The arts in the UK

Opening minds, together

Why place the arts at the centre of our responsible business strategy?

Creative thinking is at the heart of our culture and we see art as an important instrument of change. Our partnerships with art galleries and charities, such as the National Portrait Gallery, the Tate Liverpool and the Roundhouse, play a central role in helping us to broaden our horizons by encouraging analytical thinking and understanding of different perspectives.

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The Roundhouse

We support their work in inspiring thousands of young people every year to conceptualise, collaborate and create.

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Hear about why the arts are so important to us

Our partnership with the National Portrait Gallery

As part of our partnership with the NPG, all Taylor Wessing employees have free admission to all exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery throughout the year. We also organise curated tours for colleagues and clients for the Taylor Wessing National Portrait Gallery Photography Prize. Image: The Hubbucks form the series England by Garrod Kirkwood 2018 © Garrod Kirkwood

Visit the National Portrait Gallery
Visit the National Portrait Gallery

Taylor Wessing Arts Society

We have an active Taylor Wessing Arts Society which brings the arts further into our workplace through our programme of lunchtime talks, exhibition tours, theatre trips and other creative workshops in our workplace.

The National Art Pass

We’re able to offer all our employees a discount on the National Art Pass which gives free access to 240 museums, galleries and historic places, along with 50% off entry to major exhibitions, including those at Tate, V&A and National Museum of Scotland.

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