Green Man Commissions 2019

Website: https://greenman.net/information/get-involved/

Green Man has been taking a new approach to ‘site-art’ at the festival since 2016 to bring international and early-career artists into the festival environment to consider an art experience which goes beyond decorative or functional site-art. Visual artists working in a sculptural, environmental and/or site specific way with light and/or digital media are invited to send expressions of interest for temporary outdoor commissions at Green Man in 2019. There is an artist fee of up to £1,500 per artist/collective, plus access to a materials budget, a residency during this year’s festival with £500 bursary per artist/collective to support attendance, plus travel expenses and subsistence.

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Expires: April 15, 2018


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