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Buy photographs and help build a school in Senegal, Africa!


         Wishing Line by Joanna Mahoney

Go Figurative is supporting a Camden school's art project which aims to raise money to build a school in Africa through selling photography created by the students and members of the Haverstock community.

Go Figurative is Art Partner for Haverstock School, Camden, London, where Year 10 students are working with buildOn, an American charity and GE Capital to raise £35,000 to build a school in Senegal in July 2014. The students will live and work alongside local people to build a school for a village with no educational provision. 

You can follow Haverstock School's progress on

twitter: buildOnLdn

website: http://act.buildon.org/fundraise?is_new=1&fcid=267344.


Go Figurative provides a Free Gallery for all figurative painters, printmakers, photographers and sculptors to display their art free.

Paid internships and work experience

Go Figurative regularly hires art students and graduates to assist in staging exhibitions. All of our interns are paid.

Access to Bursaries

St Pauls

Go Figurative assists artists seeking scholarships and bursaries to art school through its relationship with The Heatherley's School of Fine Art.

Roy was living at a hostel run by charity Centrepoint when he attended First Impressions, a self portraiture art workshop run by The National Gallery in conjunction with Go Figurative. Roy excelled and Go Figurative introduced him to Heatherleys School of Fine Art where he was awarded a bursary and is currently studying full time for a portraiture diploma.

David Downes, who has high functioning austism and is represented by Go Figurative, has been awarded a bursary for The Heatherley's School of Fine Art where he works as artist in residence.

Art Workshops

Go Figurative is committed to developing a programme of art workshops for people on the margins of society to use art as a means of skills development and personal expression.

First Impressions developed for Centrepoint by Go Figurative and The National Gallery used Dutch Masterpieces from within the Gallery's collection as inspiration for self portraits.

Go Figurative also runs life drawing classes for City workers who want to learn a new skill.