Public art commission | Mary Ann McCracken and Winifred Carney sculptures, Belfast

Belfast City Council invite expressions of interest from an artist or consortium of artists to design, fabricate and install high-quality permanent figurative sculptures of Winifred Carney and Mary Ann McCracken in the grounds of Belfast City Hall.

Mary Ann McCracken was an abolitionist, social reformer and activist who fought for the rights of women and championed Belfast’s poor, and Winifred Carney was a suffragist, trade unionist and Irish independence activist.


The budget is £150,000 to include all costs.

Deadline (Stage one)

12 noon, Friday 11 November 2022.


This is a two-stage selection and assessment process. A set fee for shortlisted artists for the maquette will be payable on receipt of a complete tender submission. For further details see

To apply

All submissions and enquiries must be made via the eSourcingNI portal at



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