The new public art demands and invites communication and the engagement of others. Mary Jane Jacobs

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ixia has taken over the ownership and management of Public Art Online from Arts Council England. The design and content of the website are currently being reviewed.

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Walk, Hands, Eyes (Plymouth)

Situations have invited French artist Myriam Lefkowitz to reimagine Plymouth with her project Walk, Hands, Eyes (a City). Performers from Paris and Plymouth will guide visitors on a one-to-one exploration of the city, playing with the elements of the urban landscape.

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Alder Hey in the Park - Commission


Bellway Homes Banbury Commission


The AA2A project - 2016 More news

Case studies

Solid-State Memory: Audio Archive Markers; project proposal by David Cotterrell.

Sovereign Housing, Barton Hill

Sovereign Housing Group secured a PROJECT Creative Homes Award to employ the artist David Cotterell as part of the design for a housing development in an inner city regeneration area in Bristol.

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Blue Carpet


Solid Waste Management Facility


The Peterhead Creative Communities Project More case studies


Banksy, Park Street, Bristol. Photo: Mark Luck

Public Art and Planning

Updated in June 2009, Public Art South West commissioned a new guide by their Planning Associate, Mark Luck. The report promotes a range of planning led approaches for securing the integration of public art, both within key development schemes and through the delivery of public realm improvements.

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New Public Art Fund for Scotland


An Artist's Perspective: Remember What Jack Said


Commissioning Guidelines: Modus Operandi More resources

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