Art and the Public Realm Bristol Launch
Location Armada House, Bristol
'Art and the Public Realm Bristol' launch poster, Adshell.
Courtesy of Bristol City Council. Photo by Jamie Woodley © 2011
On June 10th Bristol City Council launched its new public art website 'Art and the Public Realm Bristol' in collaboration with Ixia, the Public Art Think Tank, (Arts Council of England) at a free event in Bristol. With over 200 delegates from the public art and arts field the event featured a screening of Neville Gabie's film 'Cabot Circus Cantata'.
To celebrate 10 years of public art in Bristol, the City Council has launched a new
website to showcase a decade of groundbreaking artists’ projects in the City.
The website provides information on permanent and temporary artworks, an archive
of past projects and an interactive map to help you find one of our many works.
Visit the website for further information on forthcoming projects, events, talks,
publications and much more at www.aprb.co.uk
Art and the Public Realm Bristol is a dedicated website for Bristol’s Public Art Programme, managed and owned by Bristol City Council.
The services described in this advertisement are provided by the Council in accordance with appropriate legislation and regulation. © Bristol City Council 2011