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Public Art (Now) Workshops Coming Soon… Future workshops will explore artist-initiated approaches to sustainability (Theaster Gates’ Dorchester Projects, Chicago). Keep up-to-date with details of all Public Art Now: Workshops, click here to sign up to the mailing list.    

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Public Art (Now) Workshops

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Produced in association with Spike Island Film and Video, eight film interviews with artists and curators on the subject of new forms of public art will be released over the next six months. In collaboration with our broadcast partners www.thisistomorrow.info  we are »

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Public Art (Now): Film Interviews

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Public Art (Now) live events will be streamed free-of-charge by this is tomorrow and we’re inviting you to hold your own live-streaming event. Whether you are an arts organisation, University or simply want to organise a group viewing in your »

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Public Art (Now): Live-streaming

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Travel bursaries of £150 each and free tickets will be offered for individuals to attend the launch event for Out of Time, Out of Place in London and to share their experiences on the Public Art (Now) blog. What we’re »

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Public Art (Now) Travel Bursaries

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Situations, in partnership with publisher Art / Books, Public Art Agency Sweden, and the European Network of Public Art Producers are proud to announce the publication of Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now), a dynamic international survey which brings together »

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Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) Book

The New Rules of Public Art
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What a way to end the year. We’ve had an overwhelming response since the release of ‘The New Rules of Public Art’ with a staggering 22,500 of you visiting our Public Art Now blog to read the full set of »

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The New Rules of Public Art inspiring thousands

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