How You Can Support FuturePlan

View of the V&A Cast Courts © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

View of the V&A Cast Courts © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

FuturePlan is transforming the V&A. Through this programme of renewal we have revitalised the displays, researched and conserved the collections, clarified the layout and restored much of the building's original grand architecture.

FuturePlan is almost entirely funded by private donations and is succeeding thanks to the extraordinary commitment of our supporters. If you would like to get involved, please contact the Development department. We would be delighted to discuss how you can help FuturePlan restore and redesign the V&A.

We are currently working to secure funds for:

  • A new exhibition space and public courtyard on Exhibition Road designed by Amanda Levete
  • Europe 1600-1800: seven galleries of 17th- and 18th-century European art and design designed by architects ZMMA
  • Renovation of one of the spectacular day-lit Cast Courts, Gallery 46b

We are also seeking funding to support the other activities that make the V&A a world-class centre of excellence and learning in art and design. You can support our programmes that relate to education, acquisitions, conservation and research.

For more information, please contact Development using the details below.

Development

Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 2760
Fax: +44 (0)20 7942 2150
E-mail: development@vam.ac.uk

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