'Journey', 3rd - 7th May 2024
10 years after our first exhibition, 'Journey' at Ballroom Arts in Aldeburgh will showcase contemporary travel-related art, whilst marking the journey Art For Cure has taken throughout the decade raising funds for vital breast cancer research and support services.
Follow the Art For Cure journey through our timeline of previous exhibitions based in East Anglia and London.
The money raised comes from a commission donated by the artist after the sale of their work at our exhibition.
Sculpture - 2023
Set in the award-winning gardens of Helmingham Hall, Art For Cure spent the Summer exhibiting the best contemporary British sculpture for sale.
Fanfare - 2022
In our founder Belinda's beautiful country home, Fanfare celebrated over £1 million raised by Art For Cure for breast cancer research and support services.
Feast - 2021
At Ballroom Arts in Aldeburgh, Art For Cure curated a delicious selection of painting, sculpture and ceramics all embodying the theme of food.
Blue Sky - 2021
Our first physical post-lockdown exhibited a vibrant collection of painting, ceramics and sculpture for sale to bring optimism and joy to our lives and homes.
Bloom - 2021
Still in the depths of the pandemic restrictions, Bloom launched online bringing all things floral to Art For Cure.
Big 100 Artists - 2020
Having had to abandon plans for the biggest exhibition at Glemham Hall as we went into lockdown, Big 100 Artists became an online exhibition of contemporary painting, ceramics and sculpture.
Three Women - 2020
Celebrating three of our loyal women artists and their captivating studies of the female form. Artists exhibiting included Sarah Muir Poland, Sarah Baddon Price and Henrietta Dubrey.
Somerleyton Hall - 2019
She Bankside - 2019
Glemham Hall - 2018
Glemham Hall - 2016
Bredfield House - 2014
More information on these exhibitions are coming soon!