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Selected archived public art projects

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  • London's Burning

    Uncover the stories of the Great Fire of London with Great Fire 350, a series of events across the City of London and beyond. Audiences are encouraged to pick from talks, exhibitions and performances telling the Great Fire's stories big and small, including London's Burning, a festival of arts and ideas produced by Artichoke, and running from the 30th of August to the 4th of September 2016.

    Date uploaded: August 24, 2016

  • 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.

    Date uploaded: August 17, 2016

  • Tracking The Process Of Abandonment: Victoria Lucas’ Decaying Urban Spaces

    As part of the Practising Place programme, In Certain Places has announced the latest essay commissioned in collaboration with The Double Negative - a UK-based online magazine featuring a selection of the latest in arts, design, film and music.

    Date uploaded: June 8, 2016

  • Now You See Me! International Public Art Short Film Contest - 2nd Edition

    Artists for Public Art 1777 has announced the launch of its second edition of an International Public Art Short Film Contest, entitled 'Now You See Me!'

    Date uploaded: June 1, 2016

  • Climate Change in Residence: Future Scenario

    Culture and Climate Change, a collaboration between the University of Sheffield, The Open University and the Ashden Trust is pleased to announce Emma Critchley, Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond-Skeaping and Zoë Svendson as the selected artists for Climate Change in Residence: Future Scenarios.

    Date uploaded: May 25, 2016

  • Roger Hiorns: Untitled (a retrospective view of the pathway)

    Ikon and Birmingham Cathedral present a new site-specific work by Birmingham-born artist Roger Hiorns, Untitled (a retrospective view of the pathway) (2016) on Wednesday the 15th and Friday the 17th of June 2016, from 5.30 to 6.30pm at St Philip’s Cathedral, Colmore Row, Birmingham.

    Date uploaded: May 25, 2016

  • Homing

    In Certain Places has announched the launch of 'Homing', a new interactive sound art work created by artists Jen Southern and Sam Thulin with the Media Innovation Studio at University of Central Lancashire. Based on the original letters of soldiers from the trenches of WW1, Homing uses sound to make connections at a distance; between presence and absence, people and place, displacement and home.

    Date uploaded: May 18, 2016

  • Hollow

    The University of Bristol has unveiled Hollow, a permanent public artwork by the artist Katie Paterson with architects Zeller & Moye, produced by Situations. Hollow is sited at Royal Fort Gardens in Bristol, UK and will be open to the public from dawn until dusk, all year round.

    Date uploaded: May 11, 2016

  • Operation Black Antler

    Blast Theory has announced that they will premiere Operation Black Antler, a collaboration with Hydrocracker, who make theatre in non-theatre spaces; at this year's Brighton Festival with Guest Director Laurie Anderson. It will feature as one of the festival's special Brighton Commissions to celebrate its 50th Birthday.

    Date uploaded: May 11, 2016

  • The Faraway Nearby: Whitstable Biennale

    Whitstable Biennale has announced 'The Faraway Nearby', the theme for the eighth edition of the coastal contemporary art festival featuring fifteen new commissions from artists including Alice Butler, Matthew Herbert, Mikhail Karikis, Tessa Lynch, Louisa Martin, Lucy Pawlak, Trish Scott, Sarah Wood and others. Opening Weekend: 4th and 5th of June 2016.

    Date uploaded: May 11, 2016

  • Urban vibrations: selfhood, sound and the city

    As part of the Practising Place programme, In Certain Places is proud to present an evening with artist Magda Stawarska-Beavan in conversation with historian Dr. James Mansell.

    Date uploaded: April 13, 2016

  • Charcoal Measure; Onya McCausland

    From the 15th of March 2016 Onya McCausland's new artwork Charcoal Measure, will be unveiled and reveal hidden coal seams 1000ft below the surface of the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail.

    Date uploaded: March 23, 2016

  • The Expanded City

    The Expanded City is a new programme of research-based public artworks, curated by In Certain Places at the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK. Developed in response to an invitation from Preston City Council, and supported by Arts Council England, The Expanded City will inform a programme of infrastructure projects on the outskirts of the city proposed by a £430m City Deal Scheme.

    Date uploaded: March 23, 2016

  • Submissions sort for CREATE Film Festival

    In Place of War is an organisation that empowers, mobilises and connects artists and creative communities living in sites of war, revolution and conflict. Working with artists, producers, researchers and cultural activists, they build powerful networks, create social change through creativity and demonstrate the value of the arts to public space, public life and public debate.

    Date uploaded: March 9, 2016

  • Richard Forster: Levittown

    Levittown is Richard Forster’s major new commission for De La Warr Pavilion, responding to the Modernist architecture of the building through a neon installation and over fifty drawings on paper. The new work has evolved from Forster’s extensive research into an archive of found images, plans and drawings of Levittown, the pioneering American suburban housing project of 1947, first built in Long Island and developed further in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

    Date uploaded: March 9, 2016

  • The Grounds We Tread

    Pump House Gallery has announced 'The Grounds We Tread', a new programme led by international and emerging contemporary artists responding to Battersea Park and the rapidly changing urban landscape of Wandsworth and Nine Elms. Exploring ideas of public space and intimacy, the programme also marks the relaunch of Pump House Gallery as a new contemporary art space for London, supported by Arts Council England and Wandsworth Council.

    Date uploaded: March 2, 2016

  • Saw Waves: Juneau Projects

    Saw Waves, a new commission by artists and musicians Juneau Projects has been launched and employs digital technology to create a new audio artwork illuminating the historic role of Baltic Wharf in Totnes.

    Date uploaded: February 25, 2016

  • Artist's Mini Restoration aims to tellthe story of Longbridge

    The restoration of a 1979 Mini 1275 GT is at the heart of a new narrative work by artist Stuart Whipps, looking at the history and heritage of the famous Longbridge car factory in Birmingham. The project, has been commissioned by WERK, as part of the Longbridge Public Art Project (LPAP) and is designed to support the ongoing regeneration of the former car factory site.

    Date uploaded: February 17, 2016

  • Company: Movements, Deals and Drinks

    Company: Movements, Deals and Drinks is a long-term art project by Myvillages, linking the history of up to 250,000 east Londoners going hop picking in nearby Kent to the set up of a new community drinks enterprise.

    Date uploaded: February 17, 2016

  • A Bathymetric Atlas of The English Lake District

    A Bathymetric Atlas of The English Lake District is being exhibited as part of Picture Book an exhibition exploring artist's books at The Tetley.

    Date uploaded: January 26, 2016

  • Nine Songs for Nine Elms

    Berkeley Homes have invited UP Projects to curate and produce a series of new commissions as part of their cultural strategy for Vista; a new residential development within the Nine Elms regeneration area. Over the next few years UP Projects will curate and produce new works that animate the site and celebrate the diverse history of the area, beginning with a new performance and video work by Lucy Cash.

    Date uploaded: January 25, 2016

  • Kathleen Herbert; Past time is finite, future time is infinite

    Kathleen Herbert's solo exhibition Past time is finite, future time is infinite opens this week at Danielle Arnaud, featuring a new film inspired by Kielder Water & Forest Park in Northumberland.

    Date uploaded: January 20, 2016

  • Edinburgh Art Festival announce Dazzle Ship Scotland

    Edinburgh Arts Festival has announced they will be partnering with 14-18 NOW to commission Turner Prize nominee Ciara Phillips to “dazzle” a ship in the historic port of Leith as part of their 2016 Edinburgh Art Festival Commissions Programme.

    Date uploaded: January 20, 2016

  • PRODUCTION SHOW 2016 – 2018

    PRODUCTION SHOW 2016 – 2018 is an evolving programme of relationships, commissions, exhibitions and events spanning two years which explodes Eastside Projects’ transformation as an active space of research, development, prototyping,manufacturing and display.

    Date uploaded: January 20, 2016

  • Brand News, Market Town commission

    On Saturday 6th February 2016 a shop in Loughborough will replace all the branding on its shelves when its entire stock is repackaged and rebranded by artist Kathrin Böhm. Hundreds of people are expected to visit the shop to see the new work by the well known artist but just how much of a risk the shop’s owner is taking by supporting the project is yet to be decided.

    Date uploaded: January 20, 2016

  • Winter Lights Festival at Canary Wharf

    Winter Lights presents 18 light installations in and around Canary Wharf. The sculptures, structures and installations on display are the creations of some of the most innovative artists and designers around today, presenting work using a great diversity of different forms of light technology. Together the artists represent four continents across the world with projects that are interactive, performance or visual spectacles can be admired from close up or from afar.

    Date uploaded: January 13, 2016

  • Lumiere London

    The installations for Lumiere London in Piccadilly, Regent Street and St James's, Trafalgar Square and Westminster, Mayfair, and King's Cross have now been revealed. Produced by Artichoke and supported by the Mayor of London, for four evenings in January a host of international artists will illuminate the city from 6:30pm to 10:30pm each night from the 14th to the 17th of January 2016.

    Date uploaded: January 13, 2016

  • Follow

    In a world where we use Instagram and Twitter ‘likes’ to assess who and what is important, the major new exhibition Follow will ask what impact the internet is really having on our concept of ‘reality’, and how we think about ourselves, our idols and those around us. Follow will be showing at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool from 11 December 2015 until 21 February 2016.

    Date uploaded: December 2, 2015

  • idle women announce new floating arts centre

    idle women announce a new floating arts centre touring the North West of England, following major funding award for 2016 - 2017.The project is a touring arts and resource space for women, on board a narrow boat supported by Arts Council England's strategic touring fund and its five partners, Super Slow Way, Creative Scene, Left Coast, Heart of Glass and Canal & River Trust.

    Date uploaded: December 2, 2015

  • Enlighten Manchester - Festival of Light and Sound Art

    Celebrating UNESCO’s International Year of Light, a new Festival of Light and Sound Art -‘Enlighten Manchester’ - is set to bring a programme of world premières, award-winning installations and international artists to the city. From the 10th to the 12th of December 2015 contemporary artists will transform the public spaces inside Manchester Central Library and The Bridgewater Hall, offering families an immersive, cultural celebration.

    Date uploaded: November 19, 2015

  • Liverpool Biennial

    Liverpool Biennial has announced the participation of thirty-seven international artists in the 2016 Biennial festival of contemporary art, running from the 9th of July until the 16th of October 2015.

    Date uploaded: November 19, 2015

  • Illuminating York

    As the nights start drawing in, York is gearing up for the annual celebration of light that is the illuminating York Festival. Now in its 10th year, the Festival was one of the first of its kind in the UK and it continues to pursue new ways of showing the historic city in a new light. Inspired by the UNESCO International Year of Light, the 2015 Festival celebrates light in all of its forms, from the flickering flame to the light emitting diode.

    Date uploaded: October 28, 2015

  • Charcoal burning at the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail

    Onya McCausland has been commissioned by the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust in partnership with Forestry Commission England to recycle Place by Magdalena Jetelova. The 20ft high sculpture, known locally as 'Giant's Chair' will be transformed into charcoal in homage to artist Magdelena Jetelova's original wishes. Onya McCausland will then use the charcoal to create a new temporary artwork for the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail.

    Date uploaded: October 20, 2015

  • Fiona Curran commission for Kielder Art & Architecture

    Fiona Curran has been selected to create a new temporary artwork at Kielder Castle Visitor Centre in Kielder Water & Forest Park, Northumberland. London based artist Fiona Curran was selected based on her proposal responding to the historic enclosure of the English countryside.

    Date uploaded: October 20, 2015

  • Underline: Matt Rogers

    Underline is a series of art and music commissions for the Victoria line, of the London Underground. With commissions from three visual artists, an architectural collective and a composer, Underline will draw inspiration from the character of one of the most intensively travelled lines on the network, and the organisations, communities and histories connected by it.

    Date uploaded: October 6, 2015

  • The Company of Wolves

    Interactive theatre company Burn the Curtain invite runners and walkers to persue their cast through the forest, in the re-telling of a dark and mysterious classic tale by Angela Carter. 'The Company of Wolves' tour begins at the Forestry Commission's Haldon Forest Park near Exeter on the 29th of October 2015 and will continue throughout Spring and Summer 2016.

    Date uploaded: October 6, 2015

  • Evertro: Koo Jeong A x Wheelscape

    Liverpool Biennial and Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson have commissioned artist Koo Jeong A, in association with Wheelscape Skateparks, to design the UK's first glow-in-the-dark wheels park, Evertro, in partnership with Friends of Everton Park, the Land Trust and Liverpool Vision.

    Date uploaded: October 6, 2015

  • I'm Laughing at Clouds: Michael A Pinsky

    'I’m Laughing at Clouds' by Michael Pinsky is an ensemble of nine tactile columns, which detect the heartbeat of participants and convert their systolic readings into a composition of light and sound.

    Date uploaded: October 6, 2015

  • Marc Quinn: Frozen Waves, Broken Sublimes

    Five monumental sculptures by Marc Quinn will be presented in Somerset House’s historic Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court this September and October. Forming two bodies of work entitled Frozen Wave and Broken Sublime (2015), the sculptures originate from the remnants of shells. This installation is the first time the works will be presented outdoors and the sculptures will be amidst the courtyard’s fountains, underlining the works’ connection to water.

    Date uploaded: September 2, 2015

  • Grace Schwindt Little Birds and a Demon

    Pavilion presents Grace Schwindt's live transmission of 'Little Birds and a Demon, on Saturday the 19th of Septmeber 2015 at 3pm from an isolated lighthouse on the southernmost tip of the Shetland Islands. Three opera singers and an ensemble of musicians will send a call about love and death – to all those who care to listen.

    Date uploaded: August 26, 2015

  • Lesions in the Landscape

    Lesions in the Landscape by UK/Danish artist Shona Illingworth is a new multi-screen installation, exploring the impact of amnesia and the erasure of individual and cultural memory. The exhibit opens at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool on the 17th of September until the 22nd of November 2015, before touring to Sydney Australia, the Outer Hebrides, Scotland and finally to London, where there will be an international symposium in October 2016.

    Date uploaded: August 19, 2015

  • Black Country Voyages: The Black Apotheca

    Black Country Voyages (2014–2017) is Ikon Gallery in Birmingham's art programme taking place on board a canal boat. This years lead artist Jacques Nimki has transformed the boat into The Black Apotheca, a floating laboratory of herbal liquids made from local plants. It showcases drawings, recipes and objects, all relating to the business of apothecaries. The Ikon Youth Programme (IYP) crew the boat, travelling to meet local people and organise events.

    Date uploaded: August 19, 2015

  • Bring Your Own Beamer

    Bring Your Own Beamer is an international moving image art exhibition that encourages artists to participate by bringing their own "beamer" or projector for a night of live collaboration. Established in Berlin by Rafael Rozendaal in 2010, BYOB has become a global phenomenon with events and collaborations taking place across the globe.

    Date uploaded: August 5, 2015

  • Art in Bearpit Part 2

    After its initial three month art programme, created especially for central Bristol’s Bearpit roundabout, Art in Bearpit announce a new programme of events for the coming few months. Art in Bearpit is produced by Hand in Glove, nomadic visual art curators based in Bristol.

    Date uploaded: August 5, 2015

  • Sanctum: Theaster Gates

    Situations has launched Theaster Gates’ first major UK public project in Bristol. From the 29th of October 2015 'Sanctum' starts a 552-hour continuous programme of performance that will breathe new life into the sleeping site of Temple Church. In partnership with English Heritage, Sanctum forms part of the cultural programme for Bristol 2015 European Green Capital supported by Arts Council England.

    Date uploaded: July 29, 2015

  • A Green and Pleasant Land? Rural Life in Art

    In Certain Places present artworks by Rebecca Chesney, Joanne Lee and Abigail Townsend, as part of the Harris Museum & Art Gallery's summer show 'A Green and Pleasant Land? Rural Life in Art'.The exhibition, which runs until the end of September, explores how artists have been inspired by rural heritage, from the romantic to the real.

    Date uploaded: July 29, 2015

  • Manual Labours, 'The Complaining Body' workshop

    In Certain Places will be holding a 2-hour creative workshop for workers who deal with complaints focusing on the experience of receiving, managing and administering of complaints. The workshop will take place on Tuesday the 28th of July from 12 to 2pm at the Media Factory, University of Central Lancashire.

    Date uploaded: July 10, 2015

  • Stealth

    STEALTH presents recent work by UK and international artists critiquing surveillance culture and the invasive and pervasive technologies that shape our daily interactions. The exhibition launches on Thursday the 25th of June, 6.30pm to 8.30pm, and continues until the 11th of July, open Thursday through to Saturday, from 12 until 5pm; at Vivid Projects, Birmingham.

    Date uploaded: June 19, 2015

  • Open House

    In Certain Places present Open House art exhibition to celebrate the launch of the Hannah Festival in the north. The exhibition dates are Friday the 12th June from 5 to 7.30pm and Tuesday the 16th, Wednesday the 17th and Thursday the 18th of June from 1 to 4pm at In Certain Places, 38 St Peters Street, University of Central Lancashire.

    Date uploaded: June 12, 2015

  • Folkestone Artworks: New Edition Launch

    Folkestone Artworks have announced they will be adding an additional ten pieces to Folkestone’s gallery without walls this summer and have issued an open invitation to join them in celebrating New Edition at Payers Park and Folkestone Creative Quarter on Saturday the 20th June 2015.

    Date uploaded: June 12, 2015

  • FANK

    FANK is an ongoing project incorporating a new public artwork within a restored and repurposed stone enclosure deep in the forest on the Isle of Mull. At its centre is a new commission by artist Andrea Geile. Geile's outdoor sculptures are made from Corten steel and are often grouped with seeded plants and flowers that together speak to the environment in which they are located. They are subtle interventions, merging into the landscape, and often only visible on closer inspection.

    Date uploaded: June 1, 2015

  • Roger Coward: Birmingham Plays

    This summer Eastside Projects and Roger Coward re-visit his 1975 Artist Placement Group project in Birmingham. Focusing on Small Heath as part of the Government’s Inner Area Study, the exhibition of original material includes the artist’s film ‘The Most Smallest Heath in the Spaghetti Junction’, plus a new artist’s book, a symposium ‘The Studio in Society’ 4 July, and a revival of two plays devised and performed in Digbeth in 1975.

    Date uploaded: June 1, 2015

  • AND Festival returns to Grizedale Forest

    This Autumn, Abandon Normal Devices are inviting visitors to Grizedale Forest to explore and uncover the secret architecture of the forest through a programme of artworks, events, trails and film happenings. Through collaboration with Forestry Commission England’s Forest Art Works programme, in September the forest will become a temporary haven for artists, designers, scientists and filmmakers, who will explore the woodlands and nature’s processes’ through creative digital technologies.

    Date uploaded: May 29, 2015

  • Weather Station

    OSRProjects present 'Weather Station', a mobile pavilion for the collection of images, objects and ideas. An artist-led response to flooding and extreme weather, exploring the changing relationship with landscape and the natural world. The exhibition brings together new and existing work by artists Jethro Brice, Simon Lee Dicker and Alexander Stevenson and will be on display at the OSR Project Space in Somerset from the 20th of June to the 11th of July 2015, from Thursday to Saturday 11am – 5pm (or by appointment).

    Date uploaded: May 18, 2015

  • Dangerous Discoveries at Biddulph Grange Garden

    Biddulph Grange Garden is hosting a contemporary art exhibition in the garden, as part of the Trust New Art project. The Garden has commissioned five contemporary artists to create a contemporary arts exhibition, with the theme of ‘dangerous discoveries’. Featuring artists Rebecca Lee, Sarah Tulloch, Rebecca Beinart, Katy Beinart and Laura Youngson Coll, winner of the 2014 Perrier-Jouet Arts Salon prize.

    Date uploaded: May 18, 2015

  • 'Chiltern Art Collaboration' timetable commission

    Chiltern Railways has partnered with a leading British artist, Samara Scott and art organisation, Eastside Projects, to commission a series of contemporary artworks to feature on their new timetable.

    Date uploaded: May 5, 2015

  • Siân Macfarlane: We Are Illuminated

    Over the past 12 months, West Midlands based artist Siân Macfarlane has immersed herself in the history of Walsall at leisure and in celebration from the 1800s to the present day. The culmination of Siân’s research is a multi-layered film; rich in references to the variety of pastimes enjoyed and experienced by residents of the Borough across the ages. The exhibition is on display on floor 4 of the Walsall Art Gallery from the 1st of May to the 26th of July 2015.

    Date uploaded: April 27, 2015

  • Withdrawn by Luke Jerram at Leigh Woods

    A ghostly flotilla of fishing boats have come to rest in Leigh Woods in Bristol. Commissioned by the National Trust, working in partnership with Forestry Commission England as part of the Bristol 2015 European Green Capital programme, the new artwork by celebrated local artist Luke Jerram has been created for the national nature reserve on the edge of Bristol, and encourages people to reflect on the impact humanity is having on our seas.

    Date uploaded: April 24, 2015

  • Art in Bearpit Spring Programme Launch in Bristol

    For six months, Bristol’s iconic Bearpit will play host to a series of unusual interventions and encounters, interrupting the everyday life of the city. Art in Bearpit is a pilot programme of commissions and events developed for the Bearpit in central Bristol, taking place from May to October 2015. Initiated by Bearpit Improvement Group, Art in Bearpit is produced by Bristol visual arts producers Hand in Glove, and is supported by Arts Council England, Bristol City Council Creative Seed and Gane Trust.

    Date uploaded: April 24, 2015

  • Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing

    The exhibition 'Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing' will beon display at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) from the 4th of June to the 31st of August 2015 and will explore how digital technologies come together with traditional processes of production to create new ways of working, sharing and collaborating.

