Thamesmead Open art commission

Website: https://www.thamesmeadnow.org.uk/media/3407/thamesmead-open-brief-itq-covid19.pdf

The Thamesmead Open invites artists to react to the unique setting of Thamesmead with proposals that directly respond to the location and encourage engagement with it. Ideas can be presented for any location in Thamesmead, provided that logistics can be met. Submissions should be relevant for current Thamesmead residents, but also reflect the change that is coming, and speak to the future residents that will make Thamesmead their home. The Thamesmead Open boasts a total budget of £200,000 over two years to cover artist and organisation fees, production costs and travel. The project can be delivered over two years, and must be completed by March 2022.Applications are welcome from individual artists and creative practitioners, cultural organisations, and consortiums of artists or organisations.

Expires: May 18, 2020


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