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Project Grant Guidelines and application forms
http://www.arts.ri.gov/grants/guidelines/

Project Grant Guidelines and application forms


Project Grant Program
http://www.winnipegarts.ca/pdf/P08app.pdf

The Project Grant Program is intended for new and developing arts organizations, established arts organizations that work on a project basis, and arts organizations undertaking a special, one-time initiative. It is designed to support a range of activities and art forms, reflecting different cultural traditions and art practice. The grants can be applied to a specific project planned within 12 months of the notification date. *This Program is not open to existing Operating Grant clients. The deadlines for the 2008 Project Grant Program are: -January 22 for projects beginning after April 22, -May 6 for projects beginning after August 6 -September 9 for projects beginning after December 9


Project Grant.
http://www.artscouncil.sd.gov/grants/project.aspx

Project Grant. Assists nonprofit organizations present an arts activity for the general public which meets specific needs of the organization.


Project Grants
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/documents/projectgrantapp.doc

Project Grants are utilized in funding a broad range of arts projects (and arts components of larger projects) in Mississippi communities. The awards range from $250 to $5,000 and require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The annual application deadline is March 1.


Project Grants
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/project-grants.php

Project Grants are utilized in funding a broad range of arts projects (and arts components of larger projects) in Mississippi communities. The awards range from $250 to $5,000 and require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The annual application deadline is March 1.


Project Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/projectgrant.htm

Project Grants - annual grants for a variety of public projects and activities focused on community arts, traditional arts, and capacity building for mid to large arts organizations


Project Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/grants_for_non-profits/index.html

This grant is available to incorporated nonprofit organizations for specific arts projects in performing arts, literary arts, visual arts/architecture-environmental arts & design, and multi-discipline (projects involving more than one artistic discipline).


Project Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/projectgrant.htm

Project Grants - annual grants for a variety of public projects and activities focused on community arts, traditional arts, arts in health care, and capacity building for mid to large arts organizations


Project Grants for Organizations in the Visual Arts
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/visualarts/sm127227926860312500.htm

Project Grants for Organizations in the Visual Arts


Project Grants: Arts Education
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Arts Education


Project Grants: Arts Education
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Arts Education


Project Grants: Collaborative
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Collaborative


Project Grants: Collaborative
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Collaborative


Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness


Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness


Project Space - Lexington Art League
http://www.mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org

The Lexington Art League (LAL) invites artists to apply for an exhibition in the Project Space for its 2008-2009 calendar year. The mission of the Project Space is to exhibit installation and new media work that is engaging, challenging, and experimental in both concept and execution. The Project Space, located in the basement of the historic Loudoun House, is 29 x 20 with concrete and brick walls that are painted white, and an unpainted concrete floor. There is one doorway (45 x 81 ). The ceiling has exposed pipes and ductwork; the ductwork is 74 from the floor, the fluorescent lights are 84 from the floor. The basement also houses artist studios, a classroom, and storage spaces. Exhibitions will run for approximately six weeks, beginning in July 2008. The artist will be entirely responsible for the installation and removal of their artwork, as well as solely bearing the financial responsibility of any and all supplies and travel expenses, although the LA! L will provide a small honorarium. We encourage KY artists and those from surrounding states to apply. To apply for the Project Space, please send a cover letter addressing the content of your work and the installation that you propose for the Project Space, 10 images of artwork along with an inventory list of the images (we will accept slides or digital images), an artist statement, and a resume listing other gallery exhibitions. If the artwork that you would like to exhibit in the Project Space is currently unrealized, include a detailed, written proposal, with drawings or other images if possible. Slides or CDs will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Artists who are accepted for exhibition in the Project Space will not have their slides or CDs returned until the close of their exhibition. Slides and application materials are due by May 9, 2008. Notifications will be mailed by June 6, 2008. Please send all application materials to: Lexington Art League, C/O Mike Deetsch, Visual Art Director, Ref: Project Space, 209 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. e-mail to mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org. Digital and e-mail submissions preferred.


