WITP arts organisation supports contemporary artists by exhibiting their works in vibrant locations, giving them an opportunity for future success in the art world.

 

WITP creates opportunities for emerging contemporary artists to reach a wider audience in the art world. We believe that individuals working alongside each other create power through collaboration.

We promote fair payment of artists. We are a not-for-profit and no-commission initiative. An artist receives the entirety of the profit if their piece sells during a WITP event.

Once a year, a group show’s theme asks artists to create a new piece in response to the question, ‘What is the Point?’. Their answer might relate to society or reflect on their personal story. It can be answered intensely or flippantly. The intent isn’t to find the correct answer, but to muse on the question and what it means at that moment.

You can learn more about our mission in our manifesto (pdf).

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WITP Board of Trustees

Brian Harris

Brian Harris is an Arts Development Consultant committed to the creation of facilities and programmes that provide the widest possible range of opportunities for people to be involved in the arts and culture. Brian set up and ran the Battersea Arts Centre for its first 3 years and has worked as an officer for the Arts Council of Great Britain and Greater London Arts and has served as a board member for a number of arts organisations.

Kate Enters

Fine Artist Kate Enters has extensive PR and events experience within the arts and creative industries. From the V&A Museum and Brunswick Arts to PR campaigns for RADA, The Raisa Gorbachev Foundation and supporting The Serpentine Gallery’s Summer Party. More recently her role has been administrative within the Architectural Industry enabling the return of her spare time. This was essential for her painting career and for the creation of WITP. Kate is also an art features writer for Wall Street International Magazine. Kate founded WITP in 2012. She has a strong conviction that individuals working alongside each other create power through exchanging ideas and sharing information and contacts.

Stephen Crampton-Hayward

Stephen Crampton-Hayward is a passionate supporter of the arts. He currently holds the post of Director of Finance at WorldSkills UK prior to which he spent four years as Managing Director of the Whitechapel Gallery, London. Stephen is the Board Member and Treasurer to Paintings In Hospitals and Trustee to The Children’s Discovery Centre, East London and The Cholmondeleys. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts.

WITP Advisory Committee

Our WITP Advisory Committee members volunteer their time and expertise to provide a sounding board which guides our organisation and ensures we stay aligned with our shared vision of supporting artists.

Advisory Committee

AILEEN MCGEE   |   DAFNI BAMPANIOTI   |   HANNAH PRATT   |   LAURA FISHMAN   |   LAUREN MELE

Partnerships

WITP could not be successful without ample support from our partners. They deserve our biggest thanks.

View our sponsorship and donation support levels.

Contact us for more information about partnership opportunities.

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WITP is a company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales: 10193210 Charity Commission registration is currently in process.

Contact:
info@witp-art.com

Kate Enters, Director
Ellen Schwartze, Marketing Director