The National Brain Appeal is the charity dedicated to raising much-needed funds for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and UCL Institute of Neurology in Queen Square, London. The National is one of the world’s leading centres for the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with a wide range of neurological disorders and neuromuscular conditions including multiple sclerosis (MS), brain cancer, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, Prion disease, and head injury.
There are over 12.5 million people with a neurological condition in the UK today.
This is more than the number of people living with cancer, coronary heart disease and diabetes combined.
Since the charity began in 1984 we have raised over £45million for state-of-the-art equipment, major building programmes and life-saving research.
Yes, but please ensure that you pay sufficient postage and note that you are liable for any UK customs charges. The charity will be unable to pay charges on receipt of artwork.
Yes, please email us with your address and we will post this as soon as possible.
Please email us with your address and we will post an envelope to you as soon as possible. There will be a charge for envelopes being sent outside the UK.
A member of the team will email (or telephone) you once your work arrives in our office – please note this may take up to five working days from receiving your artwork (we are a very small team). If you are posting your artwork we would advise sending it by special delivery so that you can track the artwork and pop it in a hard-backed envelope.
Due to the large volumes of entries anticipated, we will be unable to contact each artist to confirm their artwork has been accepted into the exhibition. On this basis, you will only be contacted if your artwork is not going to be exhibited.
No, gallery@oxo will not accept artwork.
We will send an email in August 2019 inviting all artists to the private view. Each artist may bring one guest and will need to RSVP including the guest name. Please note that the capacity of the gallery is 150 at any one time so we may have to move people through the exhibition.
Yes, artworks can be viewed online during the exhibition and buying will be announced on this website and through social media.
Please do not post images online of your artwork as the work will be exhibited and sold anonymously. Make sure you encourage colleagues, friends and family to attend the public exhibition from 26-29 Sept at gallery@oxo.
The work becomes the property of The National Brain Appeal and we hope to continue to sell the work online for at least six months after the end of the exhibition. We reserve the right to return unsold works after this period.
The gallery section on our website will be automatically updated to show which works have sold.
The exhibition is open to people aged 18 or over on 1 September 2019.