what is newplatform.art?

newplatform.art provides commercial organisations with vibrant changing artwork from emerging artists.  This provides an ideal corporate social responsibility (CSR) opportunity for those organisations to nurture new creative talent, support artists from a diverse range of backgrounds and at the same time providing both staff and client engagement.

The scheme benefits commercial organisations and their clients, emerging artists and art schools alike, developing cross-sector relationships and encouraging knowledge exchange between the corporate and creative worlds.

newplatform.art is in the process of being registered as a charity with the Charity Commission for England and Wales.

The Passing Wave, Emily Motto; Clyde & Co Blank Canvas Commission 2014

what is the need

The Higher Education Statistics Agency statistics for in 2016 reveal that 64,115 students graduated from higher education in the creatives arts and design field. Whilst many will move into further education and into arts related jobs, a significant number have the ambition to become independent self sustaining artists. Emerging artists, having recently left art school, are struggling to make their way in the art world. Having focussed on their development as artists at art school, they often need help to learn business and other skills to enable them to make their way in the world and to avoid being unfairly exploited.

newplatform.art enables commercial organisations to fund emerging artists to display their work and to provide them with encouragement and confidence, as well as offering tangible skills.

newplatform.art scales up a programme which won the 2016 International Corporate Art Awards sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Culture & LUISS Business School.

Not For Love Nor Money, Conall McAteer; Clyde & Co Blank Canvas Commission 2012