Tagged with art and design in the public realm

Opportunity: Ridgeway Farm public art project update – early days and still opportunities to get involved

Opportunity: Ridgeway Farm public art project update – early days and still opportunities to get involved

We mentioned in July that this project was underway following Wiltshire Council Arts Service securing a commitment from Taylor Wimpey through the planning process to deliver a public art  project that would engage the local community. Residents of the Ridgeway Farm and Purton Community are invited to get involved and work with local artist Melissa … Continue reading

Opportunity: Public Art Commission – Pirelli Park, Eastleigh Borough Council

Eastleigh Borough Council (EBC) is inviting Tenders from Artists and Creative Design Practitioners to develop and deliver an exciting, imaginative and site-specific bespoke Play Environment for the local community. EBC will welcome Tenders across the creative disciplines, and welcomes collaborative approaches between Design Practitioners and appropriate Delivery Partners of their choosing. The Artists Brief and … Continue reading

Guest blog: Wiltshire artists reflect on the outcome of the bursaries inspired by their individual relationships with the local heritage landscape

Guest blog: Wiltshire artists reflect on the outcome of the bursaries inspired by their individual relationships with the local heritage landscape

The Frames of Reference bursaries was a project funded by Bloor Homes as part of the public art commissioning programme for the King’s Gate development in Amesbury. Public Art commissioner Ginkgo Projects worked with Wiltshire Council’s arts service to select 6 local artists, awarding £2,000 each to aid with the creation of new work inspired … Continue reading