Dame Vivien Duffield Announces Major Donations To UK Cultural Organisations
Dame Vivien Duffield (6R) stands with (L-R) Michael Day, Chief Executive Historic Royal Palaces, Alexander Sturgis, Director of the Holburne Museum, Maria Balshaw, Director of Whitworth Gallery, Michael Harrison, Director of Kettles Yard, Zelda Baveystock, Acting Deputy Director Museum of Liverpool, Michael Boyd, Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Graeme Williamson, Acting Development Director of The Royal Shakespeare Company, Nicholas Serota, Director Tate, Henrietta Boex, Project Manager of Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, Victoria Pomery, Director Turner Contemporary - Margate, Nick Giles, Executive Director of the Donmar Warehouse and Nicholas Hytner, Director of The National Theatre on March 24, 2011 in London, England. Philanthropist Dame Vivien Duffield today announced grants of £8.2M to open new creative learning spaces for children and young people in 11 leading cultural organisations across England including Tate, Royal Shakespeare Company and The National Theatre. The Clore Duffield Foundation has distributed a total of £50M in grants to charitable causes since 2000.
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