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Partnering with the National Gallery

Every year the Gallery partners with local organisations and audiences from across the UK in a range of different and innovative ways. We want to make sure that everyone in the UK can engage with their national collection.

Contact us

If you're interested in working with us, or opportunities to connect to our Learning programmes, please contact:

Email:

nationalpartnerships@nationalgallery.org.uk

We look forward to hearing from you.

Exhibitions programme

Find out more about our current and previous partnerships. We collaborate with a large number of organisations across the UK on a wide range and scale of projects.

National Gallery Masterpiece Tour

The National Gallery Masterpiece Tour offers non-London museums, galleries and art centres the opportunity to partner with the National Gallery, collaborating to displaying major works from the collection across the UK.

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Touring exhibitions

These exhibitions are available to tour: 'Sensing the Unseen: Step into Gossaert's 'Adoration''; 'Sin' and 'Dutch Flowers'.

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Visits

Leaving the Gallery in central London, a painting visits a series of unusual and unexpected locations throughout the UK.

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Artist in Residence programme

Supporting the production of new art within the walls of the Gallery.

Find out about the Artist in Residence programme

Contemporary Fellowship

The National Gallery Contemporary Fellowship with Art Fund is a unique collaboration with an artist of international significance for the 21st century.

Find out about Contemporary Fellowship

Borrowing from the National Gallery

Information about borrowing from the Gallery and loans conditions.

Learn more about borrowing

Learning partnerships

Take One Picture partners

Our annual Take One Picture programme for schools.

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Articulation partners

We work with over 50 museums, galleries, archives and universities across the country, empowering young people to look, think and speak about artworks that inspire them

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Supporting professional development, networking and skills

Subject specialist network

Curatorial traineeships