Artichoke works with artists to create extraordinary and ambitious public art in cities, the countryside and on coastlines around the UK.

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Sanctuary in the Miners' Welfare Park with a blue sky in the background
June 1, 2022

Communications Coordinator

We’re seeking a fast-learning, enthusiastic and organised Communications Coordinator to join our busy London-based team… Read More

Overhead shot of the Sanctuary structure engulfed in flames
May 30, 2022

Sanctuary engulfed in flames in moment of catharsis for the nation

At sunset on Saturday, thousands watched as Sanctuary ceremonially set alight in a moment of catharsis for the local community of Warwickshire and the entire country. We would like to thank everyone who visited Sanctuary last week (21 – 27 May 2022) and adorned the walls with messages, mementos and… Read More

May 9, 2022

Meet our new Trustees

We’re delighted to welcome five new trustees to the Artichoke board Laia Gasch, Tony Heaton, Desirée Clarke Noble, Shirley Rodrigues and Nephertiti Schandorf have joined our board. With extensive expertise and varied experience spanning the creative industries, marketing and public service, they were selected following an open recruitment process. All… Read More

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London 1666 participants and artist David Best holding up wooden numbers which say
London 1666, David Best, London’s Burning, a festival of arts and ideas for Great Fire 350. Produced by Artichoke. Photo by Matthew Andrews