The Director’s Circle is our upper-level supporter’s scheme for philanthropic individuals who care deeply about the vitality and promotion of contemporary art in the UK. Director’s Circle members help us to offer career-defining opportunities for artists and art-practitioners by providing regular and reliable income in an ever-changing economic climate.
Working with Modern Art Oxford allows the possibility of creating something that is representative and completely free of constraints. Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq, artist It’s Me to the World, 2016
Director’s Circle members receive regular opportunities to meet artists, collectors and gallery Directors. There are VIP receptions throughout the year, tours of exhibitions, private collections and art fairs, plus priority booking on international trips.
In addition, Director’s Circle members receive;
- Updates on gallery news and invitations to events.
- Advanced opportunities to purchase Modern Art Oxford’s limited edition art works by emerging and renowned contemporary artists.
- Acknowledgment onsite at the gallery and on our website.
If you would like to speak to us before making your gift, we would be delighted to discuss the programme further.
For more information, please contact Liz Smith, Head of Development at email@example.com or call 01865 813223.
£2,500 per couple
£750 in benefits plus a £1,750 voluntary donation
Become a Director's Circle Member
All Patron’s and Director’s Circle subscription fees comprise a benefit value (the actual cost of the events provided) and an additional donation component. In accordance with HM Revenue & Customs regulation, membership to the schemes can be purchased for the benefit value price alone, however, individuals are strongly encouraged to make the annual philanthropic donation which (eligibility permitting) will qualify for Gift Aid and increase the value of the donation by 25%. Modern Art Oxford will submit appropriate claims to HM Revenue & Customs.
When you make a donation to Modern Art Oxford, we collect and store your personal data which we will use to send you relevant invitations, notifications and updates on our activities. Modern Art Oxford may hold payment and Gift Aid information you have provided for up to seven years, in line with industry financial standards. If ever a supplier of Modern Art Oxford runs their operations outside of the European Economic Area (such as CAF America or the Advanced database help desk), we will only use reputable service providers. We will only share your details with another individual with your prior agreement, and we will never sell your personal details to a third party.
Retention of information:
If you decide to stop supporting Modern Art Oxford, we will keep some basic information so that we don’t send you unwanted materials in the future, or duplicate information. We are required to keep details of your financial support by our auditor for seven years.
For further information on new Data Protection Regulations and how they affect you, see the Information Commissioner’s guidance here.
If you would like more information on how Modern Art Oxford protects and uses your personal data, please contact a member of the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information on new Data Protection Regulations and how they affect you, please read our Privacy, Security and Cookie Notice: https://www.modernartoxford.org.uk/about-us/privacy-policy-data-protection
For further information, please read the Information Commissioner’s guidance: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/
Image: Paul Hobson leading the Modern Art Oxford Trip to Berlin Gallery Weekend 2016, where supporters enjoyed a three-day tour of the best commercial galleries, public institutions, and artist-run spaces around the city. (Additional costs apply).