Common Practice

Website: http://www.commonpractice.org.uk/

Common Practice, London, founded in 2009, is an advocacy group working for the recognition and fostering of the small-scale contemporary visual arts sector in London. The group aims to promote the value of the sector and its activities, act as a knowledge base and resource for members and affiliated organisations, and develop a dialogue with other visual art organisations on a local, national and international level. The group’s founding members are Afterall, Chisenhale, Electra, Gasworks, LUX, Matt’s Gallery, Mute Publishing, The Showroom, and Studio Voltaire – together working in commissioning, production, publishing, research, exhibitions, residencies and artists’ studios.

Common Practice are also founding partners of our AWP Internships programme, funded by UAL’s Widening Participation programme.

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