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Monday, October 24, 2011

Inverness Commission

from Annie Marrs
The residents of Innes Street are looking for an artist to work with their community in redeveloping the underpass at the end of the street.

Innes St grafitti 2008

The projects main focus is to improve the general aesthetic of the underpass while engaging with the local community and users to produce a design which has longevity. It is an important part of the project that the selected artist must engage directly with the community, particularly the residents and young people using the underpass.
At this stage, the New Innes Street Residents Association is looking for expressions of interest from artists who have experience working within a community setting and who enjoy the challenge of working with a variety of people who have a mix of opinions! While you may not have worked in an underpass before, you will have a passion for small to medium scale public work, and will be able to demonstrate your ability to deliver on time and within budget.
There is a fee of £3000 available for this project, with a further £4000 for the underpass. 
further info, please contact Annie Marrs, 01463 718989 or or check out
Applications must be submitted by 4th November 2011
To Apply please send:
A copy of your CV, up to six images of relevant work (CD or printed, do not send link to a website), a covering letter outlining: your artistic practice and approach, why this project is of interest to you, how you would aim to get young people & residents involved.
It is preferred to receive applications by post, if you would like your images returned please include a SAE with your application:
Annie Marrs
Arts Development Officer
Arts In Merkinch
4 Grant Street
For applications by email, please send to: (All images must be sent as JPEG)

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