George Blunden Public Art Prize

Website: https://www.stonewater.org/news/stonewater-launches-the-george-blunden-public-art-prize/

Both emerging and established artists, from all disciplines are invited to pitch their ideas for a chance of winning £75,000 in a new national public art competition. The winning artist will be commissioned to create public art for five of Stonewater’s developments and awarded the prize of £75,000 for their creativity, project management and scoping out the pieces. Each commission will be allocated a separate budget for delivering and executing the public art, covering costs such as the fabrication, build, transportation and materials to create the public art.

Expires: August 6, 2021


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