Tag Archive for public art

Interview with sculptor artist Faith Bebbington

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From skateparks to international train stations and football stadiums, her ‘3D graffiti’ engages with communities and explores non-traditional materials.

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3 of the Most Controversial Works of Public Art

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It seems that everyone has an opinion on public art, whether positive or negative. Is it all a waste of taxpayers’ money, or a welcome way to add interest to what may otherwise be a dull urban or rural landscape?…

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Where Can You Exhibit Your Work? – Alternative Art Spaces

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With the price of gallery space at an all-time high, space of any kind being at a premium and opportunities to exhibit within the arts dwindling fast, it is important to think outside the box and diversify. This post looks…

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Call to artists to submit public art design – make your mark!

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Have you always dreamed of designing a piece of public art which will stand the test of time and be seen by generations to come?  Here’s a fantastic opportunity for artists to design a piece of public art to be…

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