The first Buildings and Public Spaces commission has been awarded to Corban Walker at Park Developments, Hamilton Park, Dublin 15.

Strand 3
Buildings and Public Spaces Artists Panel

Shortlisted artists, selected through this open competition process, will be included on an Artists Panel, which will be active from 2017 to 2021. Artists applying to be considered to make an artwork for Strand 3 do not have to nominate either a location or a budget at this first stage.

From this Artists Panel, various commissioning processes will be implemented to select an artist to make work for, or in relation to, a particular building or a public place over the course of the Infrastructure programme. In some cases, artists may be directly appointed to a commission. A proposal development fee will be paid to all shortlisted artists.

Strand 3 ‘Buildings and Public Spaces’ presents opportunities for artists from across artistic disciplines, to work closely with the Fingal County Council Architects / Planning Department and the public/private sector at various stages throughout construction of new builds across the County. Artists may be engaged to commence work as part of a design team, or to make an artwork, in any art form, for when construction is completed.

Sites, places and budgets will be agreed with the Public Art Co-ordinator as they arise. Strand 3 will also provide opportunities for artists to be commissioned to work on major new developments in the County whereby the private developer is required to allocate an agreed percentage of the overall development and construction costs to the creation and production of new artwork(s) in the built environment.

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