As a not-for-profit Community Interested company, the support of our partners, patrons, and advisors is vital for our continuous development. In becoming a Patron you will guarantee that our pioneering work continues to make a universal change in the way we work and support artists.

To express your interest in becoming a Procreate Project Patron, please email We will be in touch to provide further information on how you can be involved in supporting our platforms.

Thank you in advance for your contribution.

We thought of other different ways in which you could support and participate:

Become a listed Sponsor on our website and Mother House Studios Wall Brick. Buy a Brick for 150 GBP (this is a minimum suggested donation. Please feel free to offer more if you can. You can email us or donate directly via Paypal here.

Buy art from our Shop or ENGAGE platform – 10% off from all the artworks;

Sponsor 6 months or 1-year studio space with integrated childcare for an artist mother/parent. We are keen to offer this opportunity to an artist from a minoritised ethnic group currently on a lower or no income ( A part-time studio space with integrated childcare provision would cost £4200 for a whole year and could be a life/work changing experience for this person) – you will have the chance to participate in studio visits fourth monthly, to directly engage with the artists’ practices and experience of the studios.

Past and present supporters/partners:

198 Contemporary Arts and Learning

Arts Council England

Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD)

Association of Women in the Arts (AWITA)

Birth Rites Collection

Create London

Cromwell Place

Diversity Art Forum

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Frances Morris (Tate Modern)

Eva LAngret (Frieze London)

Goldsmith’s Women’s Art Library


King’s College London

Lace Gallery Nottingham

LADA Live Art Development Agency

Lewisham Council

Leyden Gallery

Marcelle Joseph Projects

Mimosa House

Museum of Motherhood, Manhattan College

Picture This Productions

Really Local Group

Richard Saltoun Gallery Director

RichMix London

Royal College of Art

The Mom Egg Review

The Showroom London

Zabludowicz Collection

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