Representation in United Kingdom


Europe House

Each week we sum up Commission news of particular interest for the UK while also summarising UK events on EU-related subjects. All comments welcome at


Two British SMEs will receive up to €2.5 million (£2.2m) each of EU funding for their innovative projects: a novel filter which purifies air and a device enabling better assessment of patients with head injuries. The funding will help them finance innovation activities such as demonstration, testing, piloting and scaling up. The companies will also benefit from free business coaching and business acceleration services.

White Collar Black Man, etching, handcoloured, 50x40 cm (C) Marcelle Hanselaar

Marcelle Hanselaar was born The Netherlands and lives and works in London.

Hanselaar’s work both as a painter and an etcher is quite dark but has also a biting sense of humour. “My images are like tableaux vivantes showing the hypocrisy of our social graces which gives us a veneer of civilization but does not protect us from random eruptions of our innate savagery. Recently her work has been inspired by contemporary conflicts.

  • 21/03/2018 to 06/04/2018
Sarah Hickson - Clowns without Borders

Sarah Hickson

In April 2016 and February 2017 arts and documentary photographer Sarah Hickson travelled to refugee camps in Northern Greece and Serbia with Clowns Without Borders UK to document the powerful impact of their work with children and families living in crisis.  

  • 11/04/2018 to 20/04/2018