    Date uploaded: April 24, 2015

  • Istanbul in/+ Leeds

    Pavilion and University of Leeds present an event with Griselda Pollock and artist Grace Schwindt that will introduce some of the themes associated with the 14th Istanbul Biennial, which runs from September–November 2015. This event will take place at The Tetley, Leeds on the 25th of April from 2–5pm.

    Date uploaded: April 13, 2015

  • The Endeavour; Mikhail Karikis

    Tyneside Cinema has announced a new commission by Mikhail Karikis, artist-in-residence in 2015. The Endeavour is an immersive evocation of the North East’s industrial past, forgotten trades and dialects, and a lyrical homage to historical protest and resistance. The work is being presented as a video and sound installation in The Gallery, the cinema’s new space for artists’ moving image.

    Date uploaded: April 13, 2015

  • PROJECT 09: Salvatore Arancio

    PROJECTS is a series of exhibitions within the Contemporary Art Society space at 59 Central Street that transform and use the architecture of the building, drawing into focus questions around modes of display and the encounter between contemporary art and architecture. For PROJECT 09 the Contemporary Art Society will present a selection of new work by Salvatore Arancio produced as part of his Ceramics Fellowship at Camden Arts Centre for 2014-15.

    Date uploaded: April 10, 2015

  • Richard Woods - Inclosure Acts

    WORKS|PROJECTS has announced the launch of Richard Woods new exhibition Inclosure Acts, which runs from the 10th of April to the 14th of June 2015 at Chapter in Cardiff.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2015

  • Pavilion Presents a Double Screening: River and Sea

    Pavilion presents a two-part screening of films that use different strategies to reflect upon the industrial and poetic potential of river and sea.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2015

  • 'Time Travel' by Cherry Tenneson and Steph Fletcher

    In Certain Places presents 'Time Travel' - a collection of new artworks and urban interventions by Cherry Tenneson and Steph Fletcher. Informed by eighteen months of research in Preston city centre, their individual projects - 'Outward journeys must not be in the past' and 'twentyfourzero' explore the tensions between individual agency and authority, and question the continued potential for collective forms of action in today's neoliberal city.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2015

  • 'We Find The body Difficult to Speak'

    Artists Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes present a new body of work entitled 'We Find The body Difficult to Speak', including sound, video and performance at Grizedale Forest on Friday the 15th of May 2015.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2015

  • The Waiting Room

    IC Communication in association with Cervantes Institute London presents The Waiting Room: Spanish Exile in the UK in literature, art, film and music. The exhibition runs from the 28th of April to the 30th of June 2015 and celebrates the unique contribution to British cultural life of the writers and poets who came to the UK from Spain during the Civil War. It explores the crucial role they played in the Allied cause, as exiles facing great political and personal challenges.

    Date uploaded: March 30, 2015

  • Carsten Nicolai - unicolor

    The Vinyl Factory has announced the European premiere of unicolor, a new work by Carsten Nicolai examining the psychology of colour perception which will be on display at Brewers Street Car Park from the 24th of June to the 2nd of August 2015. Submerged in panoramic wavelengths of blue, red, green and grey that grow, evaporate and meld into one another, the viewer is confronted with an infinite, visceral expanse of colour and sound.

    Date uploaded: March 30, 2015

  • The Follies of Youth

    The Follies of Youth is a programme of historical research and contemporary art commissioning by Pavilion. Artists Giles Bailey, Amelia Crouch, and Ruth Lyons have produced work in response to three landscapes in West Yorkshire – Stapleton, Whitley Beaumont and Byram – listed in the account book of Lancelot “Capability” Brown (1716–83).

    Date uploaded: March 20, 2015

  • Temple Burns

    The burning of a 70-foot carved wooden tower called 'Temple' by artist David Best has taken place in Londonderry, the culmination of a collaborative project with outdoor arts company Artichoke. The intricate wooden sculpture was funded through a Kickstarter public donation campaign and more than 15,000 people attended the final event, as the artwork was set alight in the Waterside area.

    Date uploaded: March 20, 2015

  • ‘Real Estate: a project by Fugitive Images’

    The DIG Collective present a series of events entitled 'Real Estate: a project by Fugitive Images’ from the 11th to the 14th of March 2015 at PEER Gallery, Hoxton Street, LONDON. DIG will ‘evict’ and board up PEER gallery for the duration of the residency, its frontage becoming the backdrop for an accumulation of layered developers’ propaganda, occupation, rehabilitation and the effect of natural forces, all emerging over the period of four days.

    Date uploaded: March 6, 2015

  • New sculptures planned for the Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail

    The Forest of Dean Sculpture Trail has been awarded funding for a series of new artworks to be installed in 2016, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the founding of the trail.

    Date uploaded: March 6, 2015

  • Kern Baby by Faye Claridge

    'The Kern Baby' is a new enigmatic commission for Compton Verney by artist Faye Claridge and will be on show in the grounds as part of Art in the park from the 14th of March to the 13th of December 2015.

    Date uploaded: March 2, 2015

  • Ryoji Ikeda - Supersymmetry

    The Vinyl Factory has announced the UK premiere of a new work by international artist-composer Ryoji Ikeda to mark a year of site-specific installations in Brewer Street Car Park in Soho. Running from the 23rd of April to the 31st of May 2015, 'Supersymmetry' is Ikeda’s first large-scale solo exhibition in London.

    Date uploaded: February 16, 2015

  • Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age

    Originating from FACT’s extensive work within the field of mental health, their new exhibition entitled Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age will explore the complex relationship between technology, society, and mental health. The exhibition is curated by Vanessa Bartlett and Mike Stubbs and will run from the 5th of March 2015 to the 17th of May 2015 at FACT, Liverpool.

    Date uploaded: February 16, 2015

  • Susan Stenger's Sound Strata

    AV Festival has announced a new touring exhibition of Susan Stenger’s commission Sound Strata of Coastal Northumberland, her sound installation that premiered at Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle in March 2014. The exhibition is accompanied by a new publication with a specially commissioned essay by nature writer Robert Macfarlane.

    Date uploaded: February 16, 2015

  • Drifting in Daylight: Art in Central Park

    On Friday, May 15th, Creative Time and Central Park Conservancy will unveil Drifting in Daylight, a springtime pathway of art winding through one of the world’s most iconic park. As the centerpiece of Central Park Conservancy’s 35th Anniversary celebration, this free public exhibition aims to draw visitors into the park’s beautiful north end, much of which has been expertly restored by the Conservancy.

    Date uploaded: February 13, 2015

  • Peter Blake creates new commissioned artwork for Liverpool

    Liverpool Biennial, 14-18 NOW WW1 Centenary Art Commissions and Tate Liverpool have commissioned one of the major figures of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake, to ‘dazzle’ a Mersey Ferry in partnership with Merseytravel and National Museums Liverpool.

    Date uploaded: February 4, 2015

  • Melanie Manchot - Twelve

    'Twelve' is Melanie Manchot’s major new multi channel video installation exploring the intimate stories, rituals, repetitions and ruptures of lives spent in addiction and recovery. Inspired by the visual acuity of renowned contemporary filmmakers, the work connects and collapses individual recollections in which everyday situations, events and activities are rendered dramatic or abstract and infused with tragedy, pathos and humour.

    Date uploaded: February 4, 2015

  • Adam Chodzko’s - Great Expectations

    Inspired by a series of enigmas surrounding the world’s most complete collection of 18th century tools, artist Adam Chodzko’s 'Great Expectations' weaves together past, present and future in a new video and sculpture connecting public spaces in the Medway towns of Gillingham, Rochester and Chatham with the private interiors of home and school. Great Expectations is the final commission in Hoodwink’s three-year programme of site-specific projects in the everyday places of Kent.

    Date uploaded: January 26, 2015

  • Ambika P3 presents Potential Architecture

    'Potential Architecture' fuses art and architecture in four site-specific commissions by international artists/architects Alexander Brodsky, Sean Griffiths, Joar Nango and Apolonija Šušterŝič. The exhibition will run from the 11th of March to the 19th of April 2015 at Ambika P3, University of Westminster, London.

    Date uploaded: January 21, 2015

  • IBT 15 - Enter the Storm

    In Between Time has announced the launch of 'IBT15 - Enter the Storm' at Arnolfini, Bristol on Thursday the 12th of February 2015. This is their 6th major biennial, but the first as Bristol International Festival. The event celebrates art as a powerful force for change, with over 50 artworks located across the city from the 12th to the 15th of February 2015.

    Date uploaded: January 19, 2015

  • Song for Coal: Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson

    Yorkshire Sculpture Park will be premiering 'Song for Coal', an immersive audio-visual work by Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson in the historic and newly-restored St Bartholomew’s Chapel. The exhibition will run from the 10th of January until the 19th of April 2015 and will coincide with the 30-year anniversary of the UK miners’ strike.

    Date uploaded: January 12, 2015

  • 100 by Yemisi Blake and Jay Bernard

    '100' by Yemisi Blake and Jay Bernard is a new commission by Art on the Underground celebrating Transport for London’s Year of the Bus. '100' is on display at North Greenwich Bus Station, Kingston Cromwell Road Bus Station and Walthamstow Bus Station from January 2015.

    Date uploaded: January 12, 2015

  • Sebastian Buerkner - The Chimera of M.

    Sebastian Buerkner’s award-winning 3D installation, The Chimera of M., is set to transform The Gallery at Tyneside Cinema into a dreamlike virtual space of stereoscopic digital animation. Wearing 3D glasses, audiences are welcomed to experience an enigmatic and stylised landscape through the eyes of the protagonist, as he considers questions of longing, intimacy, identity and loss. On display from the 15th of January to the 25th of February 2015.

    Date uploaded: January 5, 2015

  • Art in Bearpit

    Hand in Glove has announced a new public art project for Bristol entitled 'Art in Bearpit'. The organisation will produce a six month programme of artworks and events for the iconic Bearpit roundabout, working with local and national artists.

    Date uploaded: January 5, 2015

  • Luke Duggleby launches Guardians of the Areng

    Forestry Commission England presents Guardians of the Areng Valley an exhibition by photographer Luke Duggleby, recipient of the inaugural Forestry Commission England Exhibition Award. The exhibition is sited in Grizedale Forest a short walk along the Millwood Trail from the Visitor Centre and will be open daily from the 15th of November 2014 to the 1st of March 2015.

    Date uploaded: December 10, 2014

  • Biofuels Project

    As part of UP Projects’ Floating Cinema programme for 2014, pupils from St Paul’s Way Trust School have been conducting research into how sustainable energy can be created using everyday objects and simple ideas. Over a period of six weeks the pupils have worked alongside art and science collective Guerilla Science to conduct experiments and field trips inspired by the Floating Cinema’s green hybrid engine, which runs on fuel created from recycled cooking oil.

    Date uploaded: December 3, 2014

  • John Smith: White Hole

    Tyneside Cinema and Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network have announced the UK premiere of John Smith’s White Hole. The installation presents Smith’s perspective on the realities of Warsaw in 1980 and Leipzig in 1997, and draws together the artists fragmented recollections of two trips to Eastern Europe, before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall; commenting on two very distinctive places shaped by opposing ideologies – one Communist and the other Capitalist. White Hole is open daily Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm and on Sundays from 11am to 5pm at The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema, 10-12 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

    Date uploaded: November 24, 2014

  • Atmos Totnes

    'Encounters' are leading an interactive, creative engagement and consultation process for a pioneering new community development: Atmos Totnes. From 17th October to 6th December Atmos Totnes will open its doors for the first stage of this process.

    Date uploaded: November 24, 2014

  • Magna Carta

    Situations has announced artist Hew Locke will work with the National Trust and Surrey County Council to mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta at the historic site of Runnymede in 2015. Hew Locke will produce a new public artwork which will form the centerpiece of an international gathering at Runnymede on June the 15th 2015, where 800 years ago the feudal barons sealed the Magna Carta with King John.The permanently sited work will form the centrepiece of this historic occasion.

    Date uploaded: November 11, 2014

  • Barbara and Henry – The Musical

    'Barbara and Henry – The Musical' is an exploration of an imagined relationship between revered sculptors Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. It was conceived by the artist, Mel Brimfield, and the singer-songwriter, Gwyneth Herbert, as part of their Platform residency at Site Gallery, Shefield. The project will run from the 18th of November to the 13th of December 2014.

    Date uploaded: November 11, 2014

  • The Survivalist Series

    New Works by Ania Bas, CAAPO, Pablo Perezzarate & Rich White will launch in an exhibition at Cardiff MADE on Thursday the 6th of November between 6 and 9pm. The series of 4 new commissions by selected artists invited to explore the term ‘survival’ will be open each Tuesday to Saturday between the hours of 10am and 5pm until Wednesday the 26th of November 2014.

    Date uploaded: November 5, 2014

  • Cambridge KickstART

    Cambridge KickstART is a public art project celebrating the creation of over 100 new homes on the site of Cambridge City FC's grounds in Milton Road. The project is sponsored by Crest Nicholson and marks the club's move to shared grounds at Histon before establishing their new permanent home on the outskirts of Cambridge.

    Date uploaded: November 5, 2014

  • The Charter of the Forest

    Public Works has announced an event to mark the anniversary of The Charter of the Forest, which was first issued on the 6th of November in 1217 as a complementary charter to the Magna Carta. The evening will start with a talk by Ben Cowell, Regional Director, National Trust followed by: Rewilding, a performance workshop by The FLOCK / Grow Art Collective and will end with For the love of trees: a short dramatic monologue by Natasha Langridge.

    Date uploaded: November 3, 2014

  • 'converse' by Kate V Robertson

    In a year that has seen Glasgow’s public spaces co-opted for mass sporting events, public participation, political demonstration and charity, Kate V Robertson engages the post-Commonwealth Games, post-referendum city in conversation with itself. 'converse' consists of conversation-based audio works, stories, recorded sounds and music created by Glasgow based musicians and writers including Martin O’Connor, Daniel Padden, Kim Moore, Kirstin Innes and visual artists Virginia Hutchison & Sarah Forrest and launches on the 8th of November 2014 at South Block, 60 Osborne St, Glasgow.

    Date uploaded: October 29, 2014

  • Newton’s Cottage - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

    Newton’s Cottage is a new art commission on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park designed by Rotterdam-based art/architecture collective Observatorium. Commissioned by the London Legacy Development Corporation in partnership with the Canal & River Trust, Newton’s Cottage is a flagship project as part of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s arts and culture programme, which creates world-class art for everyone to enjoy in and around the Park.

    Date uploaded: October 22, 2014

  • East Durham Creates

    Beamish Museum, Forma and East Durham Trust have collaborated with leading artists, musicians and producers to develop the first 'East Durham Creates' festival. This biannual event will launch this autumn and will run from the 29th of October to the 16th of November 2014.

    Date uploaded: October 20, 2014

  • The Nuisance of Landscape

    'The Nuisance of Landscape' is a major survey show of the work of Grizedale Arts over the last 15 years; from rotting sculpture in a forest to super social utility. The exhibition runs from the 10th of October to the 20th of December 2014 across four venues in South Lakeland; Abbot Hall Art Gallery; the Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry; Blackwell, the Arts and Crafts House; and the Coniston Institute.

    Date uploaded: October 13, 2014

  • Guardians of the Areng Valley; Luke Duggleby

    Forestry Commission England has announced the recipient of the inaugural Forestry Commission England Exhibition Award is photographer Luke Duggleby, for his work entitled Guardians of the Areng Valley. The award is part of the Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014 and was selected by Forestry Commission England Director Ian Gambles.

    Date uploaded: October 13, 2014

  • This Is Not A Gateway

    This Is Not A Gateway has released a sneak preview of its programme for its 5th and final Festival. The Festival will be held at the Bishopsgate Institute in London, on the 1st and 2nd of November 2014. The festival is a platform for critical insights and proposals related to societies ever-increasing urbanised lives.

    Date uploaded: October 6, 2014

  • The Palace That Joan Built

    Art on the Underground presents The Palace That Joan Built by artist Mel Brimfield and songwriter and composer Gwyneth Herbert. Inspired by the legacy of leading theatre director Joan Littlewood and coinciding with the centenary of her birth, The Palace That Joan Built is an unconventional biography composed of posters, photography, performance, film and musical interventions exhibited at Stratford Underground station.

    Date uploaded: September 30, 2014

  • Artichoke announce 'Temple' Kickstarter

    Artichoke has announced the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to support a new and ambitious project entitled 'Temple'. The project aims to bring together the artist at the centre of the USA's Burning Man Festival, David Best, and the people of Derry-Londonderry, to turn the idea of bonfire burning on its head.

    Date uploaded: September 22, 2014

  • Car Deconstruction - Dina Rončević

    In advance of her forthcoming project, ‘Car Deconstruction’, presented with Eastside Projects and Fierce Festival, Croatian artist and mechanic, Dina Rončević, will discuss the themes of her practice in an artist's talk, which will take place on Tuesday the 30th of September from 6.30pm to 8pm at Eastside Projects, Birmingham. These centre around gendered spaces, politics of knowledge and narratives regarding women, femininity and technology.


    Date uploaded: September 16, 2014

  • Dig Collective: Hole Story

    During September 2014, DIG Collective are hosting a series of residencies, performances and events responding to, and sited in, an 8sq metre cubic hole dug into the large garden of the Old Rectory in Hackney Central, London, a property slated for imminent demolition and redevelopment. The residencies and events will culminate in the Art Licks Weekend, held from the 2nd to the 5th of October 2014.

    Date uploaded: September 16, 2014

  • Matt Stokes: In Absence of the Smoky God

    Sheffield’s international contemporary art space Site Gallery has announced dates for a new exhibition by artist Matt Stokes. An opening preview will take place on Saturday the 27th of September with the show running until the 8th of November 2014, at Site Gallery, Brown Street in Sheffield.

    Date uploaded: September 12, 2014

  • Mark Vernon - The Dividing Line

    The history of Barne Barton and its relationship to the River Tamar by artist Mark Vernon will be premièred as part of an international Film Festival produced by The River Tamar Project. The film 'The Dividing Line' will be premièred at 7pm on the 2nd of October 2014 at Bull Point Rugby Pitch in Barne Barton as part of 'It's All About The River'' film festival.

    Date uploaded: September 12, 2014

  • The Influence of Furniture on Love

    The Influence of Furniture on Love is an exhibition in Wysing Arts Centre’s 17th century farmhouse. Realised by Lotte Juul Petersen and Giles Round, the exhibition celebrates 25 years of Wysing by transforming the farmhouse into a temporary public space, installing works by a selection of artists who have stayed there over the years and in response to its rooms. A number of the works will remain in the house as a lasting contribution to the site, for future artists to enjoy.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2014

  • Manual Labours Manual #2 Launch Event

    ‘Manual Labours’ is a long term research project exploring people’s physical relationships to work, initiated by Jenny Richards and Sophie Hope. Guests are invited to attend the launch of the artists second publication from the project: Manual Labours Manual #2 on Wednesday the 24th of September from 6pm to 8pm at the Birkbeck University: Cinema and Room G10, 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2014

  • Lead, threads and petals: A response to the Wentworth Blackamoor

    Leeds visual arts commissioning organisation Pavilion, present an installation, performance and discussion responding to the restored Blackamoor statue at Wentworth Castle Gardens, on Wednesday the 24th of September from 6pm to 8pm.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2014

  • Balfour’s Botany - Planting Out In Pilrig Park

    Over the summer months artist Andrea Geile and horticulturalist Rebecca Govier have been working with local groups to investigate the legacy of Edinburgh botanist John Hutton Balfour (1808-1884). Known by some as ‘Woody Fiber’ his enthusiasm for botanical exploration was not just for the discovery of new species, but in understanding their 'place in vegetation’. Inspired by ‘Woody’, Balfour’s Botany combines both his passion for teaching and the desire to understand a plants ‘place’, bringing this dynamism once more to Pilrig Park.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2014

  • Dawn Scarfe; Bivvy Broadcasts

    The Forestry Commission's current artist in residence Dawn Scarfe has announced she is teaming up with South London Gallery's youth forum, the Art Assassins on her Bivvy Broadcasts project. The residency through Sound and Music’s Embedded programme, places composers with leading national arts organisations. Audiences are invited to get involved and listen live on Saturday the 6th of September from 11pm to 7am on Sunday the 7th of September 2014.

    Date uploaded: August 29, 2014

  • b-side festival programme

    The 4th b-side festival entitled 'Flip the Switch' will launch on Friday the 5th of September from 6 to 9.30pm at St George’s CCT Church, Portland, Dorset and marks the start of 10 days of live art, sound, visual art, film and installation all exclusively hosted this year on the Isle of Portland.

    Date uploaded: August 27, 2014

  • Objectless Expansion: Jeremy Hutchison

    For his second solo presentation with Division of Labour, artist Jeremy Hutchison explores the widespread co-option of the colour cyan by digital technology brands. Twitter, Skype and DropBox are among many that deploy this colour for its connotations of freedom and immateriality. Objectless Expansion interrogates the strategies used to mystify the physical realities of digital communication.

    Date uploaded: August 27, 2014

  • Lucy Harrision: Home on High

    Lucy Harrison has been commissioned by The Legacy List to create a new piece of work in collaboration with local residents on the Brownfield Estate, London. As part of 'Home on High' the artist has created a film which will be screened inside a flat on the 24th floor of Erno Goldfinger's brutalist Balfron Tower, between the 5th and the 21st of September 2014.

