Explore exhibitions on Carolee Schneemann, ASMR and more for half price with the National Art Pass
The National Art Pass, Art Fund’s membership, gets you 50 pecent off tickets for numerous major exhibitions as well as free entry to many galleries and museums across the UK.
National Art Pass members can get half price tickets at exhibitions at over 30 museums in London, including Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics. The new exhibition, which explores the radical feminist artist’s work and legacy, is open at the Barbican Art Gallery now until 8 January 2023.
Other exhibition highlights that you can get half-price entry to with National Art Pass include Weird Sensations Feel Good: The World of ASMR – an immersive sensory display currently on at The Design Museum – and Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art at The Hayward Gallery. The latter of which opens later this month and features ceramic works by Grayson Perry, Magdalene Odundo and Edmund de Waal.
Outside of London, there’s Very Private?, which is also 50 pecent off with National Art Pass and presents a rare collection of Duncan Grant’s erotic drawings from the 1940s and 50s, which were preserved and passed along through the queer community secretly. The Bloomsbury Group artist’s work is being shown at the Charleston in Lewes, which was formerly a creative hub for The Bloomsbury Group where Grant and Vanessa Bell lived.
Further north, The Hepworth, Wakefield is 50% off with National Art Pass where a collection of Jadé Fadojutimi‘s vibrant paintings are currently on display. The 29-year old artist, who employs a figurative and abstract style, is the youngest with work in the Tate collection.
The National Art Pass is part of Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art, founded in 1903. Membership also contributes to helping the Art Fund’s work in supporting arts spaces across the UK. Membership costs £73 annually and £45 per year for under-30s. For more information on upcoming exhibitions and the National Art Pass head here.