Project Space - Lexington Art League
http://www.mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org

The Lexington Art League (LAL) invites artists to apply for an exhibition in the Project Space for its 2008-2009 calendar year. The mission of the Project Space is to exhibit installation and new media work that is engaging, challenging, and experimental in both concept and execution. The Project Space, located in the basement of the historic Loudoun House, is 29 x 20 with concrete and brick walls that are painted white, and an unpainted concrete floor. There is one doorway (45 x 81 ). The ceiling has exposed pipes and ductwork; the ductwork is 74 from the floor, the fluorescent lights are 84 from the floor. The basement also houses artist studios, a classroom, and storage spaces. Exhibitions will run for approximately six weeks, beginning in July 2008. The artist will be entirely responsible for the installation and removal of their artwork, as well as solely bearing the financial responsibility of any and all supplies and travel expenses, although the LA! L will provide a small honorarium. We encourage KY artists and those from surrounding states to apply. To apply for the Project Space, please send a cover letter addressing the content of your work and the installation that you propose for the Project Space, 10 images of artwork along with an inventory list of the images (we will accept slides or digital images), an artist statement, and a resume listing other gallery exhibitions. If the artwork that you would like to exhibit in the Project Space is currently unrealized, include a detailed, written proposal, with drawings or other images if possible. Slides or CDs will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Artists who are accepted for exhibition in the Project Space will not have their slides or CDs returned until the close of their exhibition. Slides and application materials are due by May 9, 2008. Notifications will be mailed by June 6, 2008. Please send all application materials to: Lexington Art League, C/O Mike Deetsch, Visual Art Director, Ref: Project Space, 209 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. e-mail to mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org. Digital and e-mail submissions preferred.


Project Support
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/project.shtml

Project Support funds small arts organizations and community service groups through matching grants for specific arts events targeted to a general public audience. Project grants typically range from $500 to $2,000. There are two deadlines each year.


Project Support
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

This program provides project assistance grants on a one-year basis and may include administrative costs directly related to the project. This program is open to arts festivals and non profit organizations that offer programming on a semi-annual or annual basis. Note: Grants will not exceed 25% of the organization’s previous year’s operating revenues. To qualify for this program, the organization must have a mission that speaks directly to the presentation, promotion or production of one or more artistic discipline. Application Limit: 1 application per organization for this program. Minimum Request: $3,000 Maximum Request: $15,000 Match Requirement: 1:1 In-Kind Match: Up to 50% of the match may be in-kind. Deadline: March 15


Project Support
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/project.shtml

Project Support funds small arts organizations and community service groups through matching grants for specific arts events targeted to a general public audience. Project grants typically range from $500 to $2,000. There are two deadlines each year.


Projections: A Survey of Wall-based Sculpture
http://www.manifestgallery.org/

United States Ohio, Cincinnati - Contests, Juried Art Shows, Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Poetry, Video/Film Art Gallery An International Competitive Juried Survey of Wall-based Sculpture Projections invites artists to submit works of art that are clearly sculptural, with three-dimensional space a key element, but which are not in any way floor (or pedestal) based. Works will be either wall or ceiling mounted. This concept pushes the boundaries of the general expectation regarding the weightiness of sculptures, so often seen as being earth-bound and gravity-defined. Eligibility: Projections is open to everyone. Professionals as well as students are encouraged to enter. Entries must represent original works of art or design. Open to all traditional and non-traditional genre and media. This can include works that stretch the boundaries of the assumed definitions of sculpture.Jury and Curator: Manifest`s selection process involves a complex two-part system. This exhibit will be juried by a 4-6 member panel of professional and academic advisors with a broad range of expertise. The jury will then pass along their recommendations to the exhibit curator, Jason Franz (Manifest`s Executive Director) who will make the final selections from the jury-approved pool. Manifest will produce a full-color catalog documenting the work in Projections. Exhibitors will receive a 50% discount on one copy of the catalog. For examples of past catalogs visit Manifest Press.Accepted work will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition.Each work submitted must be accompanied by a $10 non-refundable entry fee. Number of entries is unlimited. Entry fee must be paid by check or money order made payable to MANIFEST, or by credit card via PayPal. (If paying by PayPal PLEASE use the paypal link provided on the page that follows the submission of the online entry form.) Detail images may be included at no additional cost. Sale of Work: All work, unless indicated as not for sale (NFS), will be available for sale during exhibit. Manifest Gallery will retain a commission of 30% on all artwork sold during the exhibition. Entrants can choose to submit artwork in either slide or digital format (see below). Manifest Gallery will retain the submitted images of accepted artwork and reserves the right to use the images in publications and gallery publicity. CD`s and slides of works not selected will only be returned if accompanied by a SASE. Slide Format: 2' by 2' 35 mm slides. Digital images can be submitted on CD or by e-mail (mail to: show@manifestgallery.org). Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center, 2727 Woodburn Avenue, 45206, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States


