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Camp Hill Community Centre Installation, Nuneaton

Deadline: March 26, 2014, 5:00 pm

Pride In Camp Hill Ltd wishes to appoint a Community Artist to design, produce and install an art installation in the 5 arches on the side of the CHESS building in Camp Hill, Nuneaton.

Pride in Camp Hill Ltd is a partnership project between Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council (NBBC), Warwickshire County Council (WCC), Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), The Princes Foundation and the residents and businesses of Camp Hill.

The project is to be situated within arches on the wall of the CHESS Community Building which is in the heart of the village centre.  The art work should represent the local community, (past, present and future) the history / services / and people living here.  The last arch should represent all that is new and vibrant in the area and highlight some of the services and activities that people can get involved in.

The aim is to have a project that works with a variety of community groups, residents and representatives from the partner organisations that make up Camp Hill.  The artist will work with a range of age groups from the community to develop an art project that reflects, celebrates and explores the history, heritage and changes of the area in a feature that is both durable, maintenance free and inspiring.

For a full details of the commissioning process please downlown the following artists brief.

Download Camp Hill History - Community Centre Installation Project Brief.pdf(172 KB)