November 19, 2017

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

UK artists and practitioners invited to breathe new life into Waltham Forest’s unloved spaces

Making Places is an ambitious £1m arts and cultural programme, funded by Waltham Forest Council, aiming to revitalise the area with artwork, which will have a huge impact on local communities and surrounding neighbourhoods.

Stage one of the Open Call launches with 14 sites on Wednesday 23 August 2017, closing on 8 October, with more to be announced in November. Proposals can cost up to £40,000

The judging panel include some of London’s creative elite from the Barbican, London Festival of Architecture and Soho Theatre Winning projects will be installed throughout 2018.

Managed in partnership with Create, Making Places Open Call invites talented artists, architects, designers, collectives and creative practitioners from anywhere in the UK to propose an idea for one or more of the nominated sites with an imaginative installation or intervention. Applications must be submitted by visiting www.makingplaces.co.uk.

These spaces present blank canvases where creativity can bloom, from small green spaces and high streets to underpasses and other public spots. Suggested ideas include: lighting installations, growing spaces, art works, sculptures, play equipment, outdoor furniture and more. The challenge is to present an idea that uses innovative creative flair whilst bearing in mind the interest of members of the community. Taking this into consideration, projects will need to have a minimum lifespan of five years and require low-cost maintenance.

Proposals of up to £40,000 per site will be considered and the winners announced in mid-November 2017. There is no limit on the amount of proposals an artist can submit, but a maximum of four sites will be awarded to any one applicant. Installations will begin in early 2018, with at least four projects to be completed before April 2018.

The proposals will be shortlisted by a judging panel comprising of experts from across the creative sector, including: Louise Jeffreys, director of arts at the Barbican; Tamsie Thompson, director of London Festival of Architecture; Mark Godfrey, executive director of Soho Theatre and Hadrian Garrard, director of Create London.

The Making Places project is funded by Waltham Forest Council and delivered in partnership with arts agency Create London.
www.makingplaces.co.uk 
www.walthamforest.gov.uk
createlondon.org

Waltham Forest Council is an innovative borough leading the way in improving residents’ quality of life through arts and culture. It is currently developing its bid to be the first London Borough of Culture. www.WFculture19.co.uk

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