Funders and partners
We work with partners across film and TV, visual arts, museum, heritage, community and higher education, locally and nationally. We welcome proposals for new partnerships and initiatives.
Alternative Arts | BFI | Birkbeck | Bishopsgate Institute | Coventry University | Clarion Housing | Cockpit Arts | Cranbrook Estate Residents Group | East End Womens Museum | FAVA | Feminist Library | Format | Getty Images Hulton Archive | Insiders/Outsiders | International Institute of Social History | Labyrinth Photographic | Mayday Rooms | Neighbours in Poplar | PARC | Photofusion | SPACE | Special Collections & Archives, Liverpool John Moores University | London Metropolitan University | Swadhinata Trust | Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives | UAL | University of Brighton
FUNDERS AND SPONSORS
Four Corners receives funding from a range of local, regional and European funders and sponsors. We gratefully acknowledge support from:
Arts Council England | Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust | City Bridge Trust | Clarion Housing | Co-op Local Community Fund | Creative Land Trust | European Regional Development Fund | Foyle Foundation | Garfield Weston Foundation | Grocers Company | National Lottery Heritage Fund | Leonard Cheshire | Lipman-Miliband Trust | London Borough of Tower Hamlets | London Community Response Fund | Mayor of London | National Lottery Awards for All England | Paul Mellon Centre | Reach Fund | Santander | ScreenSkills | Trust for London
COVID-19 FUNDING SUPPORT
We thank the following funders for their generous support during the Covid-19 crisis. This has enabled us to continue our projects online, sustain our in-house tenants and staff team, and build our future resilience.
Arts Council Emergency Fund | Arts Council Culture Recovery Fund | Creative Workspace Resilience Fund Supported through the Mayor of London’s Culture at Risk Business Support Fund and the Creative Land Trust | National Lottery Community Fund distributed by City Bridge Trust through the London Community Response Fund | Paul Mellon Centre | RBS Social & Community Capital Coronovirus Response Grant