The Liverpool Plinth 2021: Artist Call

Website: https://dot-art.co.uk/2021/01/18/the-liverpool-plinth-2021/

dot-art, Liverpool BID Company and Liverpool Parish Church are looking for the fourth artist to have their work installed on The Liverpool Plinth in 2021. The sculptor, who must live and work in the North of England, will see their work displayed on the site within Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage waterfront at Liverpool Parish Church. The selected artist will also receive a £1,000 prize plus support with delivery and installation. Only work which has already been produced will be considered. Artists may submit more than one piece, but each must be submitted separately.

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Expires: March 19, 2021


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