the CERA PROJECT welcomes support from both institutions and individuals. Your contribution is vital to continue and expand our work facilitating artistic exchange and developing creative practice through our residencies, public programmes and community & social art projects.
CERA PROJECT focuses on art from the southern hemisphere, aiming to expand, engage and create dialogues about these oft-overlooked regions.
As a non-profit organisation with ambitious, global reach, we rely on the generous support of funders to enable us to support artists, indigenous communities to offer free public access and develop our ongoing programme of work across the world.
Every contribution helps. Whilst there is no minimum donation, we ask supporters to consider gifts equivalent to residency costs. €50 provides a monthly travel pass for a resident, €450 contributes to an event in our public programme, €1200 provides a resident’s international travel allowance, €2500 provides a resident’s food allowance. We are happy to discuss larger gifts to fully sponsor a residency or public programme.
If you would like to support our work please do get in touch so we can discuss the possibilities for collaborating. Please contact Inês Valle, Director of the Cera Project, on
To make a donation via cheque:
Please make cheques payable to ‘the CERA PROJECT/VENTOSUL’ and post to our mailing address:
Av. Brasília, 1400 – 038, Lisboa, Portugal
(Building Espaço Espelho D’Água (next to the monument Padrão dos Descobrimentos))
To make a donation via a bank transfer:
Please get in touch so we can share our bank details with you. We are happy to accept payment by monthly standing order, as well as lump sums.
To make a donation with a debit credit card:
Please use Paypal by clicking on the button below to go to our dedicated donation page:
PARTNERS & SPONSORS
As an itinerant and inherently collaborative organisation, sponsorship is crucial to the realisation of our programme. Partnerships can take many forms, from venue support to specific exhibition opportunities to wider programme involvement.
the CERA PROJECT would love to hear from partners interested in tailored, sustainable collaborations that are mutually and communally beneficial. In return, we offer exclusive exhibition previews, the possibility for unusual, creative corporate events and staff training with international curators, media, artists and other creative minds. Partners will also be warmly acknowledged across our publicity materials.
If you would like to discuss partnerships or sponsoring, please get in touch at theceraproject (@) gmail.com and we look forward to exploring how we can collaborate.