The Sunny Art Centre is an art institution sponsored by the Art Council England located on the historically rich Gray’s Inn Road, in the heart of London. The history of this location is particularly important to the identity and standards that the gallery unwaveringly aspires to. The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn dates back to 1370 and was once home to Sir Francis Bacon, in addition to being the home of Shakespeare’s plays. The Centre has an important history of being at the forefront of contemporary art exhibitions, educational programs, and international art competitions.
The Centre has proudly brought together the work of outstanding international artists from all over the world through global exhibitions and cultural events. Its approach to exhibiting art is to provide the public with unique and exceptional work that exemplifies the cultural diversity of the international art scene. The scope of every exhibition is to provide society as a whole with a magnifying lens to examine critical issues that affect the public’s social, political, and economic contexts.
A leader in art education, the Sunny Art Centre has established itself as one of the most distinguished destinations to study art. The set of educational activities and art courses provides thousands of art students with cutting-edge art tuition. The Centre’s approach with educational activities is to galvanise the art student’s approach to art by teaching the finest techniques and skills available today. State-of-the-art facilities and a team of world-leading art educators have contributed to cementing the Centre’s first-class reputation in London. The Centre’s art courses are as art itself should be: open to everyone.