Sponsors & Supporters

We are extremely grateful to our sponsors and supporters for generously contributing to the wavelength project. If you would like to support the wavelength project, please contact us via the contact page and we will be pleased to send you information on how you might be able to help.

  • The Royal Exchange Theatre has been a hub for superb storytelling for Manchester and the UK for forty years.  We are proud to have the generous support of the theatre for our 2016 Reflecting Nature touring exhibition.

    Website: https://www.royalexchange.co.uk/

  • Arts Council England champions, develops and invests in artistic and cultural experiences that enrich people’s lives.  Great art and culture can inspire our education system, boost our economy and give our nation international standing.

    Website: http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/

  • JVCKENWOOD, manufacturer of a range of high-quality professional 4K/HD camcorders, monitors, projectors and studio equipment, is very pleased to be supporting the wavelength project and is looking forward to finding out how sound and light affects the brain as this interesting project’s investigation develops.

    Website: http://www.jvcpro.co.uk/

  • Arqadia has always known that art delivers immense pleasure. Now that it is also being shown to contribute to good health and well-being, the company is delighted to be supporting the wavelength project. Arqadia is a leading UK supplier of picture frame materials.

    Website: http://www.arqadia.co.uk/

  • The Artists’ Benevolent Fund offers grants to visual artists and makers in any medium and aims is to help artists sustain or develop their professional careers. We are very grateful for the support ABF has generously given the wavelength project’s lead artist, Mark Ware.

    Website: http://www.artistsbenevolentfund.org.uk/

  • The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity which campaigns to improve stroke care, supports people to make the best recovery they can and funds ground-breaking research to change the lives of people affected by stroke. We are delighted to be supporting this exciting and ground breaking project.

    Website: https://www.stroke.org.uk/

  • Exeter Cathedral is one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere. Following the success of Cathedra 900, we are very pleased to support Mark Ware once again with the wavelength project.

    Website: http://www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk/

  • Gloucester Cathedral has been a place of Christian worship continuously for over 1,300 years, since Osric, an Anglo-Saxon prince, founded a religious house here in 678-9 AD. The cathedral has been a centre for creativity for centuries and we are very pleased to continue this tradition by supporting the wavelength project.

    Website: http://www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk/

  • Mothlight (Chicago USA) creates video content that tells stories and engages audiences on screens around the world. We are excited to partner with the wavelength project in support of its innovative exploration of the confluence of art and science.

    Website: http://mothlight.com/

  • Four Abilities CIC utilises the arts and creative activities to positively enhance the lives of adults with learning disabilities, focusing on ability not disability. We are delighted to support the work of the wavelength project.

    Website: http://www.four-abilities.org.uk/

  • Teign Hardware is an independent hardware shop in Teignmouth, Devon, offering a friendly, traditional service, stocking a wide variety of products for the home and DIY projects. We have greatly enjoyed supporting the wavelength project, including helping paint two cathedrals with light using LED torches supplied by us!

    Website: https://plus.google.com/103835335593617510970/about?gl=uk&hl=en

  • Picture This Framing is a Devon business owned by professional artist, Chris North. Chris’s knowledge of art enables him to successfully interpret artists’ needs and deliver framing services suitable for gallery exhibitions. PTF is very pleased to be supporting the artistic content of the wavelength project.

    Website: https://plus.google.com/108310772190801785023/about?gl=uk&hl=en