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We hope this page will answer any of your questions, do get in touch if you need any more information…

Visiting Hart Club

Hart Club is based in London, our gallery address is 95 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HR. Our gallery is open by appointment only. If you would like to come and view a particular artwork from our collection or arrange a meeting do get in touch with us via email and we can arrange a viewing. Alternatively check out our Projects page to learn about our current public events.

If you’d like to get in touch with us we’d love to hear from you.

General Enquiries:

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Our main gallery space is wheelchair accessible and we also have a wheelchair accessible bathroom on site for visitors. If you are taking public transport to visit us we are closely connected by many bus and train routes.

Waterloo Station is the closest accessible station (0.4 miles away) and has step free access within the station.

We are closely connected via many bus routes and the nearest bus stops are Lambeth North Station or Lower Marsh.

For any of our events or exhibitions we will specify in the event listing what to expect before arriving at the gallery space, including if there will be flashing lights, audio displays etc.

Getting Involved

There are a few ways to get involved with Hart Club,

I want to volunteer – We are always looking to expand our network of volunteers and it’s a great way to understand more about what we do here at Hart Club by assisting on our projects and collaborations.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please email us to receive a volunteer application form.

I am an artist / I work with artists – As a community organisation our aim is to champion neurodiveristy within the arts and find ways to collaborate and support artists. There are different ways we can do this such as featuring your work on our website, promoting an upcoming exhibition or stocking your artwork in our gallery.

We’d love to see your work so please email Lizzi at with some examples of your work and we will be in touch.


Hart Club is supported by fundraising events, collaborations and donations. If you would like to support the work we do we welcome donations from our generous supporters.

If you would like to make a one off donation to Hart Club please do get in touch. Your donations mean we can continue to run or alternative education programme Hart School as well as supporting artists in our community.

Artwork Sales –  We raise funds through the sales of artworks on Hart Store. When you buy piece of work from Hart Store you are not only supporting the artists themselves but also our future projects.

There is also an option to donate to us at the checkout if you would like to make an additional donation.

Shop online here.


Looking for a Workshop or Event space

Hart Club has a physical gallery space in SE1 which includes an exhibition room, a print studio and a ceramics studio. If you would like to host a workshop or event at our space do get in touch. Previously we have held supper clubs, live music events, ceramics workshops and art auctions at Hart Club.

We have a fully accessible bathroom as well as a kitchen area depending on your needs for your event. We love to work with artists and organisations that are looking to host workshops which will benefit our wider community and would love to hear your ideas.

Collaborate with Hart Club

Collaboration is one of our primary focuses and we are always looking work with new people. Working with our network of artists to date we have produced original designs and artworks for Mondo Brewery, Doyenne Skateboards, Barbican and YMC as well as working on engaging community focused projects with studios such as The Golden Thread Project and E Numbers.

Throughout our collaborations we hope to not only showcase the work of artists and studio organisations, but also highlight important conversations around diversity and inclusion. From site specific work to personal bespoke commissions, we work with a range of artists with varied artistic styles to suit different projects and outcomes.

Alongside our creative collaborations we are also available for talks and presentations to those that are interested in our organisations work as well as assisting with research based projects.

If you have an upcoming project that you would like to work together on, drop us an email at

What do we do?

Hart Club’s mission is to champion neurodiversity within the Arts.