Patrons are integral to Modern Art Oxford, helping the organisation to deliver a world-class, inclusive artistic programme with a truly local bearing. They form part of an exceptional community of supporters and enjoy a range of benefits throughout the year.
“What I really love about my involvement with Modern Art Oxford is that I can support the organisation’s vital work with artists, audiences and communities while developing my knowledge of contemporary art, with unrivalled access to artists, international art events, institutions and exclusive private collections, in a way that is fun and exciting.” MAO Supporter, 2023
Invitation to 2 preview dinners and parties
Curator-led exhibition tours
VIP morning at Frieze Art Fair
Access to limited editions
Access to exclusive international art trips
International trips are on a first come, first served basis and incur additional costs not covered by membership.
Join as a Patron
Patron support is £500 for the year; Joint Patron is £1,000. Support Modern Art Oxford. See things differently.
Renew today to keep enjoying a range of benefits
We hope you’ve enjoyed a year of rewarding visual art experiences. Please continue supporting the gallery by remaining a Patron.
- A £500 contribution encompasses a £350 voluntary donation, which is eligible for Gift Aid. A minimum £150 payment is required to cover the cost of benefits.
- A Joint Patron £1,000 contribution encompasses a £700 voluntary donation and a minimum £300 benefits payment.
Benefits are offered to the named Patron(s) only and inclusive of VAT.
Up next for Patrons
In 2023/24 supporters will enjoy an exciting programme of VIP visual art experiences. They are also able to access an ever-popular calendar of short and long haul art trips, that explore the contemporary art scene abroad whilst contextualising Modern Art Oxford’s exhibitions at home.
How your support helps
Thanks to your support, more people have enjoyed access to the transformative benefits of visual art and Modern Art Oxford remains one of the UK’s leading modern and contemporary art spaces.
With thanks to
Our Patrons, Ronán & Róisín Allen, Kirsty Anson, Hussein Barma, Nicholas Berwin, Marie Boyle, Jacqueline Bowman, Jacqueline Chilton, Helen Chung-Halpern, Sandra Clarke, Sarah Lee Elson, Natalie Fellowes, Iva Fattorini, Pravin Fernando, Didi & Peter Forster, Jessica & Peter Frankopan, Joanna Gemes, Toby & Jennifer Greenbury, Emilie Gregg, William & Christine Hanway, Victoria Harper, Andrea Hartley, David Isaac, Lara James, Judith Keeling, Martin Kemp, Audrey Klein, Yves Klemmer & Martina Domonkos-Klemmer, Cecilia Akerman Kressner, David & Karen Korn, Anthony & Jenny Loehnis, Elizabeth McCarthy, Anne Millais, Flavia Nespatti, Annabelle Nevile, Midge & Simon Palley, Gisele Phillips, Karen Smith, Paul Smith, John & Lucy Stopford, Ruth Swain, Nicholas Tresilian, Andy Verschoyle, Gareth Williams, Sarah Wiseman, Tom Woo, and those who wish to remain anonymous.