    Date uploaded: August 27, 2014

  • Creative Cargo

    Creative Cargo is a new mobile engagement programme by Glasgow Sculpture Studios (GSS) and local partners based around the geography of the Forth & Clyde Canal. Creative Cargo is a barge and floating sculpture studio that travels along the canal and delivers outreach engagement workshops for communities as well as invites local groups to take over the space and share their usual social setting within the context of the canal.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2014

  • Take the Critical Spaces Survey - A Critical Catalyst for Socially-Engaged Art

    Critical Spaces is a new and FREE web-based platform for socially-engaged artists, launching in Autumn 2014. It has been designed by artists, for artists.

    Date uploaded: August 20, 2014

  • Launch of Fort Walney Uncovered

    Fort Walney Uncovered is the new art and archaeology programme developed by Art Gene, the independent (inter)national research facility founded by artists Stuart Bastik and Maddi Nicholson based in Barrow in Furness, Cumbria. The team of artists and archaeologists are offering a unique opportunity to rediscover the military heritage on the Northern end of Walney Island, Barrow in Furness and uncover the stories of Walney during the two World Wars.

    Date uploaded: August 20, 2014

  • In:Site Festival

    In:Site Festival returns to Birmingham City Centre for a fourth year this September and sees a new group of recent graduates transforming the outdoor space around the cathedral with an ambitious programme of craft ‘interventions’. A grant from the local John Feeney Charitable Trust has meant that, this year, 15 new temporary commissioned artworks will be created in the cathedral grounds.

    Date uploaded: August 20, 2014

  • Now you see me!

    NOW YOU SEE ME! is an International Public Art Short Film Competition, initiated by Artists for Public Art 1777 and their project partners. APA1777 have announced an open call for the submission of short films that will enable the general public to discover the world of Public art around them. The project aims to raise awareness of public art in urban life, to make works of Art more visible and to create a stronger affinity between the public and public Art.

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2014

  • Hollington & Kyprianou: The Castle

    Launching in association with Folkestone Fringe, Hoodwink’s new commission by artist duo Hollington & Kyprianou, populates the town’s Wilko Hardware Store to create an oddly different retail experience. While customers shop for homeware products, they might stumble upon subtle and less subtle interventions linking the history and practice of art production with that of home improvement. 'The Castle' is a shifting, changing homage to the everyday and ordinary of 2014, overlapping the language of the museum and gallery with that of the retail environment at the point where sculpture, product design and branding intersect.

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2014

  • Simon & Tom Bloor: Planning for Play

    For the next edition of Site Gallery's Platform residency programme, the artists Simon & Tom Bloor will be making a series of new sculptural works under the title of 'Planning for Play'. The works will be based on their ongoing research into children’s play-spaces and the legacy of the postwar urban landscape. Using the residency period as a live studio, the Bloors will create a series of works that take as a starting point architect Richard Dattner’s assertion that ‘Play is scope for action’.

    Date uploaded: August 6, 2014

  • After the Revolution, Who Will Clean Up the Mess?

    'After the Revolution, Who Will Clean Up the Mess?' is a new installation / event by British artist Ellie Harrison, which is completely contingent upon the result of the Referendum on Scottish Independence on the 18th of September 2014.

 The installation / event has been commission by Edinburgh Art Festival and Talbot Rice Gallery as part of the group exhibition, Counterpoint, and the 2014 Generation programme.

    Date uploaded: July 30, 2014

  • Secret Garden Project, Lewisham

    On Saturday the 20th of September 2014, UP Projects invites guests to join them to celebrate the end of the Secret Garden Project in Lewisham, with a day of free workshops and talks; as their 18 month programme draws to a close.

    Date uploaded: July 23, 2014

  • Breathe Harder

    Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents Breathe Harder, a new site-specific performance by Helen Benigson AKA Princess Bellsize Dollar, on Saturday the 2nd of August 2014. Breathe Harder explores ideas of weight, body and sculpture as five female weightlifters lift weights near Barbara Hepworth's, The Family of Man (1970).

    Date uploaded: July 16, 2014

  • This Is Not A Gateway - open submission

    This Is Not A Gateway has announced an open invitation for submissions for its 5th and final Festival. The Festival will be held at the Bishopsgate Institute in London, on the 1st and 2nd of November 2014.

    Date uploaded: July 16, 2014

  • Formal Interference: A Public Art Project in Firenze 2014

    Creative Assult Art Production Organisation (CAAPO) will present the documentation of an international public art programme, collectively entitled 'Formal Interference', at Arcade Cardiff, Queens Arcade, Cardiff from Thursday the 17th of July 2014, from 6pm to 8pm. Featuring a variety of new works by Kathryn Ashill, Lee Campbell, Jamie Davies, John O’Hare, Paul Rooney, Spazi Docili & Brychan Tudor and exploring themes of appropriation, contamination and corruption - the exhibition will be open from Thursday to Sunday each week, between the hours of 11am and 4pm, up until the 27th of July 2014.

    Date uploaded: July 16, 2014

  • 'A Bathymetric Atlas of the English Lake District' on show at Locus+

    'A Bathymetric Atlas of the English Lake District' is a book conceived and devised by Christian Barnes and commissioned by Locus+ which contains and reveals/conceals a three dimensional terrain model of the landscape beneath the surface of the principal water bodies of the English Lake District at their various altitudes. The exhibition will be on display by appointment at Locus+, Newcastle from the 17th to the 31st July 2014.

    Date uploaded: July 11, 2014

  • Hole Story - Open Call for Artists

    The Dig Collective have announced an open call for arts interested in engaging with and responding to a unique space in Hackney, East London: an 8sq metre cubic hole dug into the large garden of a property slated for imminent demolition.

    Date uploaded: July 11, 2014

  • Forestry Commission Residencies

    Antoine Bertin and Dawn Scarfe are artists in residence with the Forestry Commission England through their Sound and Music's Embedded programme. Both are presenting work from their residencies in London this week on Thursday the 3rd of July and Saturday 5th July respectively.

    Date uploaded: July 2, 2014

  • Gillian Wearing: We Are Here

    The New Art Gallery Walsall will present a new single-screen video work by British photographer and film-maker Gillian Wearing. The exhibition entitled 'We Are Here', is open daily on floor four of the gallery, from the 18th of July to the 12th of October 2014.

    Date uploaded: June 30, 2014

  • The Geometrical Determination of the Sunrise

    The New Art Gallery Walsall, presents the first solo exhibition in a public gallery by French artist Noémie Goudal. The exhibition, which comprises of new photographs (‘Observatoires’, ‘Satellites’, ‘Tectonique’) and stereoscopic images, entitled 'The Geometrical Determination of the Sunrise' will run from the 10th of July to the 14th of September 2014; and will see Goudal extend her photographic practice into the area of film and installation for the first time.

    Date uploaded: June 25, 2014

  • Longbridge Light Festival and Conference

    WERK (formerly EC Arts), in partnership with Birmingham City University and Birmingham City Council, are developing a one-day international conference to accompany this year’s Longbridge Festival of Light; which runs on the 24th and 25th of October 2014. The festival will include a variety of artists’ commissions, live events, workshops, participatory artworks and competitions, whilst the conference will include keynote speakers such as Jean-Francois Zurawik, the Director of Fete des Lumieres, Helen Marriage, the Director of Artichoke and Daan Roosegaarde, a Dutch artist and innovator.

    Date uploaded: June 25, 2014

  • The Gathering / Yr Helfa

    The Gathering / Yr Helfa is a new production by National Theatre Wales with Migrations and Louise Ann Wilson Co. This site-specific walking-performance will take place on the 12th to the 14th September 2014, at Hafod y Llan, Snowdonia and reveals the day-to-day and seasonal workings of a sheep farm located on the foot-hills of Snowdon. The performance will take participants on a circular journey that traces a six-kilometre route through the landscape and into the farm. As they walk they will experience artistic interventions that combine farming activities, visual installations, performance, poetry, music and sound.

    Date uploaded: June 25, 2014

  • Scene on a Navigable River

    Constable’s famous pastoral landscapes of rolling farmland, rivers and meadows are the setting for Scene on a Navigable River, a series of new live broadcast artworks, commissioned by Field Broadcast a live digital broadcasting platform led by artists Rebecca Birch and Rob Smith. New live artworks will be broadcast instantaneously to computers, tablets & mobile phones from the 9th to the 15th of July 2014.

    Date uploaded: June 23, 2014

  • North by Jonathan Wilkinson

    NORTH is a new exhibition by Sheffield artist Jonathan Wilkinson and brings together his most comprehensive collection of architectural artworks yet. Jonathan has worked with Artfelt, The Children’s Hospital Charity’s art programme, to bring this exhibition to Sheffield Children’s Hospital; which runs from the 13th June to the 5th October 2014.

    Date uploaded: June 23, 2014

  • Wick Session No: 19 - Values of Temporary Use

    The Wick Sessions are a series of talks, seminars and walks dedicated to Hackney Wick and its surrounding area, bringing together a wide range of voices and expertise. The sessions organised by R-Urban provide a public forum for debate and exchange, with the aim of creating a shared body of local knowledge around issues of bottom up and sustainable developments. The next in the series of talks takes place on Friday the 20th June 2014at 7pm at Swan Whalf, Fish Island, London.

    Date uploaded: June 18, 2014

  • Swing It! The Orangery, Wakefield

    The back garden of The Orangery, Wakefield has been transformed this summer by Swing It!, an interactive outdoor art installation commissioned by Beam and installed by the artists Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan. This new artwork for Wakefield offers a unique experience in the heart of the city, encouraging play, creativity, and inspiration. The launch event takes place on Thursday the 10th of June 2014, from 6pm to 8pm.

    Date uploaded: June 16, 2014

  • I'm Staying

    I’M STAYING is the first open commission of Bristol Biennial 2014: Crossing the Line, hosted by Arnolfini at the launch of Bristol Art Weekender. Shaun C Badham’s neon artwork will travel around the city for a two year period, addressing ideas of place and change, permanence and transition. I’M STAYING is a statement of both provocation and affirmation.

    Date uploaded: June 16, 2014

  • Folkestone Artworks Tour

    As part of this years Open Quarter event, visitors are welcomed to join Folkestone Triennial Public Programmes staff for two different special tours of the Folkestone Artworks Collection. Tours will take place on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd June 2014.

    Date uploaded: June 16, 2014

  • Katie Paterson / Future Library 2014-2114

    Scottish artist Katie Paterson has launched a 100-year artwork - Future Library - Framtidsbiblioteket - for the city of Oslo in Norway. A thousand trees have been planted in Nordmarka, a forest just outside Oslo, which will supply paper for a special anthology of books to be printed in one hundred years time. Between now and then, one writer every year will contribute a text, with the writings held in trust, unpublished, until 2114.

    Date uploaded: June 16, 2014

  • Anya Gallaccio's - Large scale photographic works installed at Snape Maltings and Orford Ness

    Anya Gallaccio has been commissioned by Aldeburgh Music and 14-18 NOW to create new works for SNAP 2014. These works are inspired by the early experiments in aerial photography and the air bombing tests that took place during World War One on Orford Ness.

    Date uploaded: June 16, 2014

  • The Right to Flight

    For the first ever solo art commission for the Bold Tendencies Summer Programme in the disused multi-storey car park in Peckham, artist and writer James Bridle will present 'The Right to Flight' launching a giant military balloon from the roof of the car park. Attached to the balloon will be a variety of payloads, from darknet routers to aerial cameras, with the results of its experiments shared publicly and online. The project will run from the 19th of June to the 21st of September 2014.

    Date uploaded: June 9, 2014

  • York Curiouser

    York Curiouser is placing new site-specific artworks in lesser-known parts of the city from the 14th of June to the 7th of July 2014. It comprises new works from leading artists from around the UK who have been inspired by the rich history of York.

    Date uploaded: June 4, 2014

  • U Hang open call

    Art Gene is now accepting applications for the U Hang @ Art Gene exhibition programme, offering artists the opportunity to hang their work in the public spaces of Art Gene's building to be seen by 2000+ people during a typical six-week run.

    Date uploaded: June 4, 2014

  • An English Landscape

    In collaboration with Media Space and The Science Museum, Art on the Underground present Trevor Paglen in conversation with Ossian Ward at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre, London - on Thursday 19th of June 2014, from 7pm to 8.30pm. The American artist comes together with Ossian Ward to discuss his new Art on the Underground commission An English Landscape (American Surveillance Base near Harrogate, Yorkshire) for Gloucester Road station in the context of his broader practice.

    Date uploaded: June 4, 2014

  • Installation openings at North West Cambridge Development

    North West Cambridge Development announce the June openings for new Art Installations by Tania Kovats - "One Billion Objects in Space" and Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie - 'Tomorrow, Today'.

    Date uploaded: May 30, 2014

  • 'I'd Hide You' at Sheffield Doc/Fest

    Blast Theory have announced that they will be back at Sheffield Doc/Fest this year for two nights of their online pervasive game, 'I'd Hide You'. This state of the art video streaming game of stealth, cunning and adventure will take place on Tuesday the 10th and Wednesday the 11th of June from 8pm to 11pm each evening.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2014

  • Clocking

    In Certain Places, in collaboration with Field Broadcast, invite you to interrupt and enliven your daily routine by registering for 'Clocking' - a series of live broadcasts, which will examine the emotional, physical and social effects of wage labour, through performance, animation and music. Broadcasts will be streamed live to your computer desktop from 12pm on Tuesday the 3rd June to 12pm on Wednesday 4th June 2014.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2014

  • LIFT 2014

    The London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT) returns to the capital from May 2014 for its 20th Anniversary year, with 30 productions from 13 countries; including live performances, art exhibitions and a Haitian-inspired funeral procession. Events take place on the streets, squares and promenades of London from Canning Town to Harlesden and major venues include the Barbican Centre, National Theatre, Southbank Centre and Institute of Contemporary Arts.

    Date uploaded: May 21, 2014

  • The Lost Japanese Gardens of Otley

    Working in collaboration with artist Harold Offeh, The Follies of Youth, a collective of young artists and curators, consider the cultural misconceptions resulting from the UK’s historic fascination with Japan. On Tuesday 27th May 2014 the 100-year old site of Otley’s Japanese garden will activate for an event, recalling the sites former spectacle and community. The event takes place in partnership with Otley Museum, The Japanese Garden Society and Yorkshire Gardens Trust.

    Date uploaded: May 19, 2014

  • The Floating Cinema 2014: Extra-International

    UP Projects have announced that The Floating Cinema 2014 will present a summer programme of events entiltled 'Extra-International' and devised by the artist duo Somewhere (Nina Pope and Karen Guthrie). It will focus on themes of migration, and the interpretation of the UK, its culture and its people through the experiences of other nationalities.

    Date uploaded: May 19, 2014

  • Simon Faithfull: Things

    'Things' is the fifth project realised by Hoodwink as part of its 3-year site-specific commissioning programme in the everyday places of Kent. Hidden amongst the frozen peas, tins of baked beans, fruit and veg, and deli counter of Morrisons Supermarket in Tunbridge Wells are 500 small books containing drawings of the transient, treasured, new and broken things in an artist’s life. Each book by Artist Simon Faithfull, awaits chance discovery by a shopper, an invitation to browse or buy for just a penny.

    Date uploaded: May 14, 2014

  • Figure Ground's Public Art Road Trip

    Figure Ground, an artist led organisation working within the public realm; have received funding from the Arts Council England to embark on a Public Art Road Trip. The trip will take place over the next two years and involve visiting and connecting emerging artist-led public art schemes, projects and initiatives around the UK.

    Date uploaded: May 12, 2014

  • Heathrow Apple Blossom Walk

    As part of the Haystacks series of events organised by Kathrin Böhm, the artist Kate Corder will be conductiong a tour to various orchards and apple related sites around London’s Heathrow area on Sunday 27th 2014 April, from 2 to 5pm.

    Date uploaded: April 22, 2014

  • Lost & Found, Grizedale Forest,

    Forest Art Works announces the launch of Lost & Found? an exhibition by Edwina fitzPatrick, which 

explores Grizedale Forest’s contribution to sited artwork over the last four decades, examining how the past and ongoing artwork might be revealed and disseminated through an ‘archive’. Running 12th April 2014 - 29th June 2014 at Grizedale Forest.

    Date uploaded: April 9, 2014

  • Glasgow Slow Down

    Glasgow Slow Down is a temporary public artwork and performance, by artist Jacqueline Donachie in collaboration with 100 cyclists creating a city-wide ribbon of colour, made by the cyclists drawing chalk lines as they travel slowly through Glasgow.The performance, a VELOCITY commission and part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme will take place on Sunday 13th April 2014.

    Date uploaded: April 9, 2014

  • HOUSE 2014 presents Yinka Shonibare MBE

    HOUSE, Brighton’s festival of visual art and domestic space, presents Yinka Shonibare MBE as the Invited Artist for its sixth edition, in co-commission with Brighton Festival 2014.

    Date uploaded: April 9, 2014

  • London Structural Sound Project

    Artist Florian Tuercke together with arebyte gallery intends to transform the area of Hackney Wick, East London and its surroundings, to one with the highest density of public microphones in the world. The project is participatory in its nature and invites the public to take a crucial part in its production through the distribution of the microphones thought out the vicinity of the gallery and in return offers an unheard experience of their local area and of the city of London in general.

    Date uploaded: April 9, 2014

  • Fort Walney Uncovered

    The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded Art Gene £97,400 to produce an art and archaeology project that will uncover and interpret a hidden piece of First World War history. Art Gene will lead the project that will involve members of the local community, students, digital artists, archaeologists, ecologists and naturalists.

    Date uploaded: March 31, 2014

  • UP Projects’ Floating Cinema returns

    UP Projects’ Floating Cinema returns to the waterways of London for 2014 with an ‘Extra-International’ programme supported by The Legacy List, the charity of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in partnership with the Canal & River Trust. The project will feature open air screening ‘Weekenders’, performances, talks, music, workshops and tours.

    Date uploaded: March 31, 2014

  • Find - County Mayo

    'FIND' is a series of temporary artworks, installations and events in and around the town of Castlebar, Co Mayo. The works, which are installed within walking distance of each, feature commissions by artists Ian Wieczorek, Amanda Rice, Chris Leach, Nuala Clarke, Alice Dixon and Joanna Hopkins. FIND will be launched on Saturday 29th of March 2014

    Date uploaded: March 26, 2014

  • Living Symphonies

    Living Symphonies is an ambitious piece of new music that grows in the same way as a forest ecosystem, portraying the second by-second activity of the forest’s wildlife, plants and atmospheric conditions.The project has been created by artist’s James Bulley and Daniel Jones and is delivered in partnership with Forestry Commission England and Sound and Music.

    Date uploaded: March 14, 2014

  • 'Care and Crisis' with Kim Trogal

    As part of the Haystacks series of events organised by Kathrin Böhm, Kim Trogal will present ‘Care and crisis: ethical economies in subsistence practices’, exploring questions around the emotional and ethical aspects of our economies. The talk will take place Thursday 20th March from 7pm to 9pm at the Open School East, London.

    Date uploaded: March 14, 2014

  • Cambridge School of Art - The Ruskin Gallery: The Golden Window

    As part of the Cambridge Science festival, Award-winning filmmaker Shreepali Patel (Cambridge School of Art) working in collaboration with Dr Topun Austin, (Consultant Neonatologist, Addenbrooke's Hospital), announce a talk and film screening of work entitled 'The Golden Window' on Tuesday 18th March 2014 at 7pm at Ruskin Gallery.

    Date uploaded: March 14, 2014

  • The Invisible City

    Artists Claudia Moseley & Edward Shuster are in the midst of a crowdfunding campaign for a new art project for Regent’s Park – The Invisible City. The project, which was inspired by the artists meeting up a tree, follows the success of the critically acclaimed TreeHouse Gallery (2009) and will consist of never-before-seen giant, treehouse pavilions as radical new platforms for public use. Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter are patrons of the project and some of London’s most exciting artists are involved including Bjork and Martyn Ware.

    Date uploaded: March 14, 2014

  • Palaces & Cabins

    Palaces & Cabins is a project instigated by OSR Projects for Salisbury Art Centre (SAC), bringing together a number of artists, curators and cultural producers to work as a collaborative group. It explores the intersection of public/private space with a focus on the architecture that stands between us, and brings us together.

    Date uploaded: March 14, 2014

  • Dunston Staiths Sonic, cinematic and lighting intervention

    Dunston Staiths, the monumental wooden structure on the River Tyne that was used for over a hundred years to ship coal worldwide, is the dramatic setting for DS30, an intervention by seminal industrial music group Test Dept, which brings this year’s AV Festival to a close. The group, in their first event in 17 years, are re-emerging to investigate their involvement in the Miners’ Strike of 1984-85. Thursday 27th March to Sunday 30th March 2014 at Dunston Staiths, Gateshead.

    Date uploaded: March 12, 2014

  • Liminal; Of This Parish

    The iconic Bath Abbey and its place in the geography and community in Bath is central to this powerful work by Liminal. The piece explores how The Abbey bells define the territory of a parish. Launch event Friday 4th April 2014 at The Stables, American Museum in Britain, Claverton Manor, Bath.

    Date uploaded: March 5, 2014

  • Thomas Hirschhorn: Gramsci Monument, an experience

    For the final Visual Cultures lecture of the 2013/2014 series, the Royal College of Art is pleased to welcome Thomas Hirschhorn to give an insight into his Gramsci Monument project, commissioned by Dia Art Foundation 2013. Melanie Jordan, Senior Tutor in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, London, will provide an introduction. Tuesday, 11 March, 6:30–8pm

    Date uploaded: March 5, 2014

  • Phytology

    Phytology, a NOMAD & Cape Farewell project supported by the Wellcome Trust and Arts Council England, brings artists and botanists together to explore the medicinal properties of plants that are common to derelict urban environments. Open the 26th April – 14th September 2014, Friday and Saturday, 10:00am – 5:00pm, or at other times by appointment at Bethnal Green Nature Reserve. Middleton Street, Bethnal Green, London E2 9RN.

