GALWAY CITY Council invites artists and arts practitioners of all disciplines to submit proposals for a public art commission to take place at the Carrowbrowne Halting Site, Headford Road. The budget for the Carrowbrowne Public Art Commission is €15,000.
The practitioner is asked to respond to the context of the Carrowbrowne site and its community towards the development of a new public arts project that will be informed by the culture and lives of the Traveller community. Proposals for any medium of the arts including Drama/Music/Dance/Literature/Sculpture/Visual Arts/Film/Performing arts are accepted, as are proposals for temporary and engaged projects as well as permanent installations. Proposals from members of the Traveller community professionally involved in the arts are welcome. Deadline for submissions is 4pm on Friday September 25. Submissions to: Megs Morley, Public Arts Officer, Galway City Council, College Rd, Galway. The full project brief is available to download on http://www.galwaycity.ie/AllServices/ArtsandCulture/PublicArt/ or by contacting the Public Arts Officer at [email protected] or 091 536588