Making Places Open Call

Website: https://www.makingplaces.co.uk/open-call

Making Places is an initiative by Waltham Forest Council to deliver creative projects across the borough, which will have a lasting impact on communities and neighbourhoods. The Open Call is for artists and creative practitioners from anywhere in the UK to propose a long-term physical installation or intervention at one or more of the Round Two nominated sites. The London Borough of Waltham Forest are looking for ambitious, high-quality proposals, costing up to £40,000, that transform unloved spaces, benefit residents and become cultural landmarks in the borough. Proposals are invited from individuals, groups, organisations and partnerships and particularly encourage creative teams to apply with nominated fabricators, installers or delivery partners to demonstrate feasibility. Making Places officers will work closely with selected artists/ creative practitioners to support the delivery of projects through all phases, including: design development, detailed design, fabrication and installation, completion and project launch.

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Expires: November 18, 2019


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