Public art can put the emotion back into the built environment. PASW

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Bristol Biennial 2014: Crossing the Line

Next month, over 40 artists will take part in the Bristol Biennial, an artist-led festival that celebrates engaging projects by emerging artists. Running from the 12th to the 21st of September 2014, the festival takes 'Crossing the Line' as its theme, and will explore artistic boundaries and encourage collaboration across the city. Artworks will pop up in churches, shopping malls, community centres, terraced houses and high streets and will include interactive exhibitions, moving sculptures, a secret music gig and unusual guided tours.

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The Tasting Garden Petition


Secret Garden Project, Lewisham


Artists Access to Art Colleges More news

Case studies

Yuko Shiraishi, Wall painting, 2007, at The Richard Desmond Children’s Eye Centre at Moorfields Hospital, London. Photo: Yuko Shirashi.

Moorfields Eye Hospital

Public art consultants Art Office commissioned Samantha Bryan, Lucy Casson and Yuko Shiraishi to create artworks for a new children’s eye centre at Moorfields Hospital, London.

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Broward Lighting Project


Luci D'Artista


Wellspring Healthy Living Centre More case studies


shillyshallyfence by Walter Jack (2006) at Frome Children's Centre.  Photo: Walter Jack.

Funding: Sources for Public Art

This section offers listings of a wide variety of sources of funding for public art, with contact details. The information is regularly checked and updated.

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Commissioning Guidelines


Public art research


New Public Art Fund for Scotland More resources

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