Field Art Projects have been working with St William and Dallas-Pierce-Quintero to commission an artist to create a major new large-scale work in the heart of Battersea, London.
Public Art Commissions for the Bristol Beacon Refurbishment
Public Art Statement for University of Bristol Temple Quarter Campus
Field Art Projects were appointed in spring 2012 to develop and deliver a public art strategy and programme for the University of Bristol’s residential site at Stoke Bishop, north Bristol. The project culminates with the launch of Sarah Staton’s new work Edith & Hans this week.
Field Art Projects are advising the Design Team for the new Bristol Arena on their art strategy and the art programme being delivered alongside the building.
Jes Fernie and Theresa Bergne, Field Art Projects, co-curated Future Perfect, a public art programme for the Hengrove Ward, a residential area in south Bristol, built primarily in the post-war era.
UP Projects and the Public Art Network (PAN), UK launch Assembly, a programme of four online events exploring critical issues and methodologies in the expanded field of public art.
Assembly places a strong emphasis on the role public art can play in raising awareness and effecting change on issues around racial discrimination, political polarization, and community cohesion.
The programme is aimed specifically at curators, artists, commissioners, and people working in public contexts, but will also be open to members of the general public.
To find out more please go to the Up Projects website.
Public Art Network (PAN), UK is an emerging network for contemporary visual arts curators, managers and producers working in the public realm in the UK. It offers a sector-specialist network with a wide reach and convening power. It aims to be inclusive with equal emphasis on curators, managers and producers; and recognises the diversity of practitioners who have arrived at commissioning from varied situations. Its focus on internal professional development will be balanced by external advocacy and connections to artists, commissioners and the public.
This programme is generously supported by the Arts FundMore news