Richard Cummings and David Pedelty, Dignity, presenting a cheque to Gill Summers, Chair of Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums Development Trust and Christine Rew, Manager of Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums
"With spaces for education, inspiration, contemplation and performance there is something for everyone following the exciting re-development of Aberdeen Art Gallery, Remembrance Hall and the Cowdray Hall. Aberdeen can be justifiably proud. The completion of the re-development is not the end of the story but merely the start of the next stage in the life of these deeply loved buildings and the fabulous, internationally-recognised collections of art and history they are home to. Your support continues the legacy of the original founders and enables Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums to support access to the arts, curate first-class exhibitions, continually improve facilities, conserve, study and add to the collections and deliver education and events programmes for all of us. We greatly rely on your generous support, please give what you can."
Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums Development Trust
Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums Development Trust was established in 2015 to support the redevelopment of Aberdeen Art Gallery. Since the Art Gallery reopened in 2019, the Trust are now focused in further advancing arts, culture and heritage whilst making available for public benefit and enjoyment an art gallery and museums for the City of Aberdeen.