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- Stage 1 - Developing the Project
- 1.1 Why is the project being developed?
- 1.2 What is the site and community - and what part do they play in the project?
- 1.3 Who are the concept partners?
- 1.4 Who are the funders/practical supporters?
- 1.5 What are the desired outcomes?
- 1.6 How to Fund it
- 1.7 What is the budget? What is the breakdown?
1.8 What is the timescale?
- 1.9 What are the support inputs to the project?
- Stage 2 - Activating the Project
- Stage 3 - Creating the Project
- Stage 4 - After the Project
- Public Art Fund and News
1.3 Who are the concept partners?
The first stage assessment carried out in 1.2 has laid the foundation for a detailed evaluation of both the site and community to recognise potential partners.These partners can be identified either through direct consultation at the site or through specific interests that are linked to the artist's approach.In both cases the specialist knowledge of the local arts development officer can start this process. This may lead you to develop the work with building owners, historians, environmentalists, scientists, planners, teachers, other creatives - each project will have a different set of partners depending on the site, process and concept direction.