We fund grantees who work at the intersection of arts and human rights, social justice and conservation.

Starting from the premise that access to culture is a basic human right and that the arts have a unique role to play in democracy and civil society, we aim to support artists and cultural organisations developing high quality interventions which resonate with the Trust’s mission.

A Guest Curator appointed annually will contribute to the development of the Programme. In 2019 the first guest Curator of the Arts Programme will be Ruth Rogers, who owns and runs the River Café in London.