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Thursday 15th September 2016 at 12pm 0 Comments

Public Tenders issued by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and on behalf of client organisations.

Lough Neagh Landscape Partnership – Visioning
lands for Nature and Community in the South
West of Lough Neagh

Call for artists.

Lough Neagh Partnership Ltd. has secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to deliver the Lough Neagh Landscape Partnership Programme which aims to address the heritage needs of the Lough and its shoreline on a holistic integrated landscape basis. The Programme will deliver 27 projects that relate directly to the conservation of the Lough’s natural, cultural, and built heritage.

As part of the Lough Neagh Landscape Partnership's Saving Nature programme the partnership wish to commission a suitably qualified individual/artist to draw and deliver an artist’s impressions/elevations which can be presented to support the project concept to local community.

The tender remit is for two areas:
1. An Artists impressions of what the landscape could look like after our project has delivered works on the grounds, and – to be delivered by Apr 30th 2019
2. The development of workshops to engage with the community, resulting in artists impressions of what the community would like to see in the area – through the Saving Nature Project – to be delivered via 5 workshops from April – Sept 2019.

The Lough Neagh Landscape Partnership has identified this visioning process as an integral part of our exploration of what could be delivered in this area. The first part of the tender remit will deliver artists impressions of the work described within the Saving Nature project.

View the project description here.

Deadline for Tender Submissions
Please submit your proposal by email to Siobhan.Thompson@loughneaghlp.com and mark in the subject field “Visioning lands for Nature and Community in the South West of Lough Neagh” by 12pm on Friday 25th January 2019

 

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