The Tasmanian Government's Art Site scheme is a state collection of contemporary art and includes work in a wide range of formats. All Tasmanian professional contemporary artists, craftspeople and furniture designers are eligible to apply.
arts@work can assist clients in the private, community, local and federal government sectors to develop and manage public art or design commissions specific to their needs through the Corporate Art scheme.
Current public art commissions
- Rosny College - Interactive science based artwork for an internal feature wall - $36 000
- Hobart College, Mt Nelson - Contemporary artworks either a 3D landmark entry sculpture OR 2D artworks/or furniture in the entry and lounge areas - $40 500
- The Three Cape Track, Tasman Peninsula - a suite of integrated furniture/sculptural/illustrative elements possibly including text/poetry OR ephemeral installation/s - $70 000
New public art commissions and other opportunities are advertised in the arts-e newsbyte which is distributed fortnightly - click here to register for arts-e newsbyte.
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