An ambitious transformation programme that will make The Courtauld’s world-class artworks, research and teaching accessible to even more people – in the UK and internationally – driving forward The Courtauld’s mission to advance how we see and understand the visual arts.
The development is the most significant in the history of The Courtauld since it moved to the North Wing of Somerset House in 1989, with the reopening of the Gallery being just the first phase of its ambitious plans. When completed, the transformation will provide students and faculty with improved study and teaching facilities and unprecedented access to its collections and exhibitions, whilst giving the public greater insight into its outstanding teaching and research. The transformation is supported by £9.5 million from National Lottery players via The National Lottery Heritage Fund and generous donations from foundations, individuals and other supporters.
Whilst The Courtauld Gallery is closed for an extensive transformation project, we have partnered both nationally and internationally to provide unique opportunities for audiences to engage with our collection.
Find out more about our Courtauld National Partners programme.