Public Art Commission | International Appalachian Trail - Ulster American Folk Park

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council in partnership with National Museums NI invites expressions of interests from suitable qualified and experienced artists and design teams to commission a piece of public art to be located at the Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh as part of the international Appalachian Trail.

Supported through the Fermanagh and Omagh Local Action Group’s Co-operation Scheme funded by the Department for Agriculture and Rural Affairs and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

Budget

This is a two-stage selection process. Artists/teams selected through the expression of interest assessment will be paid a fee to prepare a full and detailed proposal. The total budget for the commission is £80k.

Deadline (Stage one)

12:00 noon, Monday 7 December. 

Commission brief

The expression of interest pack can be downloaded from https://www.fermanaghomagh.com/tender/expression-of-interest-public-art-commission-ulster-american-folk-park/ 

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