CIA is a non-profit contemporary arts and design curating and commissioning agency that works collaboratively and across disciplines with diverse creative practitioners and partners to research and produce ambitious, innovative commissions, exhibitions and events, often outside traditional gallery and museum spaces. Sarah Wang is the Director of CIA, and she has curated the Cabbies’ Shelters Project alongside Danielle Olsen, an independent curator.

London Transport Museum

London Transport Museum explores the story of London and its transport system over the last 200 years, highlighting the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800.

As well as exploring the past, the Museum looks at present-day transport developments and concepts for urban transportation in the future, which includes a contemporary collecting policy for the benefit of future generations.

LTM has supported the Cabbies’ Shelters project by providing access to their collections for learning and research purposes. Their curatorial, marketing, learning and volunteer teams have given invaluable support throughout the project.

The Cabmens' Shelter Fund

The Cabmen’s Shelter Fund was established as a registered charity in 1966. They are responsible for looking after the remaining Grade II listed shelters and manage the tenants who pay a contribution to the Charity, which goes towards maintaining the shelters. Thirteen shelters still stand in Central and West London and continue to serve tea and food to Cabbies as they have for over 100 years. CSF is a charity and welcomes contributions and support to keep the Shelters maintained and preserved as special historical and working sites. To find out what you can do to support them please visit their website.