Organisations from many different fields have commissioned Luke's artwork since he began his career.
Pan Am Games, The Mayor of London, United Nations, National Trust, English Heritage, Commonwealth Games, University of Salford Engineering, Warwick University, DFCS, Institute of Physics, Channel 4, Canary Wharf Group, Bristol Royal Infirmary, The Polish Cultural Institute
Arts Organisations: European Capital of Culture, Art Centre Melbourne, ROM, Jerwood Centre, De la Warr Pavillion, Compton Verney, NESTA, Site Gallery, Arnolfini, ICA, Watershed, UK City of Culture, RWA, Witte de With, Arts Catalyst, Museum of Glass Washington, Museum Micropia, National Glass Centre, UMOCA, Futurecity, Grizedale Sculpture.
Pirbright Institute, Wellcome Trust, KREBS University of Sheffield, Cosmo Caixa, Bristol and Bath Science Park, ISVR University of Southampton Phaeno Science Museum, Singapore ArtScience Museum, The Science Museum London, MUSE Trento,Think Tank, at-Bristol.
Theatre and Music Organisations:
RSC - Royal Shakespeare Company, Sydney Festival, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, LIFT, City of London Festival, Concurs Maria Canal, Helsinki Festival, Incubate Festival, Colston Hall, Fierce Earth.
Luke Jerram is valued for his ability to generate and clearly communicate new ideas. From television programmes, architecture, education, product design, science exhibits and (of course) artworks, Jerram applies his creativity to any subject matter, situation or problem.
Birmingham Museums Trust
Luke Jerram has recently been commissioned by Birmingham Museums Trust to develop a series of art proposals that connect and animate all the museums across the city.
Bristol Royal Infirmary
Luke Jerram was shortlisted to redesign the facade of Bristol Royal Infirmary. Working in collaboration with Arup, Willis Newson and architects CODA Luke developed plans to improve the appearance of this major central Bristol landmark.
Consultant to Royal Shakespeare Company
From 2009-2011 Jerram worked with the Events and Exhibitions Department at the RSC to help them deliver their strategy. Their mission was to excite and stimulate existing and new audiences about Shakespeare and the work of the company by exploring and deepening the connection between the audience, Shakespeare, the Company and the contemporary world.
Generated in 3 days, 15 proposals were presented that respond to a specific context and brief. A number of these projects were selected and developed including 'My RSC Gallery'. Image to left is of the planted 5 mile Gateway to Shakespeare Country.
New Artworks for New Institutions
Luke Jerram has recently worked with Bristol and Bath Science Park to create artworks for the new science centre in Bristol. The park commissioned a Solar Powered Kinetic Chandelier and new Glass Microbiology works for their building.