    Date uploaded: March 3, 2014

  • Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia

    Foreground; a commissioning organisation established to develop contemporary arts projects in the South West of England, announce the launch of Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia, Saturday 22nd March, 3-6pm in Frome town centre. Featuring new art works made especially for Frome by leading British artists Simon & Tom Bloor, Peter Liversidge and Ruth Proctor.

    Date uploaded: February 26, 2014

  • The Ornamental Hermit

    As part of the Haystacks series of events organised by Kathrin Böhm, the artist, Barnaby Hosking, will be discussing a body of work inspired by a self-imposed hermit like residency entitled 'The Ornamental Hermit' on Thursday 6th March, from 7pm to 9pm at SE8 Gallery, London. This work has inspired a new exhibition by the artist called 'Habitat', which runs at SE8 Gallery from the 1st March to the 5th April 2014.

    Date uploaded: February 26, 2014

  • Edinburgh’s High School Yard Steps to be revived by innovative new project

    A set of steps in Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, closed off from the public for ten years, are to be repaired and revitalised with a series of improvements, including new gates and an art installation by renowned Edinburgh artist Callum Innes.

    Date uploaded: February 10, 2014

  • Future Camp

    Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridge has announced its first residency of 2014, Futurecamp. Artists will be invited to make new work and to contribute to a substantial talks and events programme that will explore different aspects of the future.

    Date uploaded: February 5, 2014

  • The Falklands Project, patagonian giants, penguins and landmines

    TAAK is organising an event about 'The Falklands Project' - and to launch the project's website - on Thursday 13th February 2014 in Amsterdam.

    Date uploaded: January 29, 2014

  • Wakefield Miniatures

    A new artwork has been installed at Westgate Station to celebrate Wakefield as a welcoming and creative city. Artists from the Studio of Cinematic Architecture (SOCA) designed the public artwork, which was commissioned by Wakefield Council and East Coast in association with Beam, as a complement to the new £8.5 million mainline station.

    Date uploaded: January 29, 2014

  • Nottingham Light Night

    Nottingham Light Night will take place on Friday 28th February. This is an opportunity to come to the city and see newly commissioned art works from emerging artists in the East Midlands.

    Date uploaded: January 29, 2014

  • Kara Walker’s First Large-Scale Public Project, Opens May 10 at Domino

    Creative Time have announced that Kara Walker’s First Large-Scale Public Project will be opening on May 10th 2014 at Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York.

    Date uploaded: January 22, 2014

  • Martina Lindqvist's 'The Absurdity of Greener Grass'

    Modus Operandi was delighted to announce the inauguration of a new public artwork at New Burlington Street, W1 in December 2013. 'The Absurdity of Greener Grass' is by photographer Martina Lindqvist and takes the form of a 30m by 15m building wrap, and will remain in place over the coming year whilst the New Burlington Street development is under construction.

    Date uploaded: January 22, 2014

  • Art Gene: Mapping Morecambe Bay

    'Mapping the Bay' is a new project launched by Art Gene’s artist/founder directors, Stuart Bastik and Maddi Nicholson, in December 2013. The mapping process forges links with communities and facilitates the development of an understanding of places and the people who live them, which is re-presented through artist-designed maps.

    Date uploaded: January 22, 2014

  • Art on the Underground and Film London’s FLAMIN launch ‘Urban Visionaries’ at Canary Wharf Screen

    Art on the Underground and Film London’s FLAMIN launch ‘Urban Visionaries’ at Canary Wharf Screen. Three parts of FLAMIN commissions will run until 13th April 2014.

    Date uploaded: January 22, 2014

  • Cheriton Light Festival 2014

    Strange Cargo are pleased to announce the second Cheriton Light Festival to be held over the weekend of the 22nd and 23rd February 2014. The town will be illuminated on each evening between 6pm and 9pm.

    Date uploaded: January 15, 2014

  • Marcus Coates' 'Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle'

    Workplace Gallery are delighted to present 'Vision Quest: A Ritual for Elephant & Castle' a film by Marcus Coates. The film will be shown at Workplace Gallery, Gateshead from 18th January until 22nd February 2014.

    Date uploaded: January 15, 2014

  • Launch Event: Secret Garden Project Lewisham

    UP Projects invite you to join artists Close and Remote for the launch of a new audio tour and interactive digital experience which is delivered directly to your smartphone!

    Date uploaded: January 15, 2014

  • 'Walk On' at mac, Birmingham

    The exhibition ‘Walk On’ will be on show at mac, Birmingham from Saturday 8th February until Sunday 30th March 2014. It is the first exhibition to examine the varied ways in which artists since the 1960s have undertaken a seemingly universal act – taking a walk – as their means to create new types of art.

    Date uploaded: January 13, 2014

  • Simon Hitchens' 'Unity'

    Simon Hitchens' sculpture, 'Unity', stands at the entrance to Urbanest’s landmark tower on the northern edge of the King’s Cross Central regeneration site.

    Date uploaded: December 18, 2013

  • The Miners' Hymns: Bill Morrison & Johann Johannsson's homage to the North East's mining communities

    'The Miners’ Hymns', Forma’s homage to the North East’s former coalmining communities, is returning for three special live performances, including the London premiere at the Barbican, and at Sage Gateshead as part of 'AV Festival 14: EXTRACTION'.

    Date uploaded: December 16, 2013

  • PEA’s new project – Public Art Erdington

    Public Art Erdington: Joanna Rajkowska has been commissioned by the Polish Expats Association to create a new public art work in Erdington.

    Date uploaded: December 16, 2013

  • Locky Morris' 'Dead On'

    Locky Morris' 'Dead On' opens on 14th December 2013. The dead elm tree in Brooke Park in Derry is a few hundred metres away from his current studio and it is this that he will focus on to make 'Dead On' - an artwork that incorporates sound and is centred around his immediate terrain.

    Date uploaded: December 11, 2013

  • Welcome to Happy Redoubt

    'Welcome to Happy Redoubt' will be opening its doors for the final time on the Sunday 15th December - so make sure you visit the marketplace and take part in the post-apocalyptic programme of events and workshops.

    Date uploaded: December 11, 2013

  • Here Comes Everybody - Close&Remote

    Close&Remote will be launching a new audio tour and interactive digital experience, delivered directly to your smartphone as a mobile app. The tour is set along the banks of the River Pool and is triggered by your location.

    Date uploaded: December 11, 2013

  • Good News From Nowhere

    'Good News From Nowhere' is a three week long exhibition and events programme which runs until 20th December at The Architecture Foundation in London. For this project, myvillages.org and Grizedale Arts will present an exhibition showcasing current projects and an accompanying events programme exploring new spatial concepts for the rural.

    Date uploaded: December 4, 2013

  • The Birthday Projects Party & Exhibition

    'The Birthday Projects' are a series of situations and installations by artist Lee Simmons, open on 10th and 11th December at Vibe Gallery in London.

    Date uploaded: November 27, 2013

  • Heinrich & Palmer's ‘Déjà vu’

    'Déjà vu', by artists Heinrich & Palmer, has been installed in the recently completed Ashgate Medical Practice in Chesterfield. The artwork is made up of a series of illuminated lenticular images which slowly transform and change as you walk past them, causing the landscape to ripple and flicker.

    Date uploaded: November 20, 2013

  • Heinrich & Palmer's 'Raison d'être'

    Heinrich & Palmer's recent residency at Mottisfont resulted in an installation 'Raison d'être' which will be in place until Easter 2014. Their residency was part of the project 'A Place for Art'.

    Date uploaded: November 20, 2013

  • 'passtheparcel' at Brooklands Farm Primary School

    'passtheparcel' at Brooklands Farm Primary School - an art project for the Milton Keynes Eastern Expansion Area by Walter Jack Studio.

    Date uploaded: November 20, 2013

  • Simon Pope's 'A Song, A Dance and a New Stannary Parliament'

    'A Song, A Dance and a New Stannary Parliament' is a new commission by artist Simon Pope who is working with people living in the Dartmoor area. Using the medium of folk music, Pope hopes to uncover contemporary attitudes to land and environment amongst those who live and work on the land.

    Date uploaded: November 20, 2013

  • Jerwood Open Forest - Amanda Loomes Profile

    Amanda Loomes is one of five artists shortlisted for the inaugural Jerwood Open Forest. Amanda's work examines forestry processes and the life cycle of timber, drawing attention to the contemporary working forest.

    Date uploaded: November 11, 2013

  • Formal Interference: A CAAPO Public Art Project

    'Formal Interference': A CAAPO Public Art Project which aims to resist and challenge the legitimacy of an aestheticizing rhetoric that can be insidiously authoritative.

    Date uploaded: November 6, 2013

  • Happy Redoubt Exhibition

    UP Projects’ latest venture is “Welcome to Happy Redoubt” by Juneau Projects, commissioned by King’s Cultural Institute, and is running until Saturday 14 December at Inigo Rooms, Somerset House, London.

    Date uploaded: November 6, 2013

  • Louise O'Reilly at Borde Hill Garden

    Louise O'Reilly was artist in residence at Borde Hill Garden in West Sussex during August and September and asked to create work in response to an archive of letters.

    Date uploaded: November 6, 2013

  • Geraldine Pilgrim's 'TOYNBEE'

    Geraldine Pilgrim comes to Artsadmin's home at Toynbee Studios to work on an new site-specific promenade performance. Presented during Spitalfields Winter Festival in December, TOYNBEE will be a journey around two historic buildings, celebrating the social, political and artistic significance of Toynbee Hall and Studios.

    Date uploaded: October 30, 2013

  • Fruit for the Apocalypse: 'Surrealist Taxi'

    Fruit for the Apocalypse's 'Surrealist Taxi' is exclusively available in the London Borough of Camden for Camden New Wave from 25th October until 3rd November 2013.

    Date uploaded: October 28, 2013

  • James Turrell’s 'The Color Inside'

    A new permanent Skyspace, James Turrell’s 'The Color Inside', has just opened on the rooftop garden of the Student Activity Center at The University of Texas at Austin. The work was commissioned by Landmarks, the University's public art programme.

    Date uploaded: October 28, 2013

  • Bob & Roberta Smith: Make Your Own Flag

    This is a unique City of Culture chance to work with Bob and Roberta Smith, the prolific and prodigious Art Party founder, broadcaster and painter, in an all day workshop in art and empowerment to Make Your Own Damn Flag.

    Date uploaded: October 28, 2013

  • Antoine Bertin - Embedded in the Forest

    Over the past 18 months, Sound Artist Antoine Bertin has been travelling from cities to Forestry Commission sites, exploring where our relationship with forests begins and where it ends through listening at the edges of the forest. He is one of two 'Embedded' Artists in Residence with Forestry Commission England.

    Date uploaded: October 21, 2013

  • Division of Labour presents 'The 2nd Ned James Festival of Women's Werk'

    Division of Labour presents 'The 2nd Ned James Festival of Women's Werk' in the Artists Space at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum from 21st September - 16th November 2013.

    Date uploaded: October 21, 2013

  • Dawn Scarfe - Embedded in the Forest

    Sound Artist Dawn Scarfe has been 'Embedded' Artist in Residence with Forestry Commission England over the past 18 months, exploring England's Public Forest Estate by rambling and sleeping in over 20 forests and woodlands. She has investigated how listening produces a sense of scale, distance and duration by focusing on different 'voices' dispersed through forests.

    Date uploaded: October 14, 2013

  • 'Curating Sound': Performance

    A live acoustic performance by experimental musician and saxophonist John Butcher who responds to the unusual architecture of the Park Tunnel.

    Date uploaded: October 14, 2013

  • Centre For Innovative and Radical Fishmongery (CIRF)

    Division of Labour are proud to present 'Centre For Innovative and Radical Fishmongery (CIRF)' at Sluice art fair, London on 19th & 20th October.

    Date uploaded: October 9, 2013

  • Something Human at The Terminal

    Something Human at The Terminal is a three-day durational live art project created by Something Human for PUSH 2013. From Friday 25th to Sunday 27th October 2013, The Terminal unfolds between and within a three-storey warehouse in Bermondsey, a hostel in London Bridge, and their immediate surrounds where ten international artists from different backgrounds, will live and make performance together, under constant surveillance and restrictive conditions.

    Date uploaded: October 2, 2013

  • Transporter

    Artist Harold Offeh and young people aged 11 to 19 years, from Canalside Activity Centre, part of Epic CiC and Baraka Youth Association, have worked together on 'Transporter', a project to mark the 150th anniversary of London Underground.

    Date uploaded: October 2, 2013

  • Juneau Projects' 'Cardboard Wars'

    Juneau Projects' 'Cardboard Wars' was a new commission for LOCWS International's 'Art Across The City 2013'. Taking place in in Singleton Park on 21st September 2013, twenty four warriors in homemade cardboard armour tested their strength in a non-contact conkers-style tournament.

    Date uploaded: September 30, 2013

  • 38 Hoe Street

    38 Hoe Street is a new project space for the delivery and showcasing of a series of improvements for Walthamstow Town Centre and Hoe Street and encouraging the street to become a place for events and activities.

    Date uploaded: September 30, 2013

  • 'Under The Streets' by Revive Urban Arts

    On Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th October, R.U.A (Revive Urban Arts) and Graffiti Artists 2 Hire will be transforming the Kirkgate underpasses in Wakefield city centre into a thriving bright friendly zone with a unique urban transformation twist.

    Date uploaded: September 30, 2013

  • Lucy + Jorge Orta: 'What We Sow: 70 x 7 The Meal, act XXXIV'

    To mark its 30th anniversary, Mural Arts has organised the 'What We Sow' program, and have invited Lucy + Jorge Orta to culminate this project 'with '70X7 The Meal, act XXXIV', a visual and performance art piece which will gather people around a communal table to engage in conversation about the issues of heirloom foods and their role in creating a healthier food system.

    Date uploaded: September 30, 2013

  • Studio Myerscough's 'The Pavilion'

    Studio Myerscough's 'The Pavilion' acts a billboard for the Discovery Season to launch the new Library of Birmingham.

    Date uploaded: September 25, 2013

  • Two Cones for Whittle Square

    Walter Jack has installed a 'work of craft' - 'Two Cones for Whittle Square' - in Brockworth, Gloucester.

    Date uploaded: September 23, 2013

  • INTERZONE, Aberdeen

    SMART Consultants present six inflatable sculptures, including two new commissions by Glasgow-based visual artist Iain Kettles. The artworks will be sited across Aberdeen city centre during the last weekend in September.

    Date uploaded: September 18, 2013

  • My Neck of the Woods

    Have you ever wandered into a strange part of the city? Created by Blast Theory, 'My Neck Of The Woods' is a glimpse into real life stories from the streets of Manchester.

    Date uploaded: September 18, 2013

  • BC SYSTEM: Public Work Solutions +44 (0) 7971 182 209

    Latest news from Situations: Under the moniker BC System, Jack Brindley and Lucas Clayton will be offering their services as public art providers over the next two months with a cumulative series of public art proposals for the city of Bristol. Their first proposition is to offer Bristol residents the chance to be tattooed permanently with the word ‘Forever’.

    Date uploaded: September 16, 2013

  • Sounding The River

    'Sounding the River' will be taking place from 3rd-6th October - a spectacular night time journey of sound and light along the River Rea. The performance will be begin at the mac, Birmingham.

    Date uploaded: September 16, 2013

  • Carmine Mauro Daprile's 'The Moon'

    In Between Time are launching 'The Moon' - a series of works by Italian photographer Carmine Mauro Daprile which will be installed on billboards from 23rd September - 7th October on the Bath Road, Bristol.

    Date uploaded: September 11, 2013

  • Terry Perk and Julian Rowe's 'Catoptromancy'

    Hoodwink are launching Terry Perk and Julian Rowe's large-scale kaleidoscopic intervention 'Catoptromancy' in Ashford, Kent on Tuesday 17th September.

    Date uploaded: September 9, 2013

  • Heather & Ivan Morison: 'Black Pleasure'

    'Black Pleasure’ is the new public space within Eastside Projects, by artists Heather & Ivan Morison, formed from the meeting and merging of two of the artists’ long term, large scale artworks – ‘Pleasure Island’ and ‘Black Cloud’.

    Date uploaded: September 9, 2013

  • Ackroyd and Harvey's 'Cunningham'

    Void gallery is pleased to present the first public artwork in Northern Ireland by internationally renowned artists Ackroyd and Harvey: 'Cunningham'. This temporary public installation will be onsite at the Cunningham Building, Ebrington, Derry~Londonderry from 15th September until 27th October.

    Date uploaded: September 9, 2013

  • Carnaby Echoes

    'Carnaby Echoes' is a is a major new intervention for London: a multi-platform commission by artist Lucy Harrison featuring an innovative app, an embedded trail, a pop-up exhibition and a book. It was commissioned by Shaftesbury PLC and curated by Futurecity.

    Date uploaded: September 4, 2013

  • History Rising

    'History Rising' is a subversive and engaging study of museum display in East Anglia. Viewers and participants are invited to reconsider their view of history by looking at the mechanisms museums put in place to create a sense of order and hierarchy within their collections.

    Date uploaded: September 4, 2013

  • Louise Ann Wilson Company: Fissure

    Louise Ann Wilson Company's 'Fissure' (2011) will be exhibited as part of World Stage Design 2013 at the Royal Welsh School of Music and Drama in Cardiff between the 5th - 15th September 2013.

    Date uploaded: September 4, 2013

  • A new Route Map has been designed by Art Gene

    Join Art Gene to celebrate the publication of 'Seldom Seen Map: No.1 The Islands of Barrow', an artist-designed map which suggests a series of tour routes across the Islands of Barrow and illustrates their rich diversity through points of interest.

    Date uploaded: September 4, 2013

  • Mariele Neudecker: For Now We See

    Mariele Neudecker's 'For Now We See' is being exhibited as part of the British Science Festival 2013 in the interior of St Thomas’ Church, Newcastle, from 7th-12th September. A series of video installations turn the building into a portal to the undiscovered, impenetrable and mysterious places hidden within the world’s deepest oceans thousands of metres beneath the surface.

    Date uploaded: September 4, 2013

  • Adam Chodzko: Rising

    Adam Chodzko's 'Rising' is his first radio broadcast in which he worked with film and television sound designer Tim Barker and actress Gretchen Egolf. 'Rising' imagines an extraordinary, waterlogged, dreamlike future in which Great North Run participants have adapted both physically and psychologically to a semi-aquatic environment brought about through flash flooding and rising water levels as a result of climate change.

    Date uploaded: September 4, 2013

  • Richard Harris at Westonbirt Arboretum

    Renowned artist and sculptor Richard Harris was commissioned earlier this year to create a sculpture celebrating one of Britain’s oldest trees – the historic 2000 Year Old Lime at the Forestry Commission’s National Arboretum at Westonbirt.

    Date uploaded: September 2, 2013

  • Phonography in the forest - Patrick Farmer

    Grizedale Forest has welcomed the return of experimental sound artist and composer Patrick Farmer. Patrick’s visit is part of an extended residency focussing on his prolonged interaction with the forest environment.

    Date uploaded: September 2, 2013

  • ‘Trees and Scooters’ – created by Richard William Wheater

    On Saturday 7th September, Wakefield-based artist Richard William Wheater will be creating ‘Trees and Scooters’ – a procession of scooters through Wakefield city centre, each flying a huge flag with the image of a different tree.

    Date uploaded: September 2, 2013

  • Katie Paterson: Second Moon

    Locus+ are proud to announce 'Second Moon', a new year-long commission with Katie Paterson, that launches on the 8th September 2013.

    Date uploaded: September 2, 2013

  • UP Projects' new 'Floating Cinema' is now launched

    UP Projects' brand new 'Floating Cinema' has now launched and the events are on sale!

    Date uploaded: August 14, 2013

  • WARP Contemporary Art Platform presents Coup de Ville in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

    'Coup de Ville' is an exhibition and city festival of contemporary art taking place from 13th September until 13th October 2013 in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.

    Date uploaded: August 14, 2013

  • 'Harris Flights' at Harris Museum & Art Gallery

    'Harris Flights', 17th August - 15th September, has been commissioned by In Certain Places who have worked with Research Design to create a new temporary staircase, which invites people to move directly from Preston's Flag Market into the heart of the Harris Museum & Art Gallery through its front door on the first floor and visa versa, experiencing the neo classical, grade 1 listed building in an entirely new way.

    Date uploaded: August 14, 2013

  • The Salon: a public art project for St Peter's Square, Leicester

    The Salon is a public art project for St Peter's Square, Leicester. An empty hair salon has been occupied, with the intention to create temporary site specific responses to the shopping centre and the project brief.

    Date uploaded: August 7, 2013

  • Bob and Roberta Smith at the Kilkenny Arts Festival

    Kilkenny Arts Festival and Butler Gallery present BOB AND ROBERTA SMITH: 'Art Makes Children Powerful', curated by Josephine Kelliher & Anna O'Sullivan. The Kilkenny Arts Festival runs from 9th August until 18th August 2013.

