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inspiring audiences and participants to explore new horizons.

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What roles can artists play in growing a more sustainable society? How do projects maintain integrity within their communities whilst producing quality artistic outcomes? How can utopian ideas be turned into practice? These questions and many more, were raised in »

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Public Art (Now): How Utopian Ideas Become Practice

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We’re delighted to announce the four winners of our latest series of Travel Bursaries for Public Art (Now). The four bursaries of £150 each will support emerging practitioners to attend and report from two public events in July: a professional »

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Public Art (Now) Travel Bursaries: Winners Announced

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Public Art Now: Live Events – We will be bringing togther some of the most internationally recognised artists and producers in public art to Bristol for a series of five events, which will be live streamed internationally. The series is »

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Public Art Now: Live Events

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Spanning over our lifetime and beyond, Katie Paterson’s new artwork Future Library – launched last week in Oslo – connects with Paterson’s wider practice “through its engagement with nature and time — long, slow time”. Writer, Scott Indrisek discusses this »

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The long view: Future Library featured on Blouin Artinfo

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When a 100-year-long artwork by Katie Paterson was launched on 12th June 2014 in Oslo City Library, the project immediately captured people’s imagination, generating significant online chatter and media coverage for Future Library. Since the launch, the artwork has been »

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Media coverage for Future Library, Katie Paterson

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Watch Claire Doherty The New Rules of Public Art lecture, presented on June 11 by Public Art Norway (KORO) as part of their Critical Issues in Public Art series. Since we first published The New Rules of Public Art in »

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Watch again: The New Rules of Public Art lunchtime lecture

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