The Exeter Art Show

The Exeter Art Show

On April 20-22, Maynard School are hosting the 2018 Exeter Art Show and are donating all proceeds to YoungMinds

Sponsored by Rathbones, The Exeter Art Show 2018 will be hosting 150 locally and nationally recognised exhibitors (including famous Royal Academicians) in one of the largest art exhibitions of its kind in the West Country. And it’s free entry to the general public!

With all proceeds being donated to YoungMinds, it would be fantastic if you can go and see for yourself the vast choice of artworks for sale and with prices ranging from £10 to £10,000 there is sure to be something to suit your taste, space and spend!

We are delighted to be partnering YoungMinds, the UK’s leading children’s mental health charity, and we are so excited to be donating 100% of all proceeds from the sale of the various works to this incredible organisation. Looking back at previous exhibitions, we anticipate our charitable donation this year to be in excess of £12,000 which we hope will make a significance difference to young people across the UK.
Maynard School

Thank You

The work that Maynard School and the team behind The Exeter Art Show are doing is absolutely incredible and we cannot thank them enough for doing it all to support YoungMinds and our vital cause. You can show your thanks by going to the show in April and possibly buying a piece of art!

A massive thank you to all our brilliant fundraisers. 

Get Involved

Fundraising for us is a great way to have fun, raise vital funds and awareness of the importance of young people's mental health and emotional wellbeing.

If you are interested in fundraising for YoungMinds, we would be more than happy to support you in any way that we can.

For more information get in touch by calling on 0207 089 5050 or emailing us at [email protected]

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YoungMinds exists so that young people have the strongest possible voice in improving their mental health. We need your help to make sure that voice is heard.

The amount of times I’d tried to break out of this shell, talk about ‘I’m feeling a bit down’, ‘I’m feeling a bit scared’, I couldn’t do it. And now I can do it openly.
Alex, Youth Activist
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