Projections: A Survey of Wall-based Sculpture
http://www.manifestgallery.org/projections

DEADLINE FEBRUARY 01, 2008 United States Ohio, Cincinnati An International Competitive Juried Survey of Wall-based Sculpture Projections invites artists to submit works of art that are clearly sculptural, with three-dimensional space a key element, but which are not in any way floor (or pedestal) based. Works will be either wall or ceiling mounted. This concept pushes the boundaries of the general expectation regarding the weightiness of sculptures, so often seen as being earth-bound and gravity-defined. Eligibility: Projections is open to everyone. Professionals as well as students are encouraged to enter. Entries must represent original works of art or design. Open to all traditional and non-traditional genre and media. This can include works that stretch the boundaries of the assumed definitions of sculpture.Jury and Curator: Manifest`s selection process involves a complex two-part system. This exhibit will be juried by a 4-6 member panel of professional and academic advisors with a broad range of expertise. The jury will then pass along their recommendations to the exhibit curator, Jason Franz (Manifest`s Executive Director) who will make the final selections from the jury-approved pool. Manifest will produce a full-color catalog documenting the work in Projections. Exhibitors will receive a 50% discount on one copy of the catalog. For examples of past catalogs visit Manifest Press.Accepted work will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition.Each work submitted must be accompanied by a $10 non-refundable entry fee. Number of entries is unlimited. Entry fee must be paid by check or money order made payable to MANIFEST, or by credit card via PayPal. (If paying by PayPal PLEASE use the paypal link provided on the page that follows the submission of the online entry form.) Detail images may be included at no additional cost. Sale of Work: All work, unless indicated as not for sale (NFS), will be available for sale during exhibit. Manifest Gallery will retain a commission of 30% on all artwork sold during the exhibition. Entrants can choose to submit artwork in either slide or digital format (see below). Manifest Gallery will retain the submitted images of accepted artwork and reserves the right to use the images in publications and gallery publicity. CD`s and slides of works not selected will only be returned if accompanied by a SASE. Slide Format: 2″ by 2″ 35 mm slides. Digital images can be submitted on CD or by e-mail (mail to: show@manifestgallery.org). Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center, 2727 Woodburn Avenue, 45206, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States


Projecto Nucleo de Desenvolvimento Cultural/Bienal de Ceveira
http://www.bienaldecerveira.org

Projecto Nucleo de Desenvolvimento Cultural/Bienal de Ceveira, Mercada Municipal - Apartado 69, 4920-275 Vila Nova de Cerveira, Portugal. Tel: 351-251-794-633. Rersidencies of 15 days to 1 month.


Projects - inter-arts
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/inter-arts_proje...

Project grants support artists working in interdisciplinary and hybrid arts to engage in research and development, creative development and/or production.


