Library: Temporary

VeloCommunities Embedded Artist Project

As part of Glasgow-based Bike for Good’s Velocommunities project, two artists worked with users of their facilities to produce films about cycling and climate change. 2018-20 / 2 years.

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Peat Cultures

An artist worked within a peat restoration project in Dumfries and Galloway to engage residents and build understanding of the importance of peat bogs and how to protect them. 2017-19 / 2 years.

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Maintenance Art

An artist worked as New York Sanitation Department Artist in Residence, raising their profile and drawing connections between personal, civic, and environmental maintenance. 1969- / Permanent.

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Glenrothes Town Artist

Glenrothes Planning Department employed a town artist for ten years who built an understanding of the town’s residents into planning decisions and produced works of public art. 1968-78 / 10 years.

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HighWaterLine

An artist-led project drawing a line on the New York cityscape demonstrating sea level rise to develop community dialogue on climate change and the impact of flooding. 2007- / Ongoing.

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