    Date uploaded: August 7, 2013

  • Simon Ryder - Cabinet of Local Change

    Artist Simon Ryder (artNucleus) was commissioned by Carolyn Black (Flow Contemporary Arts) to create a ‘cabinet’ in some form that could be used to reflect upon changes in the nature of the Forest of Dean, inspired by his own research in this forest and through engagement with local Community Library users. The cabinet will make its first appearance on Thursday 29th August 2013 – Mitcheldean Library at 2.30pm and Newnham on Severn Library at 6pm.

    Date uploaded: August 5, 2013

  • Bearpits+Landmines by Anna Best - Launched at WOMAD

    Artlands and Anna Best present 'Bearpits+Landmines' - a computer game for i-phone and web in collaboration with digital production company Mudlark, which was launched at WOMAD from 25th-28th July 2013.

    Date uploaded: July 31, 2013

  • Announcing the first in a series of Labyrinth Events

    Mike Ashworth, Design & Heritage Manager at London Underground, leads a tour of the architect Charles Holden’s iconic 1930s Tube stations at the northern end of the Piccadilly line on Saturday 19th August.

    Date uploaded: July 31, 2013

  • UP Projects Secret Garden Project

    UP Projects' 'Secret Garden Project' launches a series of artist commissions, talks and events this summer, exploring the parklands that border the Rivers Pool and Ravensbourne as they navigate the London Borough of Lewisham.

    Date uploaded: July 22, 2013

  • Harris Flights: Stairway to the Arts

    In Certain Places and Research Design have created an architectural intervention - a temporary staircase known as the 'Harris Flights' that will transform the façade of the Harris Museum & Art Gallery in Preston.

    Date uploaded: July 17, 2013

  • Anna Barriball, Snowflakes

    'Snowflakes' by Anna Barriball is a new permanent public artwork for Oasis Academy John Williams, Bristol. It was produced in collaboration with the staff and students at the Academy, and is part of the city’s Building Schools for the Future programme.

    Date uploaded: July 10, 2013

  • Lucy + Jorge Orta at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

    On July 20th 2013, a presentation of new and recent work by Lucy + Jorge Orta opens in the Longside Gallery at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The exhibition runs until 3rd November.

    Date uploaded: July 8, 2013

  • Sculpture Shock residency: Amy Sharrocks' 'Season for Falling'

    The Royal British Society of Sculptors invites you to the culmination of the second Sculpture Shock residency and to participate in Amy Sharrocks' 'Season for Falling'.

    Date uploaded: July 8, 2013

  • Revolutions 15-17: Forward Back Together by Simon Pope

    'Forward Back Together' is a new commission by artist Simon Pope relating to the most controversial public artwork to be located in Birmingham's city centre, Raymond Mason's 'Forward' statue.

    Date uploaded: July 4, 2013

  • Why is this tree different from all other trees?

    Konstantin Dimopoulos' 'The Blue Trees' are sited at Festival Gardens, St Paul's Cathedral; Devonshire Square; and St Mary Aldermanbury Square as part of the City of London Festival 2013.

    Date uploaded: July 4, 2013

  • Haystack03 - with Elisabeth Meyer-Renschhausen and Nina Pope

    'Haystack03' with Elisabeth Meyer-Renschhausen and Nina Pope, is taking place at Abbey Gardens on Bakers Row in Stratford on Saturday 6th July at 4pm.

    Date uploaded: July 4, 2013

  • Leysdown Rose-tinted

    'Leysdown Rose-tinted' was a project managed and curated by FrancisKnight on behalf of Swale Borough Council, which aimed – through an ongoing process of community engagement and a series of artist commissions – to revitalise Leysdown-on-Sea.

    Date uploaded: July 4, 2013

  • EMSCHERKUNST.2013

    'EMSCHERKUNST' is an exhibition of international artists in public space in Germany’s Ruhr region, along the Emscher Tiver. For the 2013 exhibition, over 30 installations and interventions are on display along the banks of the river.

    Date uploaded: July 1, 2013

  • Leandro Erlich: Dalston House

    Argentine artist Leandro Erlich has been commissioned by the Barbican to create a new installation in Dalston.

    Date uploaded: July 1, 2013

  • Bold Tendencies 2013

    'Bold Tendencies 2013', Peckham's non-profit summertime commissioning project, opens on 30th June.

    Date uploaded: June 24, 2013

  • Hortus: an audio-installation by LIFT at Dalston East Curve Garden

    LIFT is presenting 'Hortus' from 17th-22nd June, an interactive audio installation which processes data drawn from a living garden using algorithms from the financial market into a sonic landscape - depicting our impact upon the natural world.

    Date uploaded: June 17, 2013

  • 34 Bristols: 5th–7th July 2013

    '34 Bristols' is a collective attempt to consider our relationship to faraway places. Over the weekend of 5th-7th July, thirty four artists will create thirty four new works across Bristol, each considering their relationship to one of its distant namesakes.

    Date uploaded: June 17, 2013

  • Anne Deeming: i didn't see you there

    Hand in Glove are delighted to announce the launch of their Public Realm Commission project 'i didn’t see you there' by Bristol-based artist Anne Deeming. Deeming will site 12 new sculptures on street furniture around the Redcliffe area of central Bristol.

    Date uploaded: June 12, 2013

  • Barnaby 2013, Macclesfield

    'Barnaby 2013' presents an exciting and contemporary visual arts programme including new site specific commissions by Brass Art, Rachel Goodyear and Liz West.

    Date uploaded: June 5, 2013

  • Two Degrees 17-22 June: A biennial festival of art and climate change

    Artsadmin presents 'Two Degrees', a biennial festival of art and climate change which takes place from 17th – 22nd June 2013 at Toynbee Studios and other locations around East London.

    Date uploaded: June 5, 2013

  • Middlesbrough Modern Beehives @ mima

    'Middlesbrough Modern Beehives' by Cath Keay, will be on display in the atrium at mima (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art) from 6th June until 19th June 2013.

    Date uploaded: May 29, 2013

  • Neville Gabie: Achiltibuie Residency

    Artist Neville Gabie has been working with Inverness Old Town Art and the community in Achiltibuie on the North West coast of Scotland - where he has been Artist in Residence.

    Date uploaded: May 29, 2013

  • Deposition at Tremough

    'Deposition' (2013), by Alex Murdin and ruralrecreation, is part of 'Confluence 2013'. It is open to all can be found outside the Peter Lanyon building, Tremough Campus, Penryn, from 1st to 30th June 2013.

    Date uploaded: May 29, 2013

  • Red Herrings and Chinese Whispers

    'Red Herrings and Chinese Whispers' will take place over the May bank holiday weekend - from 25th-27th May 2013. Lincoln Art Programme are bringing new artists commissions to Lincoln alongside artists' films, talks and one off events.

    Date uploaded: May 13, 2013

  • The Ark by Beth Derbyshire

    Beth Derbyshire's 'The Ark' is a moving sculpture comprising a wooden structure resembling the typical terraced housing of Pennine Lancashire, placed upon a narrow boat. The boat will be travelling along the Leeds – Liverpool canal from 23rd May – 8th June 2013.

    Date uploaded: May 13, 2013

  • ‘Across the Buildings’ by Felice Varini

    ‘Across the Buildings’ by Felice Varini is the third part of RELAY, the public art program at King’s Cross, and will run from May until October 2013.

    Date uploaded: May 13, 2013

  • Juneau Projects: Blackbird in Infospace

    'Blackbird in Infospace' is the outcome of Juneau Projects’ three month period of research in Worcester in the early months of 2013.

    Date uploaded: May 8, 2013

  • Keith Wilson work is the second Sparked exhibition

    Keith Wilson's exhibition as part of the 'Sparked' series at The View Tube near Pudding Mill Lane opened on 18th April and runs until 19th June 2013. 'Sparked' is part of the View Tube’s Art Programme and is designed to help you find out about the local, national and international artists that have made permanent artworks in the future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

    Date uploaded: May 8, 2013

  • Revolutions 06-09: Hold Your Ground, Vivid Projects

    Coming up next at Vivid Projects is 'Revolutions 06-09: Hold Your Ground', which opens on 9th May featuring a major new film by artists Karen Mirza and Brad Butler alongside songs, interviews and street art from artists, filmmakers and activists in Cairo.

    Date uploaded: May 8, 2013

  • A Million Minutes

    Artists, performers, writers, makers and musicians are bringing their practise and processes to the streets in Archway and Finsbury Park for 'A Million Minutes'.

    Date uploaded: May 8, 2013

  • Public Domestic by Emma Smith at Loughborough University

    On Sunday 26th May, Emma Smith will present a performative installation entitled 'Public Domestic' at The Cayley Dining Hall, Loughborough University between 2pm - 5pm, commissioned by Radar at Loughborough University.

    Date uploaded: May 8, 2013

  • David Rowan - Pacha Kuti Ten

    David Rowan's 'Pacha Kuti Ten' is showing at the New Art Gallery Walsall from 10th May until 21st July 2013.

    Date uploaded: May 8, 2013

  • Robyn Woolston's ‘Watchtree’ has been installed on the banks of Ullswater

    A new contemporary artwork by Liverpool Art Prize winner Robyn Woolston has been installed on the banks of Ullswater. ‘Watchtree’ (2013) is one of a series of new artworks on display in trees and woodland across the Eden Valley in Cumbria, as part of Eden Arts’ CANOPY exhibition.

    Date uploaded: April 24, 2013

  • Lucy + Jorge Orta's 'Cloud | Metéoros' at St Pancras International

    Lucy + Jorge Orta unveiled their monumental work 'Cloud | Metéoros' at St Pancras International on 18th April 2013.

    Date uploaded: April 24, 2013

  • Foghorn Requiem: offshore near Souter Lighthouse, South Shields

    On June 22nd 2013, 'Foghorn Requiem' which has been devised by artists Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway will take place offshore near Souter Lighthouse, South Shields.

    Date uploaded: April 15, 2013

  • 'Instinct’: a new permanent public art work for Ballina Riverside Walkway

    'Instinct’ - a new sculpture for Ballina riverside walkway by artist Rachel Joynt, commissioned by Mayo County Council.

    Date uploaded: April 15, 2013

  • Encounters 'One-Off' projects

    Encounters design and deliver a diverse range of One-Off creative interventions ranging in time from a few hours to six months and in scope from a small participatory activity through to a multi-layered project.

    Date uploaded: April 10, 2013

  • Liam Curtin's Meccano Bridge opens in Bolton

    A giant "Meccano-style" footbridge in Bolton, Greater Manchester - designed by artist Liam Curtin - was officially opened on Saturday 6th April 2013. The £90,000 steelwork bridge crosses the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal at Nob End in Little Lever, Bolton.

    Date uploaded: April 10, 2013

  • Save the Date: Red Herrings and Chinese Whispers 2013

    Join Lincoln Art Programme over the May bank holiday weekend for a programme of artist commissions, riverbank talks, and public events in response to the Brayford Pool island and its surrounding waters.

    Date uploaded: April 3, 2013

  • Latest News from Art on the Underground

    Latest News from Art on the Underground in their 150th anniversary year: Mark Wallinger's 'Labyrinth'; current Tube map cover 'Petrobras [Rio]' by Sarah Morris; and 'Rewrap' by Jacqueline Poncelet.

    Date uploaded: April 3, 2013

  • Lucy + Jorge Orta: Le Chemin des Fées - Spirits of the Huveaune

    In honor of Marseille-Provence 2013 European Capital of Culture and Fondation de France’s Nouveaux commanditaire, Lucy + Jorge Orta present 'Le Chemin des Fées - Spirits of the Huveaune', a 30km parcours of five sculptures that map the presence of the Huveaune coastal river from the massif of Sainte Baume to the ancient port of Marseille, Massilia. Three new Spirits will be unveiled on 6th April 2013.

    Date uploaded: March 27, 2013

  • Vivid Projects: Revolution 04: Birmingham Arts Lab Sessions

    Vivid Projects: 'Revolution 04: Birmingham Arts Lab Sessions' is running from Thursday 28th - Saturday 30th March, from 12-5pm, at Vivid Projects, Birmingham. There will be a performance by Sarah Angliss on Saturday 30th March at 7pm.

    Date uploaded: March 27, 2013

  • Fierce Start Party 2013: Birmingham, Saturday 27th April

    Saturday 17th April 1-5pm, Fierce Start Party: Fierce Directors Laura McDermott and Harun Morrison introduce the coming festival via a pop-up one-day long exhibition with contributions by Fierce Festival 2013 artists.

    Date uploaded: March 25, 2013

  • Patrick Staff – A Factory As It Might Be (Bournville)

    'A Factory as it Might Be' is an exhibition and ongoing research project conceived by artist Patrick Staff. The project takes William Morris' eponymous 1884 text on the re-imagining of the factory, and Colin Ward's response in 'The Factory We Never Had' (1994), as points of departure for reflexively examining contemporary sites of production, education and social space, and the intersections between industry and leisure, performance and congregation. International Project Space (IPS) is a non-profit contemporary arts organisation situated on the Bournville campus of the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design

    Date uploaded: March 25, 2013

  • Vivid Projects: Revolution 03: Oh To Be In England

    'Revolution 03: Oh To Be In England' is coming up on Friday 22nd March, 6pm and Saturday 23rd March, 12-5pm at Vivid Projects, Birmingham.

    Date uploaded: March 20, 2013

  • CANOPY tree art project

    Cumbrian based arts organisation Eden Arts are co-ordinating an outdoor visual art project and exhibition for 2013 – CANOPY. Commissioned and publicly made artworks will be exhibited in trees across the Eden District, including new work by 2012 Liverpool Art Prize winner Robyn Woolston.

    Date uploaded: March 6, 2013

  • Open Charter Agency - From Venice Biennale 2013 to RIBA, London

    Public works in collaboration with Urban Projects Bureau and Owen Pritchard are launching: 'Open Charter Agency' at the Royal Institute of British Architects from 27th February until 27th April 2013.

    Date uploaded: February 27, 2013

  • Thrift Radiates Happiness

    'Thrift Radiates Happiness' is the first contemporary arts exhibition to be held at the Municipal Bank in central Birmingham from Friday 15th March until Sunday 17th March 2013.

    Date uploaded: February 27, 2013

  • LIFT in Derry~Londonderry for City of Culture 2013

    In two weeks, LIFT will be delivering a programme of activity in Derry~Londonderry, as part of the UK City of Culture 2013.

    Date uploaded: February 20, 2013

  • ‘Voyage’ by Aether & Hemera: A Journey into Imagination

    'Voyage' by Aether & Hemera is an interactive installation at Canary Wharf consisting of three hundred floating paper boats which will be on display until 15th February 2013.

    Date uploaded: February 13, 2013

  • Borrowed Landscape - part of the Artefact Festival in Leuven, Belgium

    'Borrowed Landscape', by Heine Avdal and Yukiko Shinozaki, consists of a series of location-inspired performances set in diverse private and public spaces. It will be taking place on 20th-23rd February 2013 as part of the Artefact Festival in Leuven, Belgium.

    Date uploaded: February 13, 2013

  • 2013 Void Off-site projects: Derry~Londonderry City of Culture 2013

    During 2013 Void will bring leading international artists to Derry, extending activities beyond Patrick Street, creating a number of installations within the public realm (Void Sites).

    Date uploaded: February 13, 2013

  • Black Maria by Richard Wentworth: 13th February-12th March 2013

    'Black Maria' is a new commission by British artist Richard Wentworth working in collaboration with GRUPPE, an emerging Swiss architectural practice. For four weeks the Black Maria timber structure will inhabit the atrium which joins the historic Granary Building with the new central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

    Date uploaded: February 11, 2013

  • Second chance to experience 'The Gates of Paradise'

    Don't miss your second chance to experience 'The Gates of Paradise', an audio artwork and performance by Collaborative Space which will take place in Preston on Wednesday 27th February 2013.

    Date uploaded: February 11, 2013

  • Cheriton Light Festival, Folkestone

    Come and experience the Cheriton Light Festival which will take place in Folkestone on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th February 2013 - a weekend festival of light and fire.

    Date uploaded: February 11, 2013

  • Simon Faithfull launches 'Fake Moon' and 'Shy Fountain' in Bristol

    Simon Faithfull launches 'Fake Moon' and 'Shy Fountain' in Bristol from 14th/15th February 2013. In April, 'Wanderings' will open at ICIA in Bath.

    Date uploaded: February 6, 2013

  • Empty Nest by Hilary Jack

    'Empty Nest' by artist Hilary Jack is on display in the grounds of Compton Verney from 23rd March until 15th December 2013.

    Date uploaded: February 6, 2013

  • BMW Tate Live: Suzanne Lacy's 'Silver Action'

    Tate Modern presents a new participatory artwork by artist Suzanne Lacy that deals with two key themes in public discourse - ageing and activism - in relation to the specific role of women in recent history in shaping the public agenda.

    Date uploaded: January 30, 2013

  • Open to the Public: by Katja van Driel and Wouter Osterholt

    ‘Open to the Public’ is an art project and platform that maps vacant and underused buildings in Preston city centre, aiming to challenge the way the city is looked at.

    Date uploaded: January 30, 2013

  • Tony Oursler's 'The Influence Machine' at Tate Modern

    Tony Oursler's immersive installation 'The Influence Machine' (2000) will haunt the Tate Modern riverscape for four nights in February.

    Date uploaded: January 28, 2013

  • Homebaked Bakery presents 'The Sphinx and the Books'

    Homebaked Bakery presents 'The Sphinx and the Books': an intimate piece of autobiographical performance by North Liverpool based artist Lorena Rivero de Beer.

    Date uploaded: January 28, 2013

  • Void: Artists Gardens: Derry~Londonderry City of Culture 2013

    Void will extend its activities to various locations around the city and its hinterland in the form of ‘Void Sites’ a brand new initiative consisting of three major off site projects: Artists Gardens, Resonance FM and Terminal Convention.

    Date uploaded: January 21, 2013

  • The Shirt Factory: Derry~Londonderry City of Culture 2013

    Led by artist Rita Duffy, ‘The Shirt Factory’ is a socially engaged project that aims to explore the legacy of shirt making and female labour in the city as a contemporary art experience. This year-long project will work with individuals stitching together a range of themes: history, gender roles, economics and globalization, presenting these as public art events in the style of a pop up museum housed in a former shirt factory in the city.

    Date uploaded: January 21, 2013

  • David Blandy's 'Shack' installed at Wysing

    The original shack from Blandy’s touring exhibition has been installed permanently at Wysing and will be used for future artists’ residencies and events.

    Date uploaded: January 21, 2013

  • 4th This Is Not A Gateway Festival

    Join the 4th This Is Not A Gateway Festival at The Bishopsgate Institute as hundreds of people come together to tackle The Urban Industry and its Post Critical Condition through a number of critical strands.

    Date uploaded: January 16, 2013

  • In Visible - Rob Olins: [email protected] Public Art Award

    As part of [email protected] Public Art Award, the Royal British Society of Sculptors is set to be transformed by sculptor Rob Olins' work, 'In Visible'.

    Date uploaded: January 14, 2013

  • Mike Nelson: M6, Eastside Projects, Birmingham

    Eastside Projects in Birmingham presents 'M6', a new commission by Mike Nelson, an alteration of the main gallery using materials from the M6 motorway.

    Date uploaded: January 9, 2013

  • Lumiere 2013

    One of Europe’s largest light festivals is taking place in both Durham and Derry~Londonderry in the winter of 2013.

    Date uploaded: January 7, 2013

  • Simon & Tom Bloor's 'Design for Pleasure' in the Pump Room Gardens, Leamington Spa

    To celebrate the first retrospective exhibition of the work of the sculptor John Bridgeman, Simon & Tom Bloor have been invited to make a new public artwork for the Pump Rooms Gardens in Leamington Spa.

    Date uploaded: December 19, 2012

  • The Porty Light Box

    The “Porty Light Box” is a decommissioned phonebox in Portobello, Edinburgh which is being renovated to become a light box to display local artwork and images.

    Date uploaded: December 17, 2012

  • URBAN Fringe Artists

    For the pilot phase of the URBAN Fringe project, four artists – Simon Barker, Nayan Kulkarni, Jo Roberts and Stephen Turner – spent time exploring and discovering the fringe lands of Medway and Swale.

    Date uploaded: December 12, 2012

  • Meccano style bridge construction underway

    Construction of a giant Meccano style footbridge over a canal in Little Lever, Bolton started on Saturday 8th December.

    Date uploaded: December 12, 2012

  • The Street: Matt Stokes: Give to Me the Life I Love

    'Give to Me the Life I Love' by artist Matt Stokes was shown at the Whitechapel Gallery from 25th September - 2nd December 2012.

    Date uploaded: December 5, 2012

  • New artwork to be launched in Dunfermline

    Toby Paterson, in association with Collective Architecture, is developing an exciting new temporary and permanent artwork for Dunfermline in 2012/2013. This project is being managed by Ginkgo Projects for Enterprise, Planning and Protective Services in Fife Council.

    Date uploaded: November 28, 2012

  • Leo Villareal: Cosmos

    The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University presents 'Cosmos', a homage to the late Cornell astronomy professor Carl Sagan by New York-based artist Leo Villareal.

    Date uploaded: November 21, 2012

  • Febrik: The Watchtower of Happiness at The Mosaic Rooms

    On November 26th 2012, The Mosaic Rooms in London will be transformed into 'A Watchtower of Happiness and Other Landscapes of Occupation' – a new installation by Febrik.

    Date uploaded: November 14, 2012

  • Efford: The Capital of Culture for Plymouth - Invitation to the Opening Night

    Take A Part and Plymouth Arts Centre are working in partnership and launching a new exhibition on Friday November 23rd: 'Efford: The Capital of Culture for Plymouth'.

