Situations is delighted to announce the launch of a national programme of talks, films, publications and workshops dedicated to showcasing internationally significant new forms of public art. The five strands include:
We will be bringing Internationally recognised artists and producers in public art to Bristol for a series of conversations and lectures which will be live streamed internationally. The first live event kicks off with Jeremy Deller’s Sunday afternoon lecture from the historic John Wesley’s Chapel on Sunday 4th May at 2pm. Book tickets here or contact us to become a live-stream partner – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Organised through group discussion and participation, these day-long workshops will each provide attendees with the opportunity to learn about the processes involved in producing new forms of public art.
A programme of ten filmed interviews with artists and curators of projects featured in the forthcoming publication, Out of Time. Out of Place: Public Art Now.
A new international survey publication in association with the European Network of Public Art Producers and Creative Time (US) will bring together 40 of the most influential public artworks to have emerged in the past decade. Edited by Claire Doherty and published by Art / Books, the book will be launched in autumn 2014.
Aimed at emerging artists and curators, the scheme will run across the entire programme offering travel bursaries and free tickets for 16 individuals to attend the events and to share their experiences on the blog.
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Public Art Now is produced by Situations, Bristol’s international arts producer, Public Art Now is a collaborative project in association with Bristol Festival of Ideas, Art / Books, Creative Time (New York), Eastside Projects, Live Art Development Agency, Folkestone Triennial, Liverpool Biennial, Public Art Agency Sweden, Space Studios, This is Tomorrow, University of Central Lancashire and University of Bristol.
Funders and supporters
Public Art Now has been made possible through the generous support Arts Council England Grants for Arts, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Cultural Value programme, European Cultural Programme, Paul Hamlyn Foundation Breakthrough Award and Bjorvika Infrastruktur, Oslo