Jealous are delighted to be donating one of our artworks to an auction in aid of mental health charities. We were approached by #MakeItBlue, a not-for-profit organisation founded by members of the live events industry.
With concerts, festivals, music tours and other live productions cancelled since the beginning of the year, their core concern was for the 600,000 set designers, sound engineers, lighting technicians etc - who have no hope of work for the foreseeable future and who are experiencing deep financial and emotional distress. But #MakeItBlue’s fundraising initiative will also benefit people from all walks of life who are struggling with mental health issues right now – the auction proceeds will be donated to Samaritans and also to Stagehand – the Production Services Association Welfare and Benevolent Fund.
We’ve donated one of our new editions: ‘Hummingbird’ by Bench Allen: a 7 Colour Screenprint on Khadi Rough Cotton Rag, valued at £495. The online secret sealed bid auction will take place on 4th December.
Full details can be found on the #MakeItBlue website HERE.
The HELP Portfolio
A new print portfolio by 16 leading UK artists to raise funds for charities affected by COVID-19
Launch date: 11am , Thursday 5th November 2020
Sue Arrowsmith, Margaret Calvert, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Michael Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Nicky Hirst, Idris Khan, Chris Levine, Paul McDevitt, Elizabeth Magill, Annie Morris, Paul Morrison, Remi Rough, Yinka Shonibare CBE, Mathew Weir, Paul Winstanley.
The Big Art Auction
The art auction aimed at supporting The Big Issue and its network of sellers in a time of crisis, is now open for registration.
Goldie, Gavin Turk, Jamie Reid, Lauren Baker and Rugman are among 21 creative geniuses who have generously lent their talents to create extraordinary works for the auction, which will be held by The Auction Collective on Wednesday 4th November.
Art Car Boot Fair - Viral Edition
A huge thank you to everybody who stuck with us for the Art Car Boot Fair on Sunday! After some major technical issues on the day, the organisers have decided to extend the fair by a whole week, with ticket holders gaining exclusive access until Wednesday morning, then it will be free for all to visit, view and buy! We are delighted to share that some of our new editions have sold out already, so to avoid disappointment, head there now!More
Restore: Collaborative mural with Jealous Gallery and Fora
Join Jealous at Fora on Great Eastern Street (just around the corner from our Shoreditch Gallery), where you'll be able to create your own individual squares using the materials provided, to build a big old mural in celebration of our return to the new normality and the opportunity to be together once again!More