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Open Call: Permanent Lighting Installation, The Amelia Scott Building

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Supported by Arts Council England, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and Kent County Council invite artists to submit ambitious and exciting proposals to create one or more of seven large-scale artworks in response to the launch of their major capital commissioning programme for The Amelia Scott Building.

Each artwork will become part of the fabric of the new and redeveloped buildings that comprise The Amelia Scott in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Funded using generous grants from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England, The Amelia Scott will house a unified service which brings together cultural, educational and information services in one conserved and modernised set of buildings.

The Amelia Scott invites proposals for a permanent lighting installation to be situated at the main entrance foyer in preparation for the reopening of the building due in spring 2022. This artwork will provide dynamic illumination to the main entrance and be one of the first experiences visitors encounter when entering this unique integrated use space. The commission must embody the innovative vision of the Amelia Scott Building through its integration of arts, heritage, learning, well-being and information services.

There is a total project budget of £45,000 to cover fee, production, construction, delivery and installation.

Full information and details of how to apply can be found here

Expressions of interest for commissions must be registered via the Kent Business Portal by midday, Monday 18th January - before a proposal is submitted (by midday 25th January). 

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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