The foundation has two main systems of support. Firstly, a scholarship for students, which covers the cost of living expenses at BA level, and the tuition as well as living expenses at MA level. On top of this, the Foundation offers work spaces to young creatives and scholars. A selection of painters, sculptors, jewellers and fashion designers are all given the opportunity to enjoy the foundation’s studios and equipment free of charge. Scholars have to be shortlisted by their universities (Sarabande is working with seven schools across the U.K.), but anyone can apply for a studio space [link]. What makes the Sarabande Foundation unique, is that they’re working in a converted Victorian stable building, kitted out specifically to suit the artists’ need, so they won’t be working in badly-lit, cold spaces, as is often the case in London.