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Green Light for the Hopscotch

3 April 2016

Ooze and Marjetica Potrc‘s project the ‘Hopscotch’ in Bristol has been given the green light. The project will be converting a school yard and its adjacent forest into a field of action and interactions for the children of Two Mile Hill Primary School.

The project is part the resilience art program in Bristol which runs during 2015 and 2016. Resilience Lab’, is a multifaceted project that combines artist residencies, public commissions and a public engagement program, as a means of investigating the role that arts can play in addressing global environmental change. It is initiated by the Bristol City Council.

The Curators are Aldo Rinaldi, Senior Public Art Officer and Producer and Curator Tessa J Fitzjohn. The Partners are Cabot Instititute, Bristol University, Theatre Collection, Bristol University, Arnolfini Gallery, CERN @ Collide

The Other artists Confirmed for the program are Marvin Gaye Chetwynd; Fourthland;Mariele Neudecker.

www.bristol.gov.uk/citydesigngroup
Art and the Public Realm Bristol: www.aprb.co.uk


project:
Hopscotch

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