Projects Serving Artists (PSA)
http://www.njartscouncil.org/artistservices.cfm#psag

Projects Serving Artists (PSA): Awarded to support new or expanded projects whose primary beneficiaries are artists who reside in New Jersey and whose work has or will benefit New Jersey residents. Projects can also be in the form of programs and services that address artists' needs or the actual commissioning of artists to create new work.


Projects with public outcomes (category C) - community partnerships
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/projects_with_pu...

closing date: 05 May 2008 Projects with public outcome (category C) grants provide funding from $20,000 to $35,000 per grant, for one-off community arts and cultural development projects that must have a public outcome and involve collaborations with a range of cross-sectoral partners. closing date: 05 May 2008 Projects with public outcome (category C) grants provide funding from $20,000 to $35,000 per grant, for one-off community arts and cultural development projects that must have a public outcome and involve collaborations with a range of cross-sectoral partners.


Projects: new work award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=2772c489-5ec9-4344-8ac...

For the development of projects that extend boundaries of artforms


Projects: once-off award
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=9e070db9-36a4-41a2-9ff...

To enable individuals or organisations to carry out stand-alone projects.


Projekt30
http://www.projekt30.com

SEPTEMBER JURIED EXHIBITION Projekt30 is taking submissions for its monthly publicly juried exhibition, scheduled to open September 1st, 2007. We are an artist- run arts organization dedicated to promoting emerging artists. The exhibition will include thirty artists; invitations will be distributed to over 50,000 galleries, collectors, and fellow artists. All artwork submitted will be presented online prior to the exhibition so visitors of Projekt30 may help select which artists will be included in the exhibition. Visitors have the option of contacting any participating artist with feedback or opportunities. Unlike other juried exhibitions, all participants receive exposure. Opens: September 1, 2007. Fee varies: $35 for 10 images, free for members


Projekt30's A GLASS DARKLY
http://www.projekt30.com/

Online Event - Contests, Juried Art Shows, Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Poetry, Video/Film Online Gallery Projekt30 is accepting artwork for our upcoming juried show, 'A Glass Darkly'. For this exhibition, we are seeking work exploring the theme of personal perspective. We are seeking artworks which style, verisimilitude, and/or content uniquely reflect the artist that created them. The exhibition will be publicly juried, meaning all artwork submitted will be presented online prior to the exhibition so visitors of Projekt30 may help select which artists will be included. The final exhibition will include thirty artists. Deadline: May 23, 2008 Publicly Juried: May 27, 2008 - June 10, 2008 Opens: June 13, 2008 Fee: $35 for 5 images, $5 for each additional image. For a complete prospectus go to http://www.projekt30.com/a_glass_darkly_prospectus.html


Projekt30's February Exhibition
http://www.projekt30.com

Juror: This exhibition will be publicly juried. Eligibility: Must be 18 or older. 4D artwork not supported. Fees: $35 for 10 images. Free for Projekt30 members.


PROJEKT30's VIOLENCE EXHIBITION
http://www.projekt30.com/violence_prospectus.html

This fall Projekt30 will host an exhibition exploring the topic of violence. Click the prospectus link below for more details. Projekt30 is an artist-run arts organization dedicated to promoting emerging artists. All artwork submitted will be juried online prior to the exhibition. Fee varies: $35 for 5 images, $5 for each additional image; members free. Opens: September 13, 2007. Deadline: August 23, 2007.


Prometheus Visual Arts Award
http://www.acn.net.au/cgi-bin/goto.pl?cr_pg=http%3A%2F%2Fprometheusart...

The Prometheus Visual Arts Award is an acquisitive art award and exhibition, which is conducted biennially by the Prometheus Foundation. The award aims 'To promote the Visual Arts as an essential vehicle for human expression'.


Proof of Concept fund
http://www.arts.ac.uk/business/starting-your-new-business.htm

The Proof of Concept Fund provides finance for creative ideas that have the potential to become commercially successful. Up to


PropelArts Youth Arts WA
http://www.propelarts.org.au./

Propelarts provides information, support, networks, professional development and a collective voice for young artists, arts workers and organisations in Western Australia.


