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

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The Golden Window, Shreepali Patel

Cambridge School of Art - The Ruskin Gallery: The Golden Window

As part of the Cambridge Science festival, Award-winning filmmaker Shreepali Patel (Cambridge School of Art) working in collaboration with Dr Topun Austin, (Consultant Neonatologist, Addenbrooke's Hospital), announce a talk and film screening of work entitled 'The Golden Window' on Tuesday 18th March 2014 at 7pm at Ruskin Gallery.

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Launch of Richard Woods’ public art commission - Bath


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Case studies

Quarry 2 project by artist Lee Simmons: Cliff painting; photograph © Sue Roche, 2006.

Quarry 2

Q:2 created a performance, event and temporary installation highlighting environmental and landscape issues in a reclaimed chalk quarry in the North Downs. The project culminated in a public event at the quarry.

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The High Line


Nine Mile Run


Stedelijk Restruimiten A20, Muizengaatje More case studies


Digital Litter, The Ponds Parkland, by Marcus Tatton

Policies, Strategies and Guidance

Includes examples of public art policy, strategy and guidance documents adopted by District, County Unitary Authorities, and national governments in the UK. Also, a links page for national planning policies and guidance.

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When the Architects Leave: Maintaining artwork in the hospital environment


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How artists can work with design teams on capital projects: An Arts Consultant's Perspective More resources

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