Cork City North West Quarter Regeneration - Commission Call

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Cork City North West Quarter Regeneration

Significant Collaborative Art Opportunity

The total value of the commission(s) is up to 75,000 euro

Cork City North West Quarter Regeneration under their Capital Regeneration Programme has provided funding through the Percent for Art Scheme to undertake the management and realization of a significant art commission for the area.

The Commission seeks to support new and exciting opportunities for artists to engage with communities through dynamic collaborative art projects and responses led by artists.

The National Sculpture Factory will manage this open call for proposals to artists for the commission, with support from Create the national development agency for collaborative arts Ireland and a panel of independent advisors.

This process seeks interest only from artists or artist led collectives who will engage in research with communities and whose who is collaborative in nature.

The total value of the commission(s) is up to 75,000 euro. This budget is fully inclusive of all costs including fees to the artist/arts group, any necessary research, production/realization, insurance, documentation and VAT. You may wish to apply for the full amount or part of it.

For further information on the commission see full brief attached here.

Closing date for Stage 1 Expressions of Interest is

4pm on Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Submissions marked Cork North Western Regeneration Commission and delivered to:

Elma O’Donovan

National Sculpture Factory

Albert Road

Cork T12 KX00

Ireland

T. 00353 21 4314353

The National Sculpture Factory is generously supported by the Arts Council and Cork City Council

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