About the Associate Membership
LIMBO Associate Membership
(established October 2013) aims to foster a creative community with Limbo at its centre, and is open to anyone over the age of 18.
Through the Membership LIMBO hopes to make its space and programming more accessible, bringing artists and other creative practitioners from Kent into contact with those from further afield.
Membership fee: £15 for one year (or £16 if paying online)
Click here for links to Associate Member's websites
Benefits of membership
How to Join
- Lower rate of hire for Project Space (£20 reduced from the standard administration fee)
- Eligibility to submit to the annual Membersí Open exhibition at LIMBO at no extra charge
- Invitations to all private views, gallery discussions and events and member- only events
- Listed as an affiliated artist on our website with a link to your professional website
We ask members to submit an artist's cv, statement and up to five files (or links) documenting their work. This is entirely optional and for our use only - we will refer to this information when selecting our exhibitions programme.
Follow this link to sign-up online, upload your files, and pay by Paypal.
Dowload the sign-up form in pdf format to post or email later
Complete the online submission form, or download the pdf and send it with your images/documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
or by post to
Limbo Associate Membership
Substation Project Space
2 Bilton Square,
Margate CT9 1EE.
We welcome volunteers. Please send a CV and short email explaining why and how you would like to help to email@example.com
Previous partners include:
- Margate Rocks, Thanet Contemporary Arts Festival
- Whitstable Biennale
- Brazierís International Workshops
with Outfitterís Gallery and Crate
- Turner Contemporary
Limbo is not a regularly funded organisation, but funds most events itself through the commitment of its voluntary team.
Although primarily self-funded, LIMBO greatly welcomes support from private, public and business sectors. In the past Limbo has received in-kind support from EDF Energy; Video Art Bankside; Insight Presentation Systems; The Dixons Group; Roland UK; Dominic Berning, London; Canterbury Christ Church University.
Limbo also gratefully acknowledges support from: Arts Council England South East, Thanet District Councilís Regeneration and Development Unit through European Regional Funds, Creative Partnerships Kent Awards for All, Kent County Council Arts Investment Fund, Saga UK, Millennium Awards.