Founded in 2013 by Croydon locals, Turf Projects is the first entirely artist-run contemporary art space in Croydon, South London.
A registered charity, Turf has supported the work of over 300 artists to date through a programme of free public exhibitions, workshops and events.
Turf also run vocational skills workshops for artists, MOSS (a collective of learning disabled adult artists), Art Press (a young peoples collective of Croydon locals aged 14-21), a support & residency programme for Croydon School of Art students, family workshops, projects with local schools & more.
Turf currently exists across two ex-retail units.
Our main unit within Croydon Arts Store in Croydon’s Whitgift Shopping Centre houses:
– Our gallery space, exhibiting the work of both local & national, emerging & established artists
– A creative workshop & events space
– Artists’ workspace
– An open-use shared community project & exhibition space called LOFT, managed collaboratively by Croydon Arts Store partners.
A second site at Keeley Road, our original home, now houses a project space and expanded studio provision for artists & makers.
For more information about current exhibitions or to get involved, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered Charity No: 1160527
Founder & Director // Alice Cretney
Head of Marketing & Communications // B Atherton
Head of Artist Development // Holly Graham
Head of Learning // Sophie Blagden
Head of Community & Accessibility // Jhinuk Sarkar
Head of Public Realm Projects // Chris Alton
Front of House // Rosie Mills Eckmire & Skye Baker
Finance Officer // Belinda Brissett
External Projects Assistant // Rosie Mills Eckmire
Previous Team Members ❤🌱 // Mandisa Apena, Deborah Findlater, Isabelle Southwood
Isabelle Zhizhi Southwood
// BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Ines Canellas-Jager (Chair)
// PREVIOUS BOARD MEMBERS
Doug Bowen // Mireille Fauchon // Aoife Flynn // Nigel Dias // Andrew Dickinson // Clair Donnelly // John Lawlor // Holly Lewis // David McLeavy // Jasmine Popper // Vincent Lacovara
// TURF FRIENDS
Jump photo: Alex Brenchley