This seminar wtih consultant and curator Frances Lord is intended for those who want to explore the benefits and practicalities of involving artists in the creative development of new buildings and the public realm. It takes place at PLACE, Belfast, on the 16th of August from 10.30am-1.00pm.
This seminar, directed towards local authority officers, architects, interior designers and landscape architects, will include case studies and discuss innovative ways of working with artists, selection methods, matching aspirations to budgets and best practice in terms of embedding artists within communities.
Frances Lord is a consultant and curator with a background in crafts who specialises in developing and managing public art and commissioning projects. Clients include local authorities, healthcare trusts, environmental and regeneration agencies, museums and galleries. Frances is an Artistic Assessor (craft, design and pubilc art) for Arts Council England.
Date: 16 Aug
Admission: FREE – booking is required
Note: Frances Lord is also giving a talk for makers, ‘Larger scale working: potential and pitfalls’ at the R-Space Gallery on the 15th August, 2pm-4pm.
Where: PLACE, 40 Fountain Street, Belfast, BT1 5EE