited funding. The Foundation has entered into an agreement with the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation to extend its support for contemporary visual arts. The collaboration supports the work of living artists in exhibitions, challenge funds, conferences, lectures, and publications. The Foundation also supports student scholarships, fellowships for artists and grants to art institutions, galleries, and museums. Additional information is available on the Web site.
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