The visual arts are necessary to push boundaries, encourage new ways of thinking, to celebrate or lament the human condition. The impact of the visual arts is not just demonstrable in the industries that they feed and support, but also in the classrooms, communities and cultures within which they are inextricably meshed. Many different forms and aspects of the visual arts are represented in our portfolio – animation, fashion, photography, documentary, art education – but the list is by no means exhaustive and there is still plenty of scope for growth.

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