    Date uploaded: November 14, 2012

  • Wrapper - Jacqueline Poncelet

    Arising from the dense urban landscape between Edgware Road, Chapel St and Marylebone Road, 'Wrapper' is a 1500 square metre permanent artwork commissioned by Art on the Underground and created by London based artist Jacqueline Poncelet.

    Date uploaded: November 14, 2012

  • Assemblage - Narratives in a managed landscape

    'Assemblage - Narratives in a managed landscape' is an art event in Yarner Wood, Dartmoor. It will be a walk of interventions, installations and responses to the managed landscape by a group of artists whose current work investigates the landscape and environment and the relationship humans have with them.

    Date uploaded: November 7, 2012

  • Sublime Finale at Inverness Cathedral

    On Saturday 10th November, the final free 'Sublime' event will take place in St Andrew's Cathedral, completing IOTA's year long 'Sublime' programme funded by Creative Scotland, Inverness Common Good Fund and Highlands & Islands Enterprise.

    Date uploaded: November 7, 2012

  • Fundraising Campaign for The Floating Cinema ‘Extra-Ordinary’

    A fundraising campaign has been launched for The Floating Cinema ‘Extra-Ordinary’. Produced by UP Projects, it will bring outdoor film screenings, performative tours and live events to London’s canals; re-animating the waterways and breathing new life into the East End of London.

    Date uploaded: October 29, 2012

  • Small Cinema Moston: 27th October - 4th November 2012

    From Saturday 27th October until Sunday 4th November, 'A Small Cinema' is running a 9 day festival of film, workshops and special events housed in its purpose built 70 seater cinema in the Miner Community Art and Music Centre, Teddington Road, Moston, North Manchester.

    Date uploaded: October 29, 2012

  • Slow Boat Events, Ikon, Birmingham

    Slow Boat is Ikon’s three year project (2011-2013) aimed at engaging young people with contemporary artists and the local heritage and history of the Inland Waterways.

    Date uploaded: October 24, 2012

  • Horse Woman - a series of performance walks by Martina Vermorel

    Martina Vermorel is completing a series of performance walks following the Equestrian trails provided in 'The Bridleways of Britain', starting at 10am in Folkestone on Tuesday 23rd October.

    Date uploaded: October 24, 2012

  • Random Acts: Artist Interventions into Broadcast

    'Random Acts: Artist Interventions into Broadcast', on 26th October 2012, celebrates the Random Acts series of commissions and opens up a dialogue about the future of television as a shared space that has the potential to bridge new relationships between socially engaged audiences, curators, creative producers, and broadcasters.

    Date uploaded: October 17, 2012

  • Launch of new soundwork for Bristol: Missorts

    A new soundwork by author Tony White launches in Bristol with an exclusive performance by psychedelic drum pop band, Beaty Heart in the unexpected location of St. Mary Redcliffe Church.

    Date uploaded: October 15, 2012

  • Matt Stokes: Give to Me the Life I Love at Whitechapel Gallery, London

    Artist Matt Stokes has made a film - 'Give to Me the Life I Love' - which traces a story set within the local Bangladeshi community and is being shown at Whitechapel Gallery, London. The Street is a programme of artist projects, events and research taking place both in and beyond the Gallery.

    Date uploaded: October 15, 2012

  • Bob and Roberta Smith: The Art Party USA comes to the UK

    Bob and Roberta Smith's exhibition 'The Art Party USA' opens this Thursday 11th October at Hales Gallery, London.

    Date uploaded: October 10, 2012

  • Sinta Tantra: Together, Yet Forever Apart - Liverpool Biennial 2012

    Sinta Tantra's 'Together, Yet Forever Apart' was commissioned by Open Eye Gallery and Mann Island for Liverpool Biennial 2012.

    Date uploaded: October 10, 2012

  • 300 metre long painting unveiled at Canary Wharf

    'A Beautiful Sunset Mistaken for a Dawn', by artist Sinta Tantra an art work spanning both sides of the 150m long DLR Bridge in the middle of the world famous business and shopping district in central London, was unveiled this summer.

    Date uploaded: October 10, 2012

  • Unlimited Bodies/Corps sans limite

    Unlimited Bodies at Palais d'Iéna, Paris, invites 30 international artists to engage sculpture in a one-to-one confrontation with its public.

    Date uploaded: October 8, 2012

  • Launch of The Stratford Cinema Kiosk: Bob and Roberta Smith and Tim Newton

    Launch of The Stratford Cinema Kiosk by Bob and Roberta Smith and Tim Newton on Wednesday 17th October 2012 at Stratford Underground station.

    Date uploaded: October 8, 2012

  • Sarah Dobai - Twenty Second Hold at WORKS|PROJECTS, Bristol

    Sarah Dobai's new film uses a large-scale architectural set depicting a mirrored passageway situated to one side of the main concourse of a shopping arcade. The film is being shown at WORKS|PROJECTS in Bristol from 6th October until 10th November 2012.

    Date uploaded: October 3, 2012

  • Film and Video Umbrella: new online artist commissions

    To mark the Charles Dickens bicentenary in 2012, Film and Video Umbrella unveil four newly commissioned online artworks that take Dickens' final novel as an allegorical tale with numerous echoes in the present.

    Date uploaded: September 26, 2012

  • Kyiv Sculpture Project: Yorkshire Sculpture Park

    YSP is co-curator of Kyiv Sculpture Project (KSP), the First International Festival of Contemporary Sculpture in Ukraine.

    Date uploaded: September 26, 2012

  • The Shrinking City by Anthony Gross

    Enclave presents a new film installation - The Shrinking City by artist Anthony Gross.

    Date uploaded: September 26, 2012

  • Studio Weave's 'the Hear Heres': Kedleston's new landscape art project

    The Hear Heres by Studio Weave will be at Kedleston Hall from Saturday 15th September 2012.

    Date uploaded: September 24, 2012

  • Breathe, a major new work by artist Dryden Goodwin alters London's skyline

    'Breather' - a major new work by artist Dryden Goodwin - alters London's skyline this autumn.

    Date uploaded: September 24, 2012

  • Ginkgo Projects announce two new projects in Bristol

    Ginkgo Projects announce two new projects in Bristol: at South Bristol Skills Academy and South Bristol Community Hospital.

    Date uploaded: September 24, 2012

  • Preston is my Paris: Four Versions of Three Routes

    An original body of work produced for Brighton Photo Biennial 2012 by the collective Preston is my Paris, Four Versions of Three Routes explores possible constituency reformation in Brighton.

    Date uploaded: September 17, 2012

  • My Heart Belongs to Hastings

    Strange Cargo's new public artwork - My Heart Belongs to Hastings - will be unveiled at 12noon on Sunday 23rd September 2012 on the promenade opposite Warrior Square at St. Leonards in Hastings.

    Date uploaded: September 17, 2012

  • Birmingham - The Magic City

    We Are Eastside presents ‘Birmingham The Magic City’: a snapshot of overlapping perceptions of the city as part of a series of presentations by international cities including Gdańsk, Hong Kong, Lisbon, Reykjavik, Oslo, Vilnius, St Persberg, Taipei and Wellington.

    Date uploaded: September 17, 2012

  • Foreground: Brian Griffiths - The Kidd

    Brian Griffiths’ new site-specific commission for Foreground has been created especially for the recently vacated Frome Amateur Boxing Club.

    Date uploaded: September 17, 2012

  • Art Across The City 2012

    Art Across The City 2012 is an exhibition of contemporary public art located across the City of Swansea, with twelve artworks on show by a diverse selection of international and UK-based artists.

    Date uploaded: September 17, 2012

  • Solid on Our Source Planet

    Wysing Arts Contemporary's 'Solid on Our Source Planet' runs from 30th September-28th October and is an exhibition of works by a group of artists who took part in the Escalator Visual Arts 'Retreat 11: And if it was it can’t be is' at Wysing in May 2012.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2012

  • DC2: Gentrify THIS!

    DC2: Gentrify THIS! is a celebration of creativity taking place at the heart of Dublin’s emergent creative quarter. It showcases the work of over 30 high-profile creatives based in Dublin and across the Island of Ireland.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2012

  • A Possible Lifestyle by Verity-Jane Keefe

    You are invited to the premiere of 'A Possible Lifestyle', a new moving image work which explores the town of Melksham via walking routes and a script of fact and fiction narrated by a local resident. It will be screened in an empty house within the new development to the east of the town on Friday 28th, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September 2012.

    Date uploaded: September 10, 2012

  • The Ecology of Colour by Studio Weave

    'The Ecology of Colour' is the third Artlands public realm commission for North Kent – a timber, hand-painted building located on the Ecology Island in Dartford’s Central Park.

    Date uploaded: September 5, 2012

  • Terminus Treats for Twenty Twelve

    Terminus Treats is a programme of creative interventions, installations and performative interactions for Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston that will alleviate boredom, combat chaos and provide light hearted moments; creating a positive visitor experience at peak travel times during the London Olympic Games.

    Date uploaded: September 5, 2012

  • Ghost Station, Bletchley Park

    Ghost Station is the new exhibition from ArtHertz staged at Bletchley Park - the home of codebreaking during World War II and the birthplace of modern technology.

    Date uploaded: September 5, 2012

  • Art in the Eastside - Visual Art Billboard project in East Belfast

    The Art in the Eastside billboard project is a public art programme run by Creative Exchange Artists Studios since 2010. The project celebrates the people, culture, history and social aspects of East Belfast and brings art to the people, right on their own doorstep.

    Date uploaded: September 5, 2012

  • New dates for the screening of Douglas Gordon's 'The End of Civilisation' in New York

    Douglas Gordon's 'The End of Civilisation' will be screened from 8th September until 13th October at the Gagosian Gallery, New York.

    Date uploaded: September 3, 2012

  • Art on the Underground launches Season 3: LUX 'The Adverts'

    LUX presents 'The Adverts', three solo exhibitions examining how image and display function in the public realm through a live, shifting programme format.

    Date uploaded: August 29, 2012

  • Subplots to a city

    Subplots to a city brings together four temporary public artworks by artists with a connection to Preston.

    Date uploaded: August 29, 2012

  • The Bread Collective's 'The Walls Have Ears' mural

    The Bread Collective secured funding from the London Legacy Development Corporation to paint a 100-metre long mural about Hackney Wick, leading to the Olympic Park in east London, to improve an unloved street.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2012

  • Garudio Studiage's Peckham Peace Wall

    Peckham Space art gallery has launched a new public artwork on Peckham Square - Garudio Studiage's 'Peckham Peace Wall'.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2012

  • Paleys Upon Pilers, Aldgate

    Studio Weave produced 'Paleys Upon Pilers', a temporary commission in Aldgate in East London for the Olympic Games 2012.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2012

  • 'Gold Standard' by Hew Locke

    A temporary artwork - 'Gold Standard' by Hew Locke - was commissioned by Deptford X and installed on Frankham Street, London from 27th July to 12th August 2012.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2012

  • The Rootless Forest: a moving landscape bearing stories of passage

    The Rootless Forest is a mobile artwork, a mini-forest made of real trees and soil planted on a boat that travels at walking pace along the Birmingham and Black Country Canals.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2012

  • Gracelands: Circling the Square

    For one evening only on 2nd August 2012, Gracelands presented Circling the Square: a site-specific programme of new and historical sculpture, performance and screenings by Irish and Internationally based artists, at The Milk Market Limerick.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2012

  • Writtle Calling / 2EmmaTo

    Writtle Calling / 2EmmaToc is a temporary radio station by artist Melissa Appleton and architectural practice Post–Works which will broadcast from the Essex landscape during September 2012.

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2012

  • Playing Cat & Mouse at Canada Line City Centre Station

    In Vancouver, a new public artwork has been installed at the Canada Line City Centre Station. Cat & Mouse consists of three “poems” arranged across the window.

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2012

  • The Last Days of Nowhereisland

    Book now for a programme of artist films, talks, performances and events to mark the final days of Nowhereisland - from 7th-9th September in Bristol.

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2012

  • Blue Bell Hangar Project

    New British Art is pleased to announce the release of the film documenting the Blue Bell Hangar Project.

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2012

  • Light Pyramid: Liliane Lijn - a new public artwork for Milton Keynes

    Commissioned by MK Gallery in collaboration with The Parks Trust, artist Liliane Lijn has created Light Pyramid, a new artwork that by day appears as a six metre high pyramidal sculpture, but by night radiates light, serving as a unique beacon for Milton Keynes.

    Date uploaded: August 1, 2012

  • The British decided to speak Polish!

    'The Polish language' - a mobile exhibition prepared by a Polish art group, Galeria Rusz (Joanna Górska and Rafał Góralski) in cooperation with the British artists, Mark Titchner and Andrew D. Willett - took place across the West Midlands during July 2012.

    Date uploaded: July 30, 2012

  • Atelier[zero] launched in Manchester’s Piccadilly Basin

    Atelier[zero] - a worldwide premiere commission - has been launched in Manchester’s Piccadilly Basin.

    Date uploaded: July 25, 2012

  • ExLab 2012: Art and Geology on the Jurassic Coast, 28th July - 9th September 2012

    ExLab presents a series of site responsive works inspired by the geology of the Jurassic Coast – the outcome of an arts and earth science collaboration investigating our understanding of this unique landscape.

    Date uploaded: July 23, 2012

  • London Fieldworks at Clumber Park

    Internationally acclaimed artists, London Fieldworks (Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson) are building a leopard house and a mansion for birds at National Trust National Trust property Clumber Park as part of the Trust's new contemporary art programme ‘Playful Landscapes’.

    Date uploaded: July 23, 2012

  • Speed of Reaction event - Roker, Sunderland, 12th August

    On Sunday 12th August 3-6pm Captain Spottie returns from the grave..... Speed of Reaction comes to Sunderland to take you on an interactive adventure throughout the seafront at Roker.

    Date uploaded: July 23, 2012

  • Coniston Honest Shop

    The Coniston Institute Honest Shop, Yewdale Road, Coniston, is now open for business.

    Date uploaded: July 18, 2012

  • Park Art in Haringey, 25th July-23rd September 2012

    PARK ART in Haringey launches at Bruce Castle Park on 25th July, bringing an alternative, multi-venue sculpture park to the London Borough of Haringey.

    Date uploaded: July 18, 2012

  • ExLab: Exploratory Laboratory

    AUCB gives a sneak preview of what is to come: ExLab fusing contemporary art with earth science in unexpected places across Dorset.

    Date uploaded: July 18, 2012

  • Last Days of Nowhereisland: Book Now

    Nowhereisland arrives in Bristol on 7th September - the final stop on its epic journey around the South West. Free events will run from Friday 7th September to Sunday 9th September including a citizen march, artist film programme and activities at the Nowhereisland Embassy based at Cumberland Basin. The Last Days of Nowhereisland is a ticketed programme of talks, performances and artist films marking the final weekend of the island nation.

    Date uploaded: July 11, 2012

  • Oslo Harbour: Slow Space (2012–16)

    Situations are producing the public art programme for Bjørvika, Oslo Harbour from 2012-16.

    Date uploaded: July 11, 2012

  • Submergency – open water is a public place?

    As part of the Immersion series of work which aims to engage people with water environments, Submergency kicked off with a hit and run lido at Crazywell Pool on Dartmoor for some of Devon’s wildest swimmers.

    Date uploaded: July 11, 2012

  • Thorsten Goldberg, 60°N 05°E (2012)

    Five artists participated in a limited competition in the design of a larger water and/or light based artwork in connection to the Bybanen stop at Florida. Here is Thorsten Goldberg's work: '60°N 05°E'.

    Date uploaded: July 9, 2012

  • Pavilion presents Céline Condorelli 11th July

    Prior to the launch of Pavilion's 2012 commission by Céline Condorelli, the artist will present her practice, which interweaves strands of collaboration, investigation, installation and publication.

    Date uploaded: July 9, 2012

  • Invitation: 'Reality Rules' smartphone/tablet game to play on Parkers Piece, Cambridge, 2nd-12th July

    The V I S U A L I S E public art festival in Cambridge invites you to Parkers Piece where - 2nd-12th July - you can play a prototype game on your smartphone or tablet.

    Date uploaded: July 9, 2012

  • Yinka Shonibare: Globe Head Ballerina

    A commission by artist Yinka Shonibare has been produced by Up Projects for the Royal Opera House.

    Date uploaded: July 2, 2012

  • Michael Pinsky’s Fidget Installation Launches

    A fusion of art, science and wiggling, Fidget is an interactive experience by Michael Pinsky which will change your understanding of the science of sitting on the sofa.

    Date uploaded: June 27, 2012

  • Bold Tendencies 6

    Bold Tendencies - the sculpture show dedicated to showcasing new work by international artists - is back! Held on the top floor of a disused multi-storey car park in Peckham.

    Date uploaded: June 27, 2012

  • Seeds of Change: Floating ballast seed garden

    Maria Thereza Alves has created a Ballast Seed Garden on Bristol’s Floating Harbour, populated with variety of non-native plants, creating a living history of the city’s trade and maritime past.

    Date uploaded: June 20, 2012

  • Public Artwork Explores Theme of Democracy

    The City of Surrey’s latest public art display, entitled 'What We Can’t Do Alone, We Can Achieve Together', is being created for the City Hall. It features a sculpture inspired by the theme of democracy and is being created by Studio Roso, an international team of artists.

    Date uploaded: June 20, 2012

  • Film showing: Sunday the 24th of June: This Space Available

    Open City Docs Fest - a four day celebration of documentary film in the heart of London.

    Date uploaded: June 20, 2012

  • Nowhereisland is on its way!

    Be the first to see Nowhereisland and welcome the new nation to Weymouth, site of the London 2012 Olympic sailing events.

    Date uploaded: June 13, 2012

  • Cultivation Field: Art Exhibition, Reading, 8th–22nd June 2012

    Cultivation Field explores plant and land cultivation through diverse art practices.

    Date uploaded: June 11, 2012

  • FEAST News & Events

    FEAST is now focused on developing its second edition taking the theme of digestion.

    Date uploaded: June 11, 2012

  • A False Creek: City of Vancouver announces new artwork by Rhonda Weppler & Trevor Mahovsky

    "A False Creek" entails the application of paint to the pilings under the Cambie Bridge and fifteen lampposts along the adjacent seawall bounded by Cooper's Park, Vancouver.

    Date uploaded: June 11, 2012

  • Venus in Sole Vista

    Venus in Sole Visa - a site-specific audiovisual installation by David Henckel in Hoole Parish Church, Preston - creates a digital link between the 2012 observation of Venus in Hawaii by NASA with the historical location of the 1639 observation by Jeremiah Horrocks.

    Date uploaded: June 6, 2012

  • Missorts: Free Short Story Workshops in Bristol

    Situations are offering opportunities for writers aged 18 and over to participate in a one-day writing workshop with writer and novelist Tony White.

    Date uploaded: June 6, 2012

  • Canary Wharf Screen - Season 2: Animate Projects

    Art on the Underground invites you to celebrate the Launch of 'Season 2: Animate Projects' at Canary Wharf Screen on Wednesday 30th May 2012, 6.30–8.30pm.

    Date uploaded: May 30, 2012

  • Wide Open School: 11 June - 11 July

    The Hayward Gallery’s Wide Open School is an unusual experiment in learning. Its programme of classes is devised and delivered by over 100 international artists from 40 different countries, including Antony Gormley, Tracey Emin, and Jeremy Deller. The School is open to everyone and begins on 11th June.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2012

  • Febrik: Play, I Follow You

    Febrik, a collaborative platform for participatory art and design research, present an exhibition at South London Gallery which unravels the politics of the right to public space and explores relationships between invented, inherited and modified play practices.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2012

  • Richard Wilson sculpture – Slipstream – to be installed in Heathrow Airport's new Terminal 2

    Plans for a large sculpture designed by Richard Wilson, which will dominate Heathrow Airport's new £2.5bn Terminal 2, have been unveiled.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2012

  • TRACK

    TRACK has got off to a good start - with the opening weekend attracting no less than 12,000 visitors.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2012

  • Sandberg Instituut Amsterdam: School of Missing Studies

    A new two-year programme in Art and Education: the School of Missing Studies' aim is to develop, disclose, and articulate (artistic) work in dialogue with practices developed in other fields of knowledge and to explore if and where art produces a public sphere.

    Date uploaded: May 28, 2012

  • In Certain Places: the inaugural Transit of Venus Real Ale Competition

    An invitation to join In Certain Places for: The Inaugural Transit of Venus Real Ale Competition.

    Date uploaded: May 23, 2012

  • Big Ben - international artist Sarah Morris’s new work at Gloucester Road Tube station

    In 2012, for their twelfth commission for Gloucester Road Tube Station, Art on the Underground has invited internationally renowned artist Sarah Morris to create an epic artwork for the eighteen arches extending the length of a disused platform.

    Date uploaded: May 23, 2012

  • HOUSE 2012

    HOUSE is Brighton & Hove's curated and programmed visual arts festival. Returning for its fourth year, HOUSE 2012 is working with contemporary artist David Batchelor.

    Date uploaded: May 21, 2012

  • De Meent: liberating space through purchase

    SKOR's new project - 'De Meent: liberating space through purchase' - opens on 13th May 2012 in Amsterdam.

    Date uploaded: May 14, 2012

  • Steve Geliot - TREECYCLE

    Steve Geliot’s artwork commissioned by Southampton City Council for their new recycling centre.

    Date uploaded: May 14, 2012

  • Sea Strata by John Maine, Art on the Underground

    Sea Strata is a new work of art for Green Park Underground station, commissioned by Art on the Underground, by Royal Academician John Maine.

