• Dance Hotel

    Dance Hotel

    "1940s: A soldier returning home from war dances with his sweetheart outside the Dance Hotel, where the rooms are filled with memories of the past". Site specific dance piece produced by Hayley Durward for Citymoves.

  • Tyrebagger

    Tyrebagger

    Tyrebagger woods are the home to a number of sculptures, designed by sculptors with national and international reputations, who have been inspired by the environment of the wood and the hill.

  • Wave

    Wave

    Permanent Piece by artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir, sited at the Chris Anderson Stadium, Aberdeen Sports Village.

  • Big Fit

    A temporary public art project developed by the Seaton Art and History group and supported by Arts Development which weaves local myths, history, folk tales and community spirit towards a wild �seagull� chase.

  • Meet on the Green

    Meet in The Green

    A participatory art project lead by artist Amy Marletta to create a community portrait of the Aberdeen Green and the people who live, work and visit the area.

  • By Order of Me

    By Order of Me

    By Order of Me was a public artwork on Broad Hill, inviting Aberdeen residents to see the city through the eyes of its young people. Part of "Extreme", an Inspire project supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.

  • Dance Hotel

    Dance Hotel

    "1940s: A soldier returning home from war dances with his sweetheart outside the Dance Hotel, where the rooms are filled with memories of the past". Site specific dance piece produced by Hayley Durward for Citymoves.

  • Tyrebagger

    Tyrebagger

    Tyrebagger woods are the home to a number of sculptures, designed by sculptors with national and international reputations, who have been inspired by the environment of the wood and the hill.

Welcome to Public Art Aberdeen

Public Art Aberdeen is a new website dedicated to public art in Aberdeen. The site aspires to support production of new work in the city, break down barriers for communities, individuals, organisations and businesses to become involved in public art and to promotebest practice.

Within the site we have:

'The Public Art Toolkit', an online resource to support artists, communities and organisations through the various stages of commissioning public art.

News on upcoming events and opportunities.

Case Studies, example of best practice in the city.

Funding, information on our public art funding streams and commissions.

To start with you may want to look at our FAQssection

Upcoming Events

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to be added to our online mailing list for news on opportunities and events as they come up please email your details to publicart@aberdeencity.gov.uk

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