Cornwall Council – Public Arts Trail Commission: EXPERIENCE Project Penzance

Website: https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert?advertId=5769abab-e45f-eb11-8106-005056b64545

As part of the EXPERIENCE project, Cornwall Council is looking to commission an artist/a consortium of artists to create an arts trail along the Marazion – Penzance Coast Path. This is an exceptional opportunity to create an artistic landmark of national significance for Cornwall. This arts trail will encourage people to connect with Penzance’s cultural and natural assets, providing an opportunity for contemplation, reflection and engagement. Open to innovative and bold ideas and particularly welcome proposals that reflect outstanding and socially engaged practice. Commission budget of £100,000.

Expires: March 5, 2021


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