    Date uploaded: May 9, 2012

  • Road for the Future

    Three new temporary art commissions will be presented on Powerstock Common, a remote Nature Reserve near Bridport on Sunday 3rd June, 11am – 4pm, as part of Road For The Future, an ambitious artist-run project in rural West Dorset.

    Date uploaded: May 9, 2012

  • Tatton Park Biennial 2012: Flights of Fancy

    Tatton Park Biennial: Flights of Fancy opens to the public on 12 May and runs through the summer until 30 September, 2012. This third edition of the Biennial considers the human urge to fly, to accomplish the impossible in fragile times. Its artists are considering the impact of experimentation on delicate eco-systems, looking backward and forward for guidance, wisdom and/or humour. Their proposed results are experiments in time and space.

    Date uploaded: May 2, 2012

  • Art on the Underground: Who is Community? Bob and Roberta Smith and Tim Newton

    Who is Community? is a new film commission by artist Bob and Roberta Smith and Director Tim Newton, as part of the Central line series.

    Date uploaded: April 30, 2012

  • ART vs REHAB: Focus Group Series: June 2012

    If you are working creatively within addiction, the criminal justice system, homelessness, mental health or prevention, you are invited to apply to be part of ART vs REHAB - a series of focus groups on key themes affecting the relationship between art and rehabilitation.

    Date uploaded: April 30, 2012

  • Teresa Margolles Exhibition

    Teresa Margolles’ new work has been made exclusively for the new GSS galleries and is co-commissioned with Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art. It involves an Offsite space, and a Collaborative Performance.

    Date uploaded: April 25, 2012

  • W.A.M.A.: The Work as Movement Archive

    Artist Serena Korda's new public artwork, W.A.M.A.: The Work as Movement Archive, will be launching in Barton Hill, Bristol, on 12th May 2012.

    Date uploaded: April 25, 2012

  • TRACK announces the first projects!

    TRACK is an art experience, initiated by the S.M.A.K., taking place in the public and semi public space of the city of Ghent, Belgium.

    Date uploaded: April 18, 2012

  • Walter Jack Studio's Crushed Wall

    Walter Jack's Crushed Wall is a 25-metre-long by three-metre-high concrete retaining wall sited at the entrance to the Heartland’s project in Redruth, Cornwall.

    Date uploaded: April 16, 2012

  • Andy Scott: The Kelpies, Helix Project, Scotland

    As part of the £41 million Helix Project in Scotland, two 30-metre high horses heads or Kelpies, the name for a mythical Scottish water horse, are being created by sculptor, Andy Scott.

    Date uploaded: April 16, 2012

  • Robert Koenig’s Odyssey

    Robert Koenig’s Odyssey will be on display at St Martins-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London from 19th March until 20th July 2012.

    Date uploaded: April 16, 2012

  • Caro at Chatsworth

    The Chatsworth House Trust and the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park, present Caro at Chatsworth from 28th March - 1st July 2012

    Date uploaded: April 16, 2012

  • Orbit - Public Artwork to commemorate the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games

    The 377-foot ArcelorMittal Orbit - by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond - the piece of public art intended as a permanent legacy of London’s hosting of the 2012 Olympics.

    Date uploaded: April 16, 2012

  • Symposium: The Social Impact of Artist Residencies

    CUBE is delighted to announce in association with Buddleia: Symposium: The Social Impact of Artist Residencies.

    Date uploaded: April 4, 2012

  • Menai Singing Bridge

    The current season of Bangor Sound City concludes with a series of events bringing the Menai Suspension Bridge alive.

    Date uploaded: April 4, 2012

  • Valentines Mansion & Gardens Jubilee Commission

    Work started last week on the new Dry Garden at Valentines Mansion - a contemporary space created in celebration of The Queen’s forthcoming visit to the mansion.

    Date uploaded: April 4, 2012

  • The Making of Cave: A new public artwork for Milton Keynes

    This April, MK Gallery’s Project Space presents The making of Cave, a new public art work for Milton Keynes.

    Date uploaded: April 4, 2012

  • The Function of the Oblique – Part 1 – Resistance

    'The function of the oblique' is a group show and programme of events taking inspiration from Virilio's "function of the oblique" as a tool to appropriate space in new ways and create instability or unexpected outputs.

    Date uploaded: April 4, 2012

  • Garden of Reason, a season of contemporary art

    Trust New Art is the National Trust’s art and craft programme taking place at selected historic houses, countryside and garden properties across England.

    Date uploaded: April 4, 2012

  • Bus-Tops launches in London

    Bus-Tops is a digital art project that has been rolled out to 30 bus shelters in 20 boroughs across London.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • Jeremy Deller - Sacrilege

    Jeremy Deller presents his first major public project in Scotland: an interactive public artwork to be situated on Glasgow Green for the duration of the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2012.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • ~Flow, by Owl Project and Ed Carter

    ~Flow, by Owl Project and Ed Carter, is a tidemill - a floating building on the River Tyne that generates its own power using a tidal water wheel has just been launched.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • Updates on TERRA at Grizedale Forest

    Update on Jerwood Visual Arts' exhibition TERRA at Grizedale Forest.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • QR codes, smartphones and art: White City

    QR codes, smartphones and art take Tube users on a virtual journey at White City Underground station.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • Elasticised waistbands arrive at Notting Hill Gate Tube station

    A new artwork called 'Hard Metal Body' by artist Alice Channer, commissioned by Art on the Underground, will be displayed along the length of the escalators at Notting Hill Gate Tube.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • MEANDERTHON - a free event celebrating Slow Art Day

    Dedicated and/or insomniac art lovers are needed to watch a 24-hour film of people walking, running and cycling through the Yorkshire Dales.

    Date uploaded: April 2, 2012

  • Florence Peake: New performance at Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

    Florence Peake presents MAKE, a new performance inspired by behind-the-scenes activity at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, taking an irreverent look at how sculpture is created, displayed and maintained.

    Date uploaded: March 21, 2012

  • Martynas Gaubas: The Emigration: 4th March - 24th April 2012

    Lithuanian artist Martynas Gaubas presents his artwork 'The Emigration' in Bishop's Square, Spitalfields, curated by C-LAB.

    Date uploaded: March 21, 2012

  • UP Projects: Secret Garden Project: Common Knowledge with Jacques Nimki

    UP Projects have announced a new commission with artist Jacques Nimki for Tooting Common in Wandsworth as part of their ongoing Secret Garden Project.

    Date uploaded: March 21, 2012

  • Garden of Reason, Ham House and Garden, Richmond, London

    Nine contemporary artists have been invited to make new work inspired by the unique 17th-century formal gardens of Ham House and their owner, Elizabeth Dysart, Duchess of Lauderdale.

    Date uploaded: March 12, 2012

  • Artists in Residence at Croft Castle

    During April, Strange Cargo will take up residence at Croft Castle, a National Trust property in Herefordshire.

    Date uploaded: March 7, 2012

  • Boulogne sur Mer Public Art Trail

    Strange Cargo has been invited to France by Boulogne Town Council to create a public art trail this summer.

    Date uploaded: March 7, 2012

  • 'Moving Sculpture In The Public Realm' works

    CAAPO have commissioned 2 'Moving Sculpture In The Public Realm' works to take place in Cardiff City Centre on March 17th between 12-3pm.

    Date uploaded: March 5, 2012

  • Official Launch of ‘Minefield’ by Aideen Barry

    An invitation to the Official Launch of ‘Minefield’ by Aideen Barry: a Public Art Commission by Mayo CoCo for Ballina Arts Centre.

    Date uploaded: March 5, 2012

  • Launch of ‘Hryre’, a major new public artwork at St John’s ruins, Chester

    You are invited to the launch of ‘Hryre’, a major new public artwork at St John’s ruins, Chester.

    Date uploaded: March 5, 2012

  • Eastside Projects: After Dinner Shu Fa at Cricket Pavilion and Pacha Kuti X

    Eastside Projects open two new exhibitions this month: Yangjiang Group's 'After Dinner Shu Fa at Cricket Pavilion' and David Rowan's 'Pacha Kuti X'.

    Date uploaded: February 29, 2012

  • Neville Gabie's TwelveSeventy

    Neville Gabie - Artist in Residence on the Olympic Park during 2011 - will present his film TwelveSeventy over three nights

    Date uploaded: February 27, 2012

  • Edible Eastside

    Edible Eastside is a visionary initiative to transform a derelict brownfield site into a vibrant and contemporary urban garden for people to learn to grow plants and food.

    Date uploaded: February 27, 2012

  • Still Walking: a first-of-its-kind walking festival in Birmingham

    Still Walking, a first-of-its-kind walking festival in Birmingham by artist and historian Ben Waddington takes place between March 15th and April 1st 2012.

    Date uploaded: February 27, 2012

  • Documentation of the Wide Open Space project

    The Wide Open Space project finished in 2011, but has been recorded and documented on the ruralrecreation website.

    Date uploaded: February 20, 2012

  • YewTube by Graeme Miller

    Yew Tube is a public artwork commissioned for the exhibition Garden of Reason in the formal gardens of Ham House in Richmond.

    Date uploaded: February 13, 2012

  • Plunge by Michael Pinsky

    Artist Michael Pinsky has made a simple statement on three of London's iconic monuments. Plunge is a major new work of art which invites visitors to look up and look forward 1000 years to the year 3012.

    Date uploaded: February 13, 2012

  • RUN - an Olympic-size artwork

    RUN, created by Italian artist Monica Bonvicini, will be the largest artwork on the Olympic Park, situated on the plaza of the 6,500-seat ‘Copper Box', the London 2012 Handball Arena.

    Date uploaded: February 8, 2012

  • Gabie's Olympic residency pieces: includes one inspired by a French masterpiece

    Neville Gabie was artist-in-residence for the Olympic Delivery Authority from October 2010 to 9th January and is producing work inspired by his time there.

    Date uploaded: February 1, 2012

  • Five artists selected for new temporary public art commissions during Preston Guild celebrations

    In Certain Places have announced that five Lancashire-based artists have been selected to develop new temporary public artworks which will be presented during the Preston Guild celebrations in September 2012.

    Date uploaded: January 11, 2012

  • Jerwood Encounters: TERRA 11 February - 29 April, Grizedale Forest

    Jerwood Visual Arts presents TERRA, the forthcoming Jerwood Encounters exhibition exploring the relationship contemporary sculpture practice shares with the environment and landscape beyond the gallery itself.

    Date uploaded: January 9, 2012

  • New Sculpture unveiled at Shankill Parade in Belfast

    On 9th December, the Lower Shankill Community Association unveiled the new sculpture, 'Remember, Respect, Resolution' created by artist Lesley Cherry.

    Date uploaded: January 9, 2012

  • Shezad Dawood podcast - now online

    A public discussion between artist Shezad Dawood and In Certain Places curator Charles Quick is now available to view online or to download as a free video podcast.

    Date uploaded: December 19, 2011

  • Bells of Britain!

    Friday 27 July 2012 will be no ordinary morning. At 8.00am people all across the UK will ring bells to perform Martin Creed’s Work No. 1197: All the bells in a country rung as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes, a piece specially commissioned as part of the London 2012 Festival – the culmination of the four-year Cultural Olympiad.

    Date uploaded: December 12, 2011

  • James Yamada: The summer shelter retreats darkly among the trees

    On 22nd November 2011, London-based foundation for contemporary art Parasol unit unveiled the first artwork in its Parasolstice – Winter Light series of outdoor projects to be realised by various international artists, each of whom creates sculptural works that address the phenomenon of light.

    Date uploaded: December 12, 2011

  • Temporary Stedelijk 3: Stedelijk @

    The Stedelijk Museum is closed for the final phase of construction and completion of the building renovation and expansion project. In the meantime Temporary Stedelijk 3: Stedelijk @ is being presented, a diverse program in collaboration with several peer institutions in Amsterdam encompassing lectures, performances, film screenings, large-scale events and many more activities.

    Date uploaded: December 7, 2011

  • The Message Hubs by Strange Cargo

    At three sites at South Street, Blackbull Road and Fleming Way in East Folkestone, Strange Cargo's community noticeboard scheme called The Message Hubs, has been unveiled.

    Date uploaded: December 7, 2011

  • 601 Tully: Center for Engaged Practice

    601 Tully is a center for engaged practice in Syracuse, NY developed by artist and professor Marion Wilson with a rotating collaborative team of 54 students and neighbours and Anda French of French 2Design. 601 Tully opened to the public in June 2011 as a site for meaningful exchange between artists, community members, and scholars in the co-production of culture.

    Date uploaded: December 5, 2011

  • RedBall Project: as part of UAE’s 40th National Day celebrations

    In celebration of the UAE’s 40th National Day, The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City invited artist Kurt Perschke’s world renowned RedBall Project to join the events taking place throughout the Emirate between 13th November and 2nd December 2011.

    Date uploaded: December 5, 2011

  • Contemporary Art Society presents Orchard by Neville Gabie

    Working with Nottingham City Council and Patel Taylor architects, the Contemporary Art Society has appointed Neville Gabie as lead artist on the regeneration of Sneinton Market Square, Nottingham.

    Date uploaded: November 30, 2011

  • A Digital Urban Forest for Barking Town Square

    Creatmosphere’s Digital Urban Forest is taking place in Barking Town Square as part of this year's Molten Festival 2011.

    Date uploaded: November 28, 2011

  • London Pleasure Gardens 2012

    UP Projects are delighted to announce that their Contemporary Art at Festivals programme will be touring to the London Pleasure Gardens in Summer 2012.

    Date uploaded: November 28, 2011

  • Artists taking the lead: London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.

    is the UK Arts Councils' flagship project for the London 2012 .

    Date uploaded: November 21, 2011

  • RELAY: King’s Cross' first dedicated art programme

    RELAY is King’s Cross first dedicated art programme. Inspired by the transformation of the area, RELAY draws on King’s Cross long-standing role as a transport interchange, the progressive opening of the development scheme, and the human chain involved in carrying out collective efforts.

    Date uploaded: November 21, 2011

  • Armagh City Centre Public Art Programme

    Residents and visitors to Armagh City are enjoying new public art works.

    Date uploaded: November 14, 2011

  • Commissions East Update: November 2011

    An update on projects from Commissions East: November 2011

    Date uploaded: November 7, 2011

  • A new public art work in Milton Keynes: Heather and Ivan Morison's Cave

    Artists Heather and Ivan Morison have been commissioned by MK Gallery in collaboration with The Parks Trust to create a new public artwork for Campbell Park in Milton Keynes.

    Date uploaded: November 2, 2011

  • Laura Ellen Bacon completes her residency at Compton Verney

    Laura Ellen Bacon has just completed her four month residency at Compton Verney as the first Landscape Artist in Residence, but her works of art will remain in the grounds throughout 2012.

    Date uploaded: November 2, 2011

  • Ex Lab – art, science and the coast

    Artists and scientists begin work together to investigate the unique coastal landscape of the Jurassic coast.

    Date uploaded: November 2, 2011

  • If I Can’t Dance I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution @ Stedelijk

    If I Can't Dance, in collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum, presents two evenings of performance with Amsterdam- and Berlin-based artist Jeremiah Day on 9th and 10th November 2011, at 8pm. A site-specific work dealing with the problems of transmissibility and the conflicts of public life, Of All Possible Things will take place in the Miles Building in the new commercial office area of Amsterdam Zuidas.

    Date uploaded: November 2, 2011

  • Barry's Bollards

    A £30,000 set of bollards has been installed in Thompson Street, funded by the Welsh Government's Barry Regeneration Area programme.

    Date uploaded: November 2, 2011

  • Dalziel + Scullion's Gold Leaf: Buried Sunlight

    A new public work of art, Gold Leaf: Buried Sunlight by Dalziel + Scullion has been installed at Pooley Country Park in Polesworth in Warwickshire.

    Date uploaded: October 31, 2011

  • António Caramelo: Dreaming Of A Butterfly

    As part of the second phase of its programme, he European Public Art Centre presents António Caramelo's 'Dreaming Of A Butterfly'.

    Date uploaded: October 31, 2011

  • Artangel: Ideas for London

    Got a brilliant idea for London? A smart solution to a local problem or an ingenious plan to transform the city? If so Artangel wants to hear from you!

    Date uploaded: October 31, 2011

  • Walter Jack Studio: Woodland Colour. Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford

    Walter Jack Studio creates 'Woodland Colour' for Broomfield Hospital.

    Date uploaded: October 24, 2011

  • Football, tents and making builders happy

    Football, a tented city and making builders happy have been elements of the public engagement arts programme from artists Davis and Jones for Junction 3 - a new mixed-use development in Bristol.

    Date uploaded: October 19, 2011

  • The Festival of Lights, Berlin

    The Festival of Lights is one of the largest annual illumination festivals in the world.

    Date uploaded: October 19, 2011

  • New interactive sculpture unveiled in Manchester

    'Anyone Who Has a Heart' is a light sculpture, commissioned for the new Royal Manchester Childrens' Hospital, that displays your heart rate.

    Date uploaded: October 19, 2011

  • Limelight: Saturday night

    Sans façon's Limelight comes to Salford Quays.

    Date uploaded: October 19, 2011

  • Our Day Will Come: A free-school art project

    A free-school art project by Paul O'Neill with Mick Wilson, Sarah Pierce, Annie Fletcher, Garrett Phelan and including works from David Blamey, Liam Gillick, Rhona Byrne, Jem Noble and Garreth Long.

    Date uploaded: October 19, 2011

  • 150 million year old stone for new Green Park Tube station

    A new permanent art work for the Tube by artist John Maine RA at Green Park Tube station.

    Date uploaded: October 3, 2011

  • Arrhythmias of Counter-Production: Engaged Art in Argentina, 1995–2011

    The University Art Gallery (UAG) at the University of California, San Diego, is presenting an exhibition of Argentine political art produced in the public sphere over the past fifteen years.

    Date uploaded: October 3, 2011

  • The City of Vancouver announces the launch of re:CONNECT

    The City of Vancouver announces the launch of "re:CONNECT": an open ideas competition for the Viaducts and Eastern Core.

    Date uploaded: October 3, 2011

  • Light Waves by Creatmosphere launches on Ipswich waterfront

    Creatmosphere’s new interactive lighting project, Light Waves, will be launched on Friday 30th September as it is switched on Ipswich waterfront.

    Date uploaded: September 28, 2011

  • Rise – a new sculpture by Wolfgang Buttress

    A new sculpture by Wolfgang Buttress entitled Rise was officially launched on 16th September 2011 at Broadway Roundabout, one of the main gateways to Belfast.

    Date uploaded: September 26, 2011

  • At Home In The World

    A Per Cent for Art Public Art Project by artist Ceara Conway in Edenderry, Offaly.

    Date uploaded: September 26, 2011

  • Art Moves on the Road

    This year, the Art Moves Festival festival goes on tour to London from 23rd till 28th September 2011.

    Date uploaded: September 26, 2011

  • META 2011-2016

    META, the Manifest of Europe for Transformation through Art.

    Date uploaded: September 19, 2011

  • New ‘night sun’ will appear in skies over North Kent in October

    A spectacular ‘night sun’ will appear in the skies directly above North Kent in October. ‘Sleepers Awake’ is a major new commission by internationally renowned artists Heather and Ivan Morison.

    Date uploaded: September 19, 2011

  • Giving in to Gift: Present in Public

    Six artists have been selected for Present in Public, a development programme for new gift-based public works/interventions which will be shown throughout the city of Liverpool as a part of Giving in to Gift on Saturday 12th November.

    Date uploaded: September 14, 2011

  • Atelier HSL | TRANS/FER

    A programme of art and culture in connection with the construction of the High Speed Line South. During the creation of the Line, Atelier HSL is commissioning artists, photographers, designers, architects, writers and scholars.

    Date uploaded: September 12, 2011

  • Polder Cup – Football in the Polder

    Maider Lopez’s 'Polder Cup', by Spanish artist Maider López, brought the Dutch passion for football and the typical Dutch landscape of water and polders together in a unique fashion.

    Date uploaded: September 12, 2011

  • Central line stories: Writer Sarah Butler in collaboration with London Underground staff

    Sarah Butler's six-month residency on the Central line, creating new writing in collaboration with London Underground staff.

    Date uploaded: September 12, 2011

  • Ecce Homo by Vancouver artist Althea Thauberger launches September 12

    Ecce Homo, by Vancouver artist Althea Thauberger, will be installed 12th September 2011 on the west wall of the Canada Line Vancouver City Centre Station on Georgia Street. The commission is presented by the City of Vancouver Public Art Program in partnership with the Canada Line Public Art Program of InTransit BC.

    Date uploaded: September 12, 2011

  • Gillian Wearing: A Real Birmingham Family

    Ikon presents a major new project by Birmingham-born artist Gillian Wearing; a quest to find, and immortalise in bronze, the ‘real’ Birmingham family.

    Date uploaded: September 7, 2011

  • Guardian artblog, Dave Hill: Olympic Orbit: triumph of public art or private vanity?

    'Here's how the "something extra" that Boris Johnson and Tessa Jowell required for the Olympic Park looked when I pointed my camera at it yesterday afternoon. No, those yellow cranes aren't part of it. Yes, those weird clouds are real'…

    Date uploaded: September 7, 2011

  • The Blue Frog Society by Barbara Holub

    At the 64th UN DPI/ NGO conference, The Blue Frog Society will directly engage with the participants of the conference and invite them to contribute their ideas, desires, expertise from various angles and backgrounds as well as their critical input for building this community and discussing the future of a habitat without territory.

