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Situations opens up the potential for artists to make extraordinary ideas happen in unusual and unexpected places,
inspiring audiences and participants to explore new horizons.

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Special guests Fourthland will be hosting our November lunch club in the Situations’ studio on Tuesday 4th November 1-2pm. Fourthland, produced by artists isik.knutsdotter, is a London based research-led art practice. They work primarily in public space, involving communities in »


Fourthland to Host November’s Lunch Club

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ON THE EDGE: TAKING RISKS IN PUBLIC ART Professional Development Workshop: Folkestone Triennial Friday 31st October, 11:30 – 4:30pm Folkestone Fringe Hub (Harbour carpark on the outer harbour keyside). The Folkestone Triennial 2014 remains one of only a handful of »


Taking Risks in Public Art

Margaret Atwood

The first writer to contribute to Katie Paterson’s Future Library – a new public artwork that will unfold in the city of Oslo, Norway over the next 100 years – is prizewinning author, poet, essayist and environmentalist Margaret Atwood. Atwood »


Margaret Atwood: The first writer to contribute to Future Library


We’re delighted to announce the two winners of our latest Travel Bursary opportunity for Public Art (Now). The two bursaries of £150 each will support emerging practitioners to attend and report from the second of our Public Art (Now) Professional Development »


Public Art (Now) Travel Bursaries: Winners Announced

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