Tuesday 23 October – drop in between 1.00pm and 7.00pm
Bath & North East Somerset Council. The Guildhall, High Street, Bath – Brunswick Room
You are warmly invited to attend a consultation exhibition which is intended to stimulate discussion, ideas and comment about:
- Possible sites for temporary public art exhibitions and trails – such as the King Bladud’s Pigs, Lions of Bath, and Art at the Edge athletes
- Improved information and promotion of events – currently achieved through banners and A-boards
- Celebrating festivals and events with decorations and flags
The exhibition will be open from 1.00pm and there will be three presentation sessions at:
1.00pm – 2.00pm
3.00pm – 4.00pm
6.00pm – 7.00pm
However you are welcome to attend at any time during the afternoon and early evening.
The Council is working with Vaughan Thompson from Place Studios (public realm consultants) to develop agreed locations for temporary public art, options for communication of events information on-street, and best approaches to dressing the city for festivals.
Place Studios and Bath & North East Somerset Council Arts Development team will be present on Tuesday 23 October to talk to you about the options and proposals currently under consideration. We are very keen to hear your views – please do forward this invitation to others who may be interested.
Senior Arts Development Officer
Bath and North East Somerset Council, Arts Development
Abbey Chambers, Kingston Buildings, off York Street, Bath BA1 1LT