    Date uploaded: September 5, 2011

  • ‘Monarchy’ by London Fieldworks and ‘Fold’ by Lee Patterson

    Two new works commissioned by Stour Vallery Arts: 'Monarchy' by London Fieldworks and 'Fold' by Lee Patterson

    Date uploaded: September 5, 2011

  • Radioactive Control by Luzinterruptus

    Radioactive Control, created by Luzinterruptus for the Dockville Festival in Hamburg.

    Date uploaded: August 31, 2011

  • 'Welcome to the North' public art programme

    Evaluation of Northern Way's Welcome to the North public art programme.

    Date uploaded: August 31, 2011

  • Liverpool Biennial: 2Up 2Down

    Liverpool Biennial has invited Dutch artist, Jeanne van Heeswijk, to work with a group of young people from the Anfield/Breckfield area to develop spaces for their community using the redundant terraced housing and vacant ground in Anfield.

    Date uploaded: August 24, 2011

  • A Room for London: Roi des Belges

    A Room for London: Roi des Belges, a temporary one-bedroom installation, is being commissioned by Living Architecture and Artangel. It will sit on the roof of Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall and be part of the London 2012 Festival.

    Date uploaded: August 24, 2011

  • Reactor: The Green Man & Regular Fellows

    The Green Man & Regular Fellows is a newly commissioned, live artwork in the form of a pub, complete with adjoining function room.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2011

  • Robert Smithson in Emmen - Broken Circle/Spiral Hill Revisited

    40 years on, the exhibition ‘Robert Smithson in Emmen - Broken Circle/Spiral Hill Revisited' will provide a unique picture of the creation and meaning of one of the most important and most complex works ever produced by Robert Smithson.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2011

  • Anne Brodie's BEE BOX: Bishop's Square, Spitalfields, London

    The first public art exhibition held simultaneously across eight countries in Europe focuses on relations between art, science and society. As the UK representative, award-winning artist, Anne Brodie, will present her artwork, BEE BOX, for the first time.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2011

  • Iteration:Again

    Over four weeks from September 18 to October 15, Iteration:Again and its national and international artists' suite of thirteen public artworks will work to shape - and reshape - how and what we know about the idiosyncrasies and complexities of Tasmania.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2011

  • Vicente: 10th September to 25th October 2011

    Vicente is an urban culture project dedicated to the riverside area of Belém, integrating the street, the landscape and the image of Lisbon in a set of contemporary art interventions executed at the Ermida Nossa Senhora da Conceição, and along the Travessa do Marta Pinto and its proximities.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2011

  • INTERFACE: Hastings, 26th August – 2nd October 2011

    Artists' interventions, performance and events in Hastings & St Leonards-on-Sea (UK) and Oudenaarde (BE), 26th August – 2nd October 2011.

    Date uploaded: August 22, 2011

  • 1395 Days without Red - Šejla Kamerić and Anri Sala

    Šejla Kamerić & Anri Sala in collaboration with Ari Benjamin Myers: 1395 Days Without Red

    Date uploaded: August 17, 2011

  • Audio Obscura by Lavinia Greenlaw

    Lavinia Greenlaw: Audio Obscura, 13 September - 23 October 2011, Lower concourse, St Pancras International Station (between Marks & Spencer and Le Pain Quotidien)

    Date uploaded: August 17, 2011

  • Locked Room Scenario by Ryan Gander

    A group show in a warehouse in Hoxton. A number of artists, and a diverse range of work: sculptures, paintings, photographs, performance and video.

    Date uploaded: August 17, 2011

  • Limelight: Saturday night at Playing the City 3 in Frankfurt

    Sans Façon’s Limelight: Saturday night will be visiting Frankfurt to take part in Playing the City 3.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2011

  • Sky Orchestra by Luke Jerram

    LIFT in collaboration with the Mayor of London Boris Johnson presented Luke Jerram's Sky Orchestra; flying across London at dawn and dusk playing music to interact with your dreams.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2011

  • Brixton arts and creative lighting projects

    A series of arts and creative lighting projects are coming to Brixton as part of a three-year scheme run by Lambeth Council.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2011

  • Adorno and Nose by Doupé and Whitman: the city of Vancouver Public Art Program

    Adorno and Nose by Doupé and Whitman launches into transit shelters on August 15th 2011. The project is part of the city of Vancouver Public Art Program.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2011

  • A Sign for the City: the city of Vancouver Public Art Program

    A Sign for the City, a year-long public art project by Sabine Bitter/Helmut Weber, continues in transit shelters from August 15th. The project is part of the city of Vancouver Public Art Program.

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2011

  • Art Moves Festival, 16th September 2011 in Toruń, Poland

    Art Moves Festival - 16th September 2011 in Toruń, Poland - attracts interest from artists from around the world

    Date uploaded: August 15, 2011

  • Resist to Exist: A project in public space in Copenhagen by Oliver Ressler

    The project Resist to Exist takes place in Copenhagen in an old railroad area. It consists of two elements, which are presented next to each other within sight of the S-train station Bispebjerg: a freestanding billboard and 12 metres of fence placed next to the billboard.

    Date uploaded: August 3, 2011

  • A new series of geocache trails created by artists

    Chrysalis Arts have commissioned a series of geocaches created by artists, inviting you to explore different locations across North Yorkshire whilst experiencing different artforms along the way.

    Date uploaded: August 3, 2011

  • Piercing Brightness: a new science fiction film by international artist Shezad Dawood commissioned by In Certain Places

    Piercing Brightness: New Science Fiction Film by Shezad Dawood, Filmed in Preston. Rumours of UFO sightings, enraptured crowds and dramatic car chases abound within the Lancashire city of Preston, as it becomes the setting for Piercing Brightness, a new feature film by internationally acclaimed artist, Shezad Dawood.

    Date uploaded: August 3, 2011

  • Mapping the Future: Public Art in Scotland - report into Mapping due for publication in August 2011

    Mapping the Future: Public Art in Scotland was a public event in October 2010 undertaken by Public Art Scotland in partnership with Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. Following the event, Public Art Scotland has commissioned Ken Neil (GSA) to produce a report into Mapping, which has been completed and due for publication in August 2011.

    Date uploaded: July 13, 2011

  • Martin Creed - Work No. 1059: New Commission for The Scotsman Steps

    Martin Creed's Work No. 1059, 2011 - Commissioned by The Fruitmarket Gallery as part of a refurbishment of the Scotsman Steps by the City of Edinburgh Council and the Edinburgh World Heritage Trust

    Date uploaded: July 13, 2011

  • Nowhereisland, Artists Taking the Lead, 2012

    In summer 2012, Nowhereisland, a large-scale, island sculpture formed from an Arctic island will journey around the south west region of England, stopping at ports and harbours as a visiting ‘island nation’.

    Date uploaded: July 6, 2011

  • PORTAVILION 2011: The Floating Cinema, 1st July – 17th September

    Portable public art for East London's waterways

    Date uploaded: June 29, 2011

  • Daniel Buren to create new permanent artwork at Tottenham Court Road Tube station

    Internationally celebrated artist Daniel Buren to create new permanent artwork at Tottenham Court Road Tube station.

    Date uploaded: June 22, 2011

  • Art on the Underground: Central line series: Acts of Kindness by Michael Landy

    Acts of Kindness is a project by artist Michael Landy celebrating everyday generosity and compassion on the Tube.

    Date uploaded: June 22, 2011

  • Folkestone Triennial: A Million Miles from Home

    19 international artists have been commissioned to create new works for the Folkestone Triennial 2011, which will take place from 25 June – 25 September. The selected artists have been invited to develop new works for Folkestone’s streets, squares, beaches and historic buildings to create a cutting-edge contemporary art exhibition in the public domain.

    Date uploaded: June 22, 2011

  • Giant Roses to bloom on Manhattan's Park Avenue

    Beginning in January 2011, the Parks Department will install eight different clusters of rose sculptures along Park Avenue.

    Date uploaded: March 18, 2010

  • Sky Garden looms over Vancouver 2010 Olympic Oval

    Artist Janet Echelman’s Water Sky Garden premieres at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games official speed-skating venue, at the Richmond Olympic Oval, and will remain a permanent legacy long after the games become memory.

    Date uploaded: February 23, 2010

  • Art on the Underground - artist Dryden Goodwin brings talking heads to the Jubilee line

    Goodwin’s work was created as part of a series of new contemporary art commissions by Art on the Underground for the Jubilee line. The result is a fascinating multimedia project of drawings and short films.

    Date uploaded: February 8, 2010

  • Art on the Underground - new project exploring portraiture and place

    Threads, a new project for Kingsbury and Charing Cross stations draws inspiration from the common expression, 'travel expands the mind'. Young people from Brent Youth Inclusion Programme set out from their local Underground station Neasden to join photographer Nadia Bettega on a week-long journey to explore portraiture and place through photography.

    Date uploaded: February 8, 2010

  • Liverpool Biennial announce residency programme

    Liverpool Biennial is among the most successful art commissioning agencies in the UK, best known for presenting the UK’s largest festival of contemporary visual art. Established in 1998, 2010 will see the 6th festival take place between 18th September and 28th November.

    Date uploaded: February 2, 2010

  • E/T/C London Transforms Science into Art for Cambridge 800 Anniversary Finale

    Projection artist Ross Ashton helped bring the Cambridge 800 Anniversary year to a spectacular close with 2 major new light works in the UK's historic University town that were dedicated to "Transforming Tomorrow".

    Date uploaded: January 28, 2010

  • Trip the light fantastic - light and dance project in Archway, London

    Trip the light fantastic is an extraordinary new temporary work by artist Jane Watt illuminating the windows and streets of Archway.

    Date uploaded: January 20, 2010

  • A Commissions North announces PLEXUS at NETPark, County Durham

    Plexus stands 5.5m tall and weighs 250 kilos – the sculpture’s illusional sci-fi aesthetics are created by 31 reflective coloured panels that have been fashioned by using a unique ‘patented’ procedure of inflating and stretching stainless steel.

    Date uploaded: January 10, 2010

  • Crystal Palace, Amsterdam

    In this work, three-dimensional images of concrete and abstract objects appear and disappear in a structure made up of thin aluminium tubes and white LEDs.

    Date uploaded: December 14, 2009

  • Rochford Wall of Light, Rochford Hospital

    Commissioned by The Helium Foundation for Rochford Hospital, the wall radiates an array of complex colour changing LEDs back lighting 10,000 glass marbles.

    Date uploaded: December 10, 2009

  • Alliance sculpture is completed and launched in Cardiff

    Designed by French artist Jean-Bernard Metais, the 25-metre-tall arrow and hoop design draws on Cardiff's past and future.

    Date uploaded: December 3, 2009

  • Earth: Art of a changing world - major new public art installation at the Royal Academy of Arts

    The Royal Academy of Arts and the National Trust to work on a major new public art commission to go on display on the façade of the Royal Academy’s 6 Burlington Gardens.

    Date uploaded: November 26, 2009

  • Vectorial Elevation to light up Vancouver nights during 2010 Winter Games

    20 robotic searchlights will create a canopy of light in the night sky with designs created by people around the world and delivered via the Internet.

    Date uploaded: November 26, 2009

  • Water Dance project completed for Western Australia Highway

    A project geared to increasing safety and visual amenities for motorists over a 78km stretch on the new 180 km Forrest Highway in Western Australia.

    Date uploaded: November 26, 2009

  • Art Moves Fesitval, Toruń, Poland

    Festival of billboard art works based around the concept of complicated mechanisms of modern civilization.

    Date uploaded: November 26, 2009

  • Major awards for Northala Fields - Europe’s largest land art

    Northala Fields , Europe’s largest example of land art created by artist Peter Fink and architect Igor Marko has recently won a number of major awards.

    Date uploaded: November 19, 2009

  • Living Light - Seoul public art displays local air quality

    Lighting project in Korea that uses public art to display local environmental information.

    Date uploaded: November 4, 2009

  • Boundary, Digbeth Public Art Project completed, Birmingham

    Digbeth Public Art Project (DPAP) is spearheaded by National Express to implement a public art strategy for the new National Express Coach Station, Digbeth, Birmingham.

    Date uploaded: November 3, 2009

  • Vernacular Spectacular - documenting the Folkestone Leas Lift

    A project that transformed his historical lift into a temporary exhibition space, producing work in response to the physical confines of the lift carriages and the unique position of the town in mid-regeneration process.

    Date uploaded: November 1, 2009

  • Sound and light installation by Hans Peter Kuhn opens in Leeds Dark Arches

    In an underground complex in Leeds, historically known as the Dark Arches, a new sound and light installation by Berlin artist Hans Peter Kuhn has opened.

    Date uploaded: October 26, 2009

  • 1479 plates - Combe Down Stone Mines Stabilisation Project

    An exhibition featuring Chris Tipping’s map of bone china dinner plates – entitled 1479 plates – which explores the relationship between present day engineering and mining technology.

    Date uploaded: October 21, 2009

  • E/T/C London Creates new 'Europa' for Rheinpartie Festival of Light

    New video projection art work on the Germania statue located in the Niederwald Landscape Park, near Rüdesheim am Rhein, Hesse, Germany, as part of the 2009 Rheinpartie Festival of Light.

    Date uploaded: October 19, 2009

  • One & Other Plinth project draws to a close

    Antony Gormley's Fourth Plinth art project in London's Trafalgar Square will come to an end on Wednesday morning after 100 days.

    Date uploaded: October 14, 2009

  • Liverpool's Year of Environment commissions waterside public art work

    The public art commission for Sefton, with a provisional title Sefton Waterworks, will see a new artist/architect designed structure built for the Leeds and Liverpool canal.

    Date uploaded: September 13, 2009

  • Animal Wall, a site-specific ecological artwork, Cardiff Bay

    ‘Animal Wall’ is part of a 50 metre long wall, running along the south-western edge of ‘Strata’, a new residential development in Century Wharf, Cardiff Bay.

    Date uploaded: September 13, 2009

  • New public library façade inspired by local cultural heritage, France

    Local community draws from new library collections to participate in the production of it's façade art work.

    Date uploaded: September 13, 2009

  • Central Line Stories, new writing for Art on the Underground

    Writer Sarah Butler is drawn to cities and public spaces where chance encounters and unexpected connections are a daily occurrence. Art on the Underground commissioned Sarah to undertake a six-month residency on the Central Line.

    Date uploaded: September 8, 2009

  • 'Play Me, I'm Yours' - across Bristol in September

    From 4th September for 3 weeks, 16 street pianos will be installed across Bristol - free for anyone to play.

    Date uploaded: September 8, 2009

  • Riversmeet - community engagement project, Cumbria

    Riversmeet is a multi-disciplinary collective of active citizens in the Market Town of Cockermouth, Cumbria. Artists and volunteers are used to support experimental activity to raise awareness through community engagement processes.

    Date uploaded: September 6, 2009

  • Waves inspire public art work for Palm Beach County Convention Centre

    New dynamic light and time based perceptual public art work, commissioned for the Palm Beach County Convention Center, by the Palm Beach County Art in Public Places Program.

    Date uploaded: September 3, 2009

  • Hinterland presents new public art projects in Nottingham

    Temporary site-specific commissions between August - December 2009

    Date uploaded: August 13, 2009

  • Seattle’s New Light Railway Installs Public Art

    The idea behind Link's public art, says artist Norie Sato, was to conduct "cultural conversations" with neighbourhoods along the line.

    Date uploaded: July 16, 2009

  • Tattered Outlaws of History, Fingal, Ireland

    The first visual art and dance collaboration to occur in Ireland as part of a public art project. Launches 16th July, Fingal Ireland.

    Date uploaded: July 8, 2009

  • US video artist Bill Viola to erect plasma screen altarpieces at St Paul's Cathedral, London

    Two giant multi-screen installations on the themes of Mary and the martyrs respectively are to be permanently installed in early 2011.

    Date uploaded: July 8, 2009

  • RedBall Project, Toronto, Canada

    An ongoing site-specific installation that catalyses interaction between community and urban space.

    Date uploaded: July 7, 2009

  • Mens Suits by Charles LeDray reveals minature suits, shirts and ties, London

    Charles LeDray's first major show in Europe will see hundreds of suits, shirts and ties, painstakingly recreated on a diminutive scale installed in a Victorian fire station in Marylebone.

    Date uploaded: July 1, 2009

  • Striding Arches, Cairnhead, Scotland

    Andy Goldsworthy's series of grand, self-supporting arches standing on hilltops surrounding the natural amphitheatre at Cairnhead, Scotland.

    Date uploaded: June 25, 2009

  • Tees Valley Giants, North East

    A series of five world-class large scale art installations by internationally acclaimed sculptor Anish Kapoor and leading structural designer Cecil Balmond.

    Date uploaded: June 22, 2009

  • Freewheeling Paint Project in Plymouth

    The Freewheelers are three artists who temporarily leave their traces on the pavements of Plymouth, exploring the ways in which we all interact with public space.

    Date uploaded: June 11, 2009

  • Dennis Oppenheim creates Battle Drums on the site of the Varus Battle of 9 AD

    Dennis Oppenheim’s Battle Drums are part of a new show that creates new reflection spaces on the Varus Battle, which took place in the region in 9 A.D.

    Date uploaded: June 11, 2009

  • In Our Image - 16 Meter High Steel Head and Shoulders

    16-metre high steel sculpture that takes the form of a gigantic head and shoulders, sited at Aycliffe Business Park.

    Date uploaded: June 10, 2009

  • Appledore Time and Tide Bell, Devon

    On Wednesday 27 May, a huge bell on the sea wall at Appledore, Devon will ring out for the first time. The bell is a newly invented form which can sound different notes to create a melody. The rise of the water at high tide will move the clapper to strike the bell.

    Date uploaded: June 4, 2009

  • This World & Nearer Ones - 19 Public Art Commissions on Governors Island, NYC

    Artists will intervene in the architectural and natural fabric of the island, transforming its historic buildings and vast lawns - through installation, performance, video, and auditory works, inviting audiences to reconsider the island's past and future.

    Date uploaded: June 4, 2009

  • First Public Art Commission on the High Line, New York - Spencer Finch, The River that Flows both Ways

    Inspired by the light and the water of the Hudson River, The River that Flows Both Ways will transform an existing series of windows with 700 individually crafted panes of glass representing the water conditions on the Hudson River over a period of 700 minutes on a single day.

    Date uploaded: June 4, 2009

  • Going Home from Here - Inflatable House on Tour

    Inflated replica of a terraced house currently awaiting demolition goes on a tour of the parks, quarries, beaches, fields and streets of Cumbria in a desperate search for a new home.

    Date uploaded: June 1, 2009

  • Alliance, St David's 2, The Hayes, Cardiff.

    Artist Jean-Bernard Métais has designed a new scultpture for the St David's site in The Hayes, Cardiff.

    Date uploaded: April 21, 2009

  • Artist Invites Public to Take an Alternative Look at Cardiff

    Museum of the Moment is the latest work by Cardiff artist, Jennie Savage as she invites you to discover the secret life of the city by taking a walk through its streets, directed by a series of voice recordings.

    Date uploaded: March 19, 2009

  • One & Other - Gormley's Fourth Plinth Project Gets Underway

    Every hour, 24 hours a day, for 100 days without a break, a different person will occupy the Plinth in Trafalgar Square.

    Date uploaded: March 19, 2009

  • Fractal Flowers, Seoul, South Korea

    Projected onto the embankments of the Cheonggyecheonno River in Seoul, Fractal Flowers is part of an innovative cultural policy to create long-term installations of virtual reality.

    Date uploaded: March 11, 2009

  • GROSS.MAX. Avant Gardening: New urban landscape design

    GROSS.MAX. are one of the few UK-based exponents of a new generation of contemporary European landscape architects.

    Date uploaded: March 9, 2009

  • Wall of Eyes, Kinetica Art Fair 2009, London

    An interactive public artwork, comprising of 225 glass eyes, all moving to follow the viewer.

    Date uploaded: February 24, 2009

  • Catalyst, Dundee

    New permanent work for Dundee city centre in the form of a draped life-sized car that has been cast in catalytic cement, which absorbs airborne pollutants.

    Date uploaded: February 3, 2009

  • New York City Waterfalls, Olafur Eliasson

    Four temporary waterfalls, 90 to 120 feet tall, spread across New York's habour.

    Date uploaded: February 3, 2009

  • Salt Bridges, University of Oxford

    Contemporary Art and Architecture for the Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford.

    Date uploaded: February 3, 2009

  • One Day Sculpture, New Zealand

    One Day Sculpture is New Zealand’s first nationwide commissioning series of temporary, place-based public artworks.

    Date uploaded: January 29, 2009

  • Locating the Producers

    Locating the Producers is an international research project that aims to explore the complexities involved in commissioning public art from the perspective of the curators/commissioners.

    Date uploaded: January 21, 2009

  • Folkestonmy cultural tagging and mapping project, Folkestone, UK

    FOLKESTONMY is a public mapping project for the town of Folkestone, UK

    Date uploaded: January 15, 2009

  • Britglyph

    The worlds largest geoglyph

    Date uploaded: January 6, 2009

  • Barton Hill Primary School Public Art Programme 2006 - 2008

    Artists work with children to integrate public artwork into the new Barton Hill Primary School and Children's Centre, Bristol.

    Date uploaded: December 22, 2008

  • Arcadia Revisited

    A new research and development project in Essex that aims to capture a 'sense of place'

    Date uploaded: October 28, 2008

  • Trading Secrets

    Beam have commissioned Michael Pinsky to make a new temporary artwork

    Date uploaded: October 21, 2008

  • Landscape/Portrait

    An art project by Kevin Carter that invites participation from geographically defined communities

    Date uploaded: October 21, 2008

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