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

We have created some of the most celebrated outdoor art in recent times, including the Lumiere light festivals, The Sultan’s Elephant, Antony Gormley’s One & Other Fourth Plinth commission and Temple.

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You can also explore our projects on the newly launched Artichoke guide, available now through Bloomberg Connects

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Platonic Spin artwork
July 19, 2021

Artichoke selected for new Bloomberg Philanthropies Digital Accelerator programme

We’re thrilled to be one of 46 global arts organisations selected to participate in the new international Digital Accelerator programme to help arts organisations invest in and use technology to speed COVID-19 economic recovery. Read More

Communications Assistant, Khadija wearing a yellow hoodie and using a hand-held steamer to prepare a banner for the Women Making History exhibition.
June 8, 2021

Women Making History Schools Resource

Inspired by the banners, ideas, themes and history behind the exhibition Women Making History, this resource is a starting point for pupils/students to explore and learn about the history of Women’s Suffrage, democracy and gender equality. Read More

6 brightly coloured banners displayed against a white background.
June 3, 2021

You can now find Artichoke on the Bloomberg Connects app

Download Bloomberg Connects to discover Artichoke’s new multimedia guide offering a new way to explore our ambitious, ephemeral events from anywhere in the world. Read More

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As a registered charity, Artichoke’s events are entirely dependent on additional funding from individuals and organisations.

London 1666
London 1666, David Best, London’s Burning, a festival of arts and ideas for Great Fire 350. Produced by Artichoke. Photo by Matthew Andrews