Social Impact Reports

Please read about the social impact we have been making by clicking on the image links:

This is 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning first Social Impact Report. It outlines the journey that we have taken as a charity from 2010 to 2013, and describes the steps that we are taking to both prove and improve our effectiveness as a charity. Within this report we present the results of our efforts to measure the difference that our work makes to the communities we work with in particular artists, visual arts audiences, young people and other diverse groups engaging with our activities.

This is 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning’s second Social Impact Report. It outlines the journey that we have taken as a charity from 2013 to 2015, and describes the steps that we are taking to both prove and improve our effectiveness as a charity.

This is 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning’s third Social Impact Report. It outlines the journey that we have taken as a charity from 2016 to 2019, and describes the steps that we are taking to both prove and improve our effectiveness as a charity.

The report was written by Lucy Davies, Mattie Loyce and Nicola Lockey. Photographs are by Buki Bayode and Natalie Mitchell. Design is by Abi Wright Design.

198 is currently planning a major re-development of our premises at 198 Railton Road. For further information please check out our Project Vision.

198, Raw Material, Photofusion and Young Lambeth Cooperative have come together to develop a strategy for a sustainable arts, creative and digital sector for Lambeth’s young people. Please take a look at our document ‘Culture At Heart’.