National Saturday Club: Frieze charity partner 2019

2 October, 2019

We are delighted to announce that the National Saturday Club is the charity partner for Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2019. 

Both Frieze and the National Saturday Club are conscious of the urgent need to support young people as they seek opportunities to develop their skills, nurture their talents and pursue pathways into the creative industries.

Since 2009, the National Saturday Club has built the confidence and raised the aspirations of 8,000 young people, encouraging and equipping them to fulfil their potential as the innovators, entrepreneurs and creative leaders of tomorrow.

This is a pivotal moment for the National Saturday Club as it looks to grow the National Saturday Club network significantly over the next three years, creating more Saturday Clubs with new partners across the UK. To help to achieve this goal, the National Saturday Club and Frieze London would like to invite Frieze visitors to find out more about how they can support this inspirational creative education programme.


University of the Arts London South, North and East Art&Design Club Masterclass with Jeremy Deller, 2014.

Victoria and Albert Museum Art&Design Club Masterclass with Barnaby Barford, 2018.

National Portrait Gallery, London Visit, 2018

Plymouth College of Art, Art&Design Club

Hereford College of Arts Art&Design Club Masterclass with Thomas Randall-Page, 2015.

Northbrook College and University of Brighton Art&Design Clubs' Masterclass with Katie Greenyer, Pentland Brands, 2015

University for the Creative Arts Epsom Art&Design Club Masterclass with Es Devlin, 2018

Coventry University Art&Design Club

Ferens Art Gallery and Hull College Art&Design Clubs' Masterclass with Sinta Tantra, 2019

Coventry University Art&Design Club Masterclass with Triple Double Studio, 2019

London Metropolitan University Art&Design Club Masterclass with Bob and Roberta Smith, 2015

National Portrait Gallery, London Visit, 2018

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