Textile Artist Commission

Website: http://junctionarts.org/opportunity/open-call-for-a-textile-creative/

An opportunity has arisen for a textile creative who has the experience of delivering an engaging and accessible project, with a mixed age group, to produce a banner for the Model Village whilst exploring the areas Trade Union heritage. During the Heritage Lottery Fund, Bolsover District and Derbyshire County Council renovation project that is currently taking place, the project seeks to create a new banner that can be displayed at local events. The all inclusive fee is £1,500 including travel and VAT. There is a separate budget of £500 for materials and production of the banner.

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Expires: March 12, 2017


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