The Norfolk Way Art Trail: Public Art Commission


Norfolk County Council is looking to commission five dynamic new artworks to form the Norfolk Way Art Trail, a brand new outdoor public art trail spanning 250 miles of Norfolk, England. Design a multi-sensory, accessible public artwork that will engage local communities, reveal hidden stories and inspire visitors to explore the county between October – March. There are five locations to choose from and you can submit up to two ideas. There is a budget of between £38,000-£58,000 +VAT available to create each artwork. A separate Installation budget is available of up to £10,000 + VAT.

Expires: October 20, 2021

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