We are seeking a creative practitioner, or artists collective, with experience in a public participatory practice, to produce a framework for co-curated display(s).
Deadline: 2 July 2020
This project aims to deliver a dynamic and inclusive welