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In order to facilitate community-led engagement in the cityâ€™s acoustic environment, the Soundscapes Initiative will commission an artist / creative team to work with a local community, schools and key organisations to create proposals to mark or highlight the cityâ€™s environmental protection work.
GCC/VELOCITY are seeking project proposals to highlight and raise public awareness of the cityâ€™s noise issues, working within one particularly official Quiet Area and/or linking the ten areas. Any work is required to be presented during May 2015: â€˜being sound smartâ€™ month.
Applicants must be Glasgow based â€“ i.e. living or working in Glasgow. A total of Â£10,000 is available to the artists/creative team to deliver this commission; including all fees, expenses, materials, exhibition/presentation costs and VAT.
This opportunity is a collaboration between Glasgow City Councilâ€™s Green Year 2015 and VELOCITY. Full details and application form available at: http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=12207
Image:Â Speaker Lattice Array â€“ Brian Eno Speaker Flowers Sound Installation at Marlborough House|Dominic Alves via Flickr Creative Commons
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In 2011 we worked with partners Festivals Edinburgh, the Federation of Scottish Threatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network to support over thirty arts organisations to operate more sustainably.
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