Public Art Commission for a Scheduled Ancient Monument in Dover

Website: http://www.dadonline.eu/projects/opportunity/

Dover Arts Development, on behalf of the Land Trust, are looking to commission an artist to create an artwork for the West Wing Battery at Fort Burgoyne Dover as part of the Pioneering Places: East Kent project. The artwork should enhance the site for local residents, tourists and new residents of the adjacent planned housing estate. The work should help to deliver interpretation for the site and facilitate long-term community activity. Budget £17K. The opportunity is suitable for established artists with a proven track record of working to a tight brief and limited budget in the public realm with at least 5 years in practice and demonstrate how their work would respond to the Scheduled Ancient Monument site.

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Expires: September 6, 2019


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