UPDATE: Let’s Get Creative – Neighbourhood Arts Programme

Supported by funding from Bristol 2015 European Green Capital, arts projects will spring up all over Bristol, right from the tip of Avonmouth to the toe of Dundry View. They’ll be driven by communities and created with professional artists and makers to inspire Bristol to become a healthier, happier city.

The project will be shaped from input from individual residents, community groups and local businesses. Each Neighbourhood Partnership will be awarded £10,000 and full details can be found here: NP3 Neighbourhood Arts Project

On Thursday 19 March there is a chance for residents to talk to the Bristol 2015 neighbourhood arts team at Westbury Library, between 6.00 and 8.30pm. Further details can be found here: Talk to the Neighbourhood Arts Team

Final Public Consultation date is Sunday 29 March 2015 and, after the public consultation, project advisors from the local area will be consulted to finalise a creative brief. Then, in early April, the artist/maker or facilitators brief will be publicised for 6 weeks. The commission will be for £10,000 which includes all project fees, materials & expenses, although volunteers may be provided to assist on the project.

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