Portland Pathways Artist Commission

Portland Pathways Artist Commission

b-side has been awarded Heritage Lottery funding for a project exploring the historic origins of footpaths on the Isle of Portland, Dorset and their relationship to the landscapes and sites they connect. 
They are commissioning an artist to respond to information gathered by the community research team to create work in any media that animates footpaths and informs and engages visitors to Portland over the 9 day period of the b-side festival in September 2018. 

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Winged Tales of the North Commission (Great Exhibition of the North)

Winged Tales of the North Commission (Great Exhibition of the North)

Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books requires an artist/producer to create a playful and interactive street art trail featuring, and inspired by, the work of Newcastle-based award-winning writer, David Almond as part of the Great Exhibition of the North (June – September 2018). 

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On the Verge: The Underpasses project

On the Verge: The Underpasses project

On the Verge and its partners MK Council, The Parks Trust MK and the MK City Discovery Centre, are delivering the yearlong ‘Underpasses’ project with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), the MK Community Foundation, and MK Council. On the Verge are looking to commission two socially engaged artists or artist collaborations to deliver two public art commissions within two underpasses in Milton Keynes.

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IBT17 Wild Card Artist Commission Call Out

IBT17 Wild Card Artist Commission Call Out

In Between Time is pleased to announce this exciting opportunity in partnership with Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA), Fierce Festival, Trinity Centre and supported by Arnolfini. Deadline for applications is midnight Sunday 17 April 2016.

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Commission Opportunity at Compton Verney Art Gallery

Commission Opportunity at Compton Verney Art Gallery

We are seeking proposals from artists and/or designers to create a new work in the landscape at Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park. This is an opportunity to develop a new work, which is significant, high profile and inpactful. We are interested in a piece that may be an ‘eye-catcher’ (a piece that will attract attention), which is participatory, surprising or inventive and which responds to the history/heritage of the landscape or even using the lake. We hope it to be imaginative, high-impact, and a must-see ‘destination’ piece. Deadline 15 February 2016

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