New Digital Artwork - Call For Artists (Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK)

New Digital Artwork – Call For Artists

New Digital Artwork – Call For Artists

Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery and the Kent Medway National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) Partnership are seeking to commission a new digital artwork to be accessioned as a permanent artifact within their collections. This ambitious new commission will respond to the NPO partners’ museums and their contents as well as address broader themes of collecting and exhibiting physical and digital artworks within a museum context.

Click here for the application / registration

Deadline: 7 Feb 2019

The Kent Medway NPO Partnership is a consortium of four museums (The Historic Dockyard Chatham, Canterbury Museums and Galleries, Guildhall Museum Rochester and Tunbridge Wells Museum and Gallery) funded by Arts Council England (ACE) as a National Portfolio Organisation to work together to deliver excellence in the use of collections and to inspire learning, creativity, and wellbeing to existing and new audiences in their communities.

New Digital Artwork Artist Benefits

This commission is for the value of £15,000 (inclusive of VAT). This amount is to cover artists’ fees; research, development, and expenses; all digital and physical production costs, services, and hardware and software; and transport and installation.

Payment will be made in 4 equal installments:

  1. on the award of the commission,
  2. developed design,
  3. production, and
  4. delivery of the work.

About Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery

Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery houses 60,000 objects. It shares the special story of the Borough through fantastic collections of local history, natural history, Tunbridge ware, costume and textiles, toys and games, photography, folk art, and fine art. The story of Kent’s spa town is featured throughout the collection, highlighting stories from the decadence of the manor house to the Spartan lifestyle of the humble hop-picker. With support from Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council England, Kent County Council, and Tunbridge Wells Borough Council, the museum, library, art gallery, and adjacent Adult Education Centre are currently closed to be redeveloped into a new cultural and learning hub set to open in 2021.

For more information, contact luke.currall@tunbridgewells.gov.uk.

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