Annabel Jackson Associates Ltd

Trace finer from Freud’s couch under crossed polars with Quartz wedge compensator (#2), Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, 2015, jacquard woven tapestry, 2.9m x 2m. Image reproduced courtesy of the artists, Lisson Gallery and Southbank/The British Art Show, London

Creativity1

RSC First Encounters with Shakespeare production of The Taming of the Shrew (photograph by Simon Annand). Reproduced with kind permission of the Royal Shakespeare Company

Learning2

Scene from I Was a Rat! Strategic Touring Programme Evaluation (photographer Robert Day) © Birmingham Repertory Theatre, reproduced with kind permission

Grant making3

Shang dynasty oracle bone with Chinese writing (Or.7694/1535) from the collection of the British Library, digitized in the China-UK Exchange project

Training4

Barbican Open Lab residency with theatre group Brave New Worlds (photograph by Camilla Greenwall). Image reproduced with kind permission of The Barbican

Partnership5

Image of Andrea Huber at the UN Panel 2015 on the Standard Minimum Rules. Reproduced with permission of PRI

Advocacy6

Reproduced with kind permission from The Design Museum, (photograph by Luke Hayes)

Building7

Haemoglobin (10), digital print by James Pattison, Wellcome Trust Project, Connections. Reproduced with kind permission of the artist

Audiences8

1 : Trace finer from Freud’s couch under crossed polars with Quartz wedge compensator (#2), Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, 2015, jacquard woven tapestry, 2.9m x 2m. Image reproduced courtesy of the artists, Lisson Gallery and Southbank/The British Art Show, London

2 : RSC First Encounters with Shakespeare production of The Taming of the Shrew (photograph by Simon Annand). Reproduced with kind permission of the Royal Shakespeare Company

3 : Scene from I Was a Rat! Strategic Touring Programme Evaluation (photographer Robert Day) © Birmingham Repertory Theatre, reproduced with kind permission

4 : Shang dynasty oracle bone with Chinese writing (Or.7694/1535) from the collection of the British Library, digitized in the China-UK Exchange project

5 : Barbican Open Lab residency with theatre group Brave New Worlds (photograph by Camilla Greenwall). Image reproduced with kind permission of The Barbican

6 : Image of Andrea Huber at the UN Panel 2015 on the Standard Minimum Rules. Reproduced with permission of PRI

7 : Reproduced with kind permission from The Design Museum, (photograph by Luke Hayes)

8 : Haemoglobin (10), digital print by James Pattison, Wellcome Trust Project, Connections. Reproduced with kind permission of the artist

Clients

  • Absolutely Fabulous Theatre Company
  • African Center for Economic Transformation
  • Architecture Centre Network
  • Arts Council England
  • Arts Council of Northern Ireland
  • Arts Council of Wales
  • Association of British Orchestras
  • Australia and New Zealand Festival
  • Barbican Guildhall
  • Belarus Free Theatre
  • BEST-AC, Tanzania
  • BooksEast Festival
  • The British Council
  • The British Museum
  • China Plate National Rural Touring Forum
  • The Cleveland Foundation
  • CLIC Sargent
  • The Clore Leadership Programme
  • The Crafts Council
  • Creative Education Academies Trust
  • Darlington Civic Theatre
  • Department for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The Design Museum
  • Department for International Development
  • Engine Room
  • The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
  • Film Club
  • Film London
  • Forward Thinking
  • The GLA
  • Glyndebourne
  • The Gulbenkian Foundation
  • Hayward Gallery
  • Help Musicians
  • History + Policy
  • ICA
  • ITC, United Nations
  • Kinetika
  • Lincolnshire One Venues
  • Livity
  • Local authorities
  • London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund
  • Lux
  • Milton Keynes Gallery
  • National Arts Strategies
  • The National Couple Support Network
  • The National Literacy Trust
  • National Museum Cardiff
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • NCVO
  • The Octavia Foundation
  • Office of Tony Blair/AGI, Rwanda
  • The Old Vic
  • The Opera Group
  • Orchestra in a Field
  • The Ormiston Trust
  • The Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology
  • The Paul Hamlyn Foundation
  • Penal Reform International
  • The Photographers’ Gallery
  • Pop Up
  • Prison Reform Trust
  • Property developers
  • Ragdoll Foundation
  • Relate
  • The Royal Opera House
  • Royal Scottish National Orchestra
  • Sadler’s Wells
  • Sainsbury Family Charitable Trust
  • Shine Group
  • Southall Black Sisters
  • Southbank
  • Take Art
  • Tate St Ives
  • The Place
  • Theatre Touring Consortium
  • Together for Short Lives
  • Trinity Laban College
  • University College
  • The Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Wales Arts International
  • Welsh National Opera
  • Whitechapel Gallery
  • Wysing Arts Centre
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park