WELCOME TO THE FUTURE: City Arcadia Commissions Now Living

Following our official WELCOME TO THE FUTURE City Arcadia launch event on Friday 31st July, the creative ‘proposition’ projects that will be taking place throughout Coventry’s pedestrianised precincts and Modernist vistas between August 2015 and June 2016 are now live to view online.

We are delighted to announce the artists working in collaboration with Laura Elliott & Michael Mayhew over the next year are:

Lauren Heywood
Martin O’Brien
Amelia Crouch
Sandra Bouguerch and Ashokkumar Mistry
Justin Wiggan and Creative Health
Mark Greenwood and Cathy Butterworth
Jessie Brennan
Spencer Graham
Rob Hamp
Sadie Hennessy

Over the forthcoming weeks and months, more information and event details associated with these projects will emerge. In the mean time see https://city-arcadia.co.uk/insite-summer-autumn-15/ for our current events programme.

As part of artist Ryan Hughes’ outdoor sculptural installation ‘Marking the Internet and the Physical’ located in the covered courtyard of the City Arcade (Coventry, CV1 3HW) until September 2015, visitors can also see large scale versions of the commissioned artist images, with QR codes linking directly to the online information.

A list of the 13 Research & Development projects running alongside the main commissions will also be presented on this website shortly.

For regular updates and news see www.Facebook.com/MichaelLauraCityArcadia or Tweet @CovArtspace, @thisismayhew, #cityarcadia

For enquiries email curators@coventry-artspace.co.uk

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