Perhaps rediscovering places is what artists and architects can do together. Jeff Kelley

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ixia has taken over the ownership and management of Public Art Online from Arts Council England. The design and content of the website are currently being reviewed.

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IBT 15 - Enter the Storm

In Between Time has announced the launch of 'IBT15 - Enter the Storm' at Arnolfini, Bristol on Thursday the 12th of February 2015. This is their 6th major biennial, but the first as Bristol International Festival. The event celebrates art as a powerful force for change, with over 50 artworks located across the city from the 12th to the 15th of February 2015.

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The Farrell Review - Progress Report 02


Public Art (Now) - New book


The Collective at The House of St Barnabus preview More news

Case studies

Tintagel communication cone (detail), 2005, Tintagel Primary School. Artist and photographer, Michael Fairfax.

Lead Artists on Design Teams

Michael Fairfax’s brief as lead artist for the Living Legends project in Tintagel included developing a uniquely inspiring theme and design for the village square, nature area and a circular trail.

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Breaking Boundaries - The Ashford Ring Road


Coventry Phoenix Initiative


River Parrett Trail More case studies


Shadowgraph, Steve Gumbley. The Slow Art Trail, Bolton Abbey/North Yorkshire. Photo: Chrysalis Arts Projects

Public art research

Research papers and reports on all aspects of public art from audiences to impact, covering projects in the UK and further afield.

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Commissioning Guidelines: Modus Operandi

Environment & landscape

Art in the Travelling Landscape: Hi-Views


Patient Environments and the Arts More resources

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