On Thursday 16 April 2015 we celebrated the launch of Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) with a launch event at Whitechapel Gallery, London. We invited two bursary winners along to join us at the event and write a response. The first bloggers report is from Hermione Spriggs.

“I’m already lost, or disoriented at least. Getting lost is somewhere near the center of my being as an artist, a sort of engine for it’s opposite – for finding things. I slip out the aisle, awkwardly aware of my on-the-edge-ness of the huddle of public art pioneers. We were all there early; Claire, Nato, Magdelena and Heather telling horror stories about similar events that had backfired. “Public art is exhausting” sighed Nato Thompson, before anything had began.”

Click here to visit the Public Art (Now) blog and read the full article.

The second bloggers report by Katy Beinart from the Whitechapel event will be published on the Public Art (Now) blog next week. Join our mailing list to stay up to date with future bursary opportunities.

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