Laneway Art program: open for entries

February 22, 2011

The City of Sydney’s Laneway Art program, revitalising the city’s forgotten laneways and public spaces, is now open for entries.

The City of Sydney’s Laneway Art program is now open for entries to the 2011 program. 2011 is the fifth year of the program, which seeks to enliven Sydney’s forgotten laneways and public spaces with temporary art installations.

Submissions can be received as *individual project proposals* – which may also include a curator who supplies a theme or statement for the artwork; or as *curatorial proposals* – which must include a curatorial theme or statement and nominate a group of artists to develop a series of temporary art projects in up to eight city laneways.

The 2011 Laneway Art program will run from October 2011 until January 2012.

For more information and to request a copy of the EOI – invitation to submit a proposal, contact Paul Brown, Tendering Officer, on ["pbrown@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au":mailto:pbrown@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au]

*Deadline for submissions* 11am Tuesday 1 March 2011

via ["Desktop Magazine":http://www.desktopmag.com.au/]

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