Field Art Projects believe that art and design can play an invaluable role in enhancing our enjoyment of the urban and rural environment.  We have a decade of experience of commissioning visual artists, designers and performers to create work within the public realm.  Projects vary from the large-scale to the intimate resulting in permanent or temporary projects to transform the ordinary and the everyday.

Latest news:

We're delighted to launch the Future Perfect website with up to date information on this ambitious public art programme for Hengrove in South Bristol, commissioned by Bristol City Council and curated by Theresa Bergne (Field Art Projects) and Jes Fernie.

Future Perfect artist designer Martino Gamper opens his exhibition Design is a State of Mind at the Serpentine this month. 

The University of Bristol has appointed Andy Holden to create his first permanent artwork.  Recently described as 'a rising star for 2014' by The Observer, Holden will propose a work for the University's Stoke Bishop site.

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