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ENPAP – European Network of Public Art Producers. Bilbao. 8 – 11 November 2011

ENPAP is a network of six art organisations involved with public art from five countries in Europe. ENPAP started in May 2010 with a two-year pilot research phase, involving a comparative study between partners, looking at the contexts in which the different organisations operate – their aims and methods of production – and the specific conditions … Continue reading

Wonders of Weston: A programme of permanently sited artworks in Weston-super-Mare

As torpid bathing colonies realise that gastropubs, healing massage and contemporary art are the destination attractions for the contemporary weekend tourist, Wonders of Weston is a part of a desire to modernise and reinvent the cultural experience of British seaside towns. The programme of permanently-sited artworks in Weston-super-Mare, SW England, was launched on 29 October 2010 with artworks … Continue reading

Slow Days Oslo: A gathering towards a new public art programme for Oslo, Norway. 16 – 19 August 2011

Bjørvika is situated between the ruins of medieval Oslo and the vibrant city centre. Ekeberg with its wide-open natural and park lands rises up to the south, and richly textured inner-city Oslo to the east. Southwest-facing with attractive vistas of the fjord, Bjørvika is also home to Oslo’s spectacular new Opera House. Slow Days is a four-day … Continue reading