Proposal for an Art Installation, Indus Script Decipherment as 'ART' : The Greatest 'ART' Happening of the 21st Century Art World . . .
http://www.murugan.org/research/valluvan.htm

Proposal for the art installation, Indus Script Decipherment as 'ART' : The Greatest 'ART' Happening of the 21st Century Art World . . . 1. A continuous power point projection on Indus Script Decipherment and Indus Valley Civilization. 2. Illustrating AHMUVAN on the wall and several assemblage on the floor made by found objects. 3. Site-specific Indus Sign drawings & sculptures. . 4. The artist as AHMUVAN. 5. Several paintings illustrating the Indus signs and Indus Sign Sequences will be executed. 6. Two drawings of constellations,Draco and Ursa major, drawn on the floor. 7. Lectures by the ARTIST on Indus Script Decipherment as ' ART '. 8. ' ART- MAN - LANGUAGE - COSMOS ' - A lecture panel proposed by the Artist in which Artists & Scholars may deliver their Ideas on creativity and symbols of linguistic communication. 9. MARK ROTHKO - WILLIAM DE KOONING - JACKSON POLLOCK - The Greatest Trinity from the epicentre of the UNIVERSE - an illustrational homage by the artist acknowledging their influence in his creative process as an artist. 10. Art Ideas of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, William De Kooning, Paul Klee, Kandinsky,Carl Andre,Joseph Beuys, written on the wall predicting the future development of Global Art in the 21st Century. 11. American Minimalist Art and Indus Script Art - The structural parallelism, an on the spot demonstration using SQUARE bricks proposed by the artist, which can be assembled by the audience. 12. AHMUVAN:http://murugan.org/research/valluvan.htm N.S.VALLUVAN ARTIST&INDEPENDENT SCHOLAR nsvalluvanart@yahoo.co.in


Proposals from mid-career artists working in all media
http://www.crealde.org

The Alice and William Jenkins Gallery at Crealde School of Art seeks proposals from mid-career artists working in all media for the 2006/2007 exhibition season. The Jenkins Gallery is visited by 7,000 people each year. Please submit a letter of interest, artist statement, 10-20 slides or digital images on CD, and a SASE to: Rima Jabbur/Senior Gallery Curator/Crealde School of Art/600 Saint Andrews Blvd/Winter Park, Florida 32792 or visit www.crealde.org.


PRS Foundation Grants Programme
http://www.prsfoundation.co.uk/funding/2007deadlines.htm

The PRS Foundation for New Music (PRSF), provides a range of grants to stimulate and support the creation and performance of new music in the UK.


Psakis Art - Australian Landscapes
http://www.psakisart.com

There's a field that extends through all things, filled with vibratory energy, when you tap into this you see the world and the people within it. If you are interested in Australian Landscapes, and in further understanding my work, feel free to contact me direct. Have a wonderful day. Mirjana Psakis


Public Art - Request for Proposals
http://www.wellington.govt.nz/services/arts/pdfs/projects-appform.pdf

All devouring art beast by Andrew Shaw, November 2007 Wellington City Council's Public Art Panel is seeking proposals for the third and final public art commission on the Toi Pōneke 'stack'. The stack is located on the roof of Toi Pōneke, Wellington Arts Centre and is visible from Abel Smith and Cuba Streets. The application form is available below, or from Toi Pōneke, 61 Abel Smith Street.


Public Art Affairs
http://www.jeromefdn.org/

Public Art Affairs grant program provides opportunities for career advancement, recognition and a chance to try something new. FORECAST Public Artworks strengthens and advances the field of public art locally, regionally and nationally by expanding participation, supporting artists, informing audiences, and assisting communities. The Public Art Affairs annual grant program, established in 1989, supports emerging, visual artists and interdisciplinary teams throughout Minnesota. Funds are available for research, design and project production. Grants provide artists opportunities for career advancement, increased recognition and the chance to try something new in the public realm. Public Art Affairs is funded by Jerome Foundation. Call 651-641-1128.


