About ArtRabbit

ArtRabbit is an independent digital art platform and community dedicated to promoting, discovering, and appreciating contemporary art and visual culture.

Our mission

Born out of a love for contemporary art and visual culture, and from a recognised need for resources to find art events, ArtRabbit strives to enable people everywhere to experience more art. We’re a small team of editors, curators and developers who are passionate (read: obsessed) with art. We come from a variety of backgrounds (art history, theory, design, technology, education), but we’re all driven by the desire to make art more freely accessible to everyone.

For art enthusiasts, this means making art easier to find. For those yet to find their love for art, our aim is to make stepping into an art space less daunting. And for art professionals, we offer access to powerful tools to share, promote, and educate about art and your programmes.

Why art?

We believe that experiencing art is a vital part of personal growth. Art promotes both individual and collective wellbeing. It enables critical engagement with visual culture, fosters new ideas, and provides a space for those ideas to truly flourish. Art nurtures empathy and aids in recalibrating moral aptitude. Art inspires. Art encourages a culture of aesthetic literacy, and promotes creative exchange.

ArtRabbit was founded on the principle that art should be accessible to everyone, and we strive to make that possible.

Who we serve

This is all for you, fellow art lovers. Our platform provides you with everything you need to find out about art events around you, whenever you have some time to spare. Take advantage of all that we offer by signing up, and discover the best ways to use ArtRabbit.

It’s also for you, art world practitioners. ArtRabbit is a tool for you to promote your events, exhibitions, opportunities and services, and share them with the world. Click through to understand how to optimise your use of ArtRabbit as an arts professional, whether you’re an artist, curator, gallery, museum, venue, festival or PR and media professional.

Our services

ArtRabbit provides a crowd-sourced database of contemporary art events, allowing art professionals and enthusiasts alike to have access to and easily navigate the art and visual culture landscape.

List your art events and exhibitions on ArtRabbit and we’ll share them with a growing community of art professionals and enthusiasts via our user-friendly website, targeted emails, a handy mobile app, weekly email newsletters for London, the UK, Berlin, Los Angeles and New York, as well as various social media channels (find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest).

We publish features about events in the art world, create guides for students and art newbies, announce degree shows happening in the UK and abroad, and produce a curated list of artist opportunities, updated weekly.

We also provide a variety of advertising and sponsorship opportunities to brands, services, educational institutions and travel companies. Find out more about advertising options here.

How you can get involved

You (yes, you!) can list contemporary art and visual culture events and exhibitions on ArtRabbit from anywhere in the world. Adding events and exhibitions is free. The ArtRabbit community entrusts you to upload quality, relevant material. For more information on what to consider, read our Community Guidelines.

Partners, Clients & Advertisers

We've had the privilege of working with numerous prestigious arts organisations over the years. These include the Tate, Royal Academy of Arts, Artangel, Manchester International Festival, Barbican, Sotheby’s, Berlin Art Week, the V&A, Ashmolean, and many others. We are proud to count WeTransfer, Zipcar for Business, D&AD, among others, as our service and brand partners.


We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. To learn more, view our privacy policy here.


If you have any further questions, drop us a line at support at artrabbit dot com.

Follow us on ArtRabbitLast reviewed by Vivi on 20 July 2023