Sculpture in the City Ninth Edition

Website: https://www.sculptureinthecity.org.uk/call-for-submissions/

Sculpture in the City is an award winning urban sculpture park which launches at the end of June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 13 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater, Lloyd’s building as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The call for submissions for the ninth edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2019 to May 2020. There is no fee to apply and expenses are covered (inc. transport within the UK, insurance, installation costs etc.)

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