Public Art Building Communities
http://www.dcarts.dc.gov/dcarts/cwp/view,A,3,Q,638599.asp

Public Art Building Communities


Public Art Commissioning Opportunities
http://www.chinatownartsspace.com

As part of Chinatown Arts Festival 2008: Five Circles, Chinatown Arts Space and Chinatown’s principal landowner, Shaftesbury PLC, are working in creative partnership to commission two major new pieces of exciting public art for London’s Chinatown. These are two significant opportunities for East Asian artists to win a prestigious commission and see their work showcased in the heart of a major capital city. Artists are encouraged to create ideas for contemporary works that address both the heritage and history of London’s Chinatown, and that celebrate the current diversity and dynamism of the area.


Public Art Commissions
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/competitions/public_art_commissions/h...

Utah's Public Art Program helps bring the arts to all of the citizens of the state through the commission and installation of site-specific art for State public buildings. Here are some opportunities.


Public Art Commissions - New Orleans, LA
http://www.artscouncilofneworleans.org/

In collaboration with the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Arts Council of New Orleans will commission and install ten exterior public art pieces throughout the City of New Orleans. The commissions provide the opportunity for local and regional artists to showcase their work parallel to the international exhibits: Sculpture for New Orleans and Prospect One International Biennial. Proposals will be accepted provided the artwork is durable, meets safety regulations, and can be installed for a minimum of two years. Contemporary, innovative proposals are encouraged. Eligibility: Gulf Coast Painters and Sculptors affected by Katrina/Rita. Ten Commissions: $25,000 each. Application Deadline: April 7, 2008 at 5:00pm. Installation: October 2008. Please contact : Morgana King, Public Art Manager, Arts Council of New Orleans for details: 504.523.1465 / mking@artscouncilofneworleans.org / www.artscouncilofneworleans.org.


Public Art Commissions - Utah
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/competitions/public_art_commissions/h...

Utah's Public Art Program helps bring the arts to all of the citizens of the state through the commission and installation of site-specific art for State public buildings. Here are some opportunities.


public art database register
http://www.phoenix.gov/ARTS/artop.html#pcdatabase

PINELLAS COUNTY, FL – ongoing - public art database register


Public Art Lecture Series Grant
http://www.mainearts.maine.gov/Grants/Documents/ORGANIZATIONSAPP.rtf

Public Art Lecture Series Grant Application Deadline: September 30, 2008 Designed to assist arts organizations in increasing Public Art awareness by funding up to $4000 for organizations to host Public Art presenters in 2009.


Public Art Major Grant and Mini Grant
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/public-art-project-grant/index....

Eligible types of requests 1. Public Art Planning Grants: Requests to develop a new public art master plan or a “% for Art” ordinance. Eligible expenses include the public art consultant’s fees and expenses, expenses to conduct public meetings and forums, and documentation and distribution of the final product. 2. Public Art Grants: Requests to plan a new public art project. All of the following phases must be part of the proposal: 1) planning phase, 2) artist selection phase, 3) design proposal and approval phase. 3. Temporary Public Art Grants: Requests to assist artists and organizations to plan and implement new temporary public art projects. Grant Amount You may request up to $10,000 for a Major Grant or up to $1,500 for a Mini Grant, but no more than 50 percent of the total expenses of the project.


Public art Northwest
http://www.northwestpublicart.org.uk/

This website is an online version of a book of the same name, published to showcase public art in the North West of England and to 'encourage commissioning bodies, architects and artists to look more closely at public art in the region and learn from some of the most successful projects'. The site boasts an introduction by Ian Banks, Public Art & Architecture Officer at Arts Council England, and a section entitled 'visit regions'. Here, lists of completed public art projects for each county of the Northwest are available, with images, maps and information about artists and funders. Under 'future projects' are showcased a number of works currently under construction and a section on funding provides some basic information about how to acquire funding for projects.


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