Artist Opportunity – Public Art Commissions in Edinburgh

17th July 2019

Call for artists to take part in an ambitious public art programme in partnership with Vastint.

We are working in partnership with international real estate organisation, Vastint, to deliver an ambitious public art programme as part of their building development in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh 2019/2020.

This programme will respond to the unique social and industrial heritage of the area. It will also be informed by a recent community consultation report that sets out a vision for a green public realm, promoting wellbeing, natural places to play and unwind, as well as areas for plants, trees and wildlife to flourish.

These permanent commissions will be integral to the architectural design and planning process of Vastint’s development.

Deadline for Notes of Interest
18 August 2019

For more information, please contact Sarah-Manning Shaw: programme@edinburghprintmakers.co.uk

Visit: https://www.edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/our-future-home/present/blog-article/public-art-commissions-edinburgh


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