Call for Public Artist or Spatial Designer for Public Art Vision

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alice.harwood@eastleigh.gov.uk
https://www.eastleigh.gov.uk/media/2274/publicartstratv4.pdf

Deadline Wednesday 01 August 2018

Budget £15,000

Eastleigh Borough Council is inviting Expressions of Interest from Artists and Designers to produce an Artistic Vision for Public Art for a new neighbourhood being developed in the town.

The Vision will be used as a 'road map' to commission a series or sequence of physica works fo installtion either on ste or at strategic locations relating to the site.

EBC wish to commission an innovative, exciting and engaging response tothe site that is well presented and coherent in its themes, placements and functions.

Please email the contact for the full brief and how to apply.

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