Tagged with contemporary art practices

Job: Contemporary Arts Producer (Outdoors), National Trust

This role produces exciting, high quality and innovative outdoors contemporary arts projects initiated by the National Trust. Using best practice, it will lead delivery planning of new nature inspired creative programming from concept to delivery, working with national and international partners. The projects will highlight and engage key environmental, nature conservation and sustainability issues in … Continue reading

Opportunity: Call out for artists, Stourhead

Working with Trust New Art, the National Trust’s programme of contemporary arts inspired by ‘Spirit of place’, Stourhead are looking to commission contemporary artist, or art collective, to develop a project in response to the theme ‘Model Landscape’. The finished artwork will be the centrepiece of an art-focused events programme that will allow our visitors … Continue reading

Opportunity: Two VASW Reporting Bursaries for the Practice, Place, Purpose Symposium

About Practice, Place, Purpose, 28th June 2018: Led by stewardship organisations National Trust, Forestry Commission, Canal & River Trust and Churches Conservation Trust in partnership with Exeter University, Practice, Place Purpose is a one day symposium exploring the purpose and practice of place-based contemporary arts commissioning and its impact. Expect artist led outdoor wanderings, research papers and provocative debate with … Continue reading

Networking: Re-thinking Practice – Discussions on Contemporary Art Practice in the South West and Beyond

Networking: Re-thinking Practice – Discussions on Contemporary Art Practice in the South West and Beyond

Save the date: Visual Arts South West (VASW) has announced that its annual Regional Networking Event will be held on 3 December 2015 (1.30pm to 6pm) at the Ocean Studios in Plymouth. We’ll be examining contemporary art practice in the South West and beyond; discussing art education, the influence of curators, writers and artist-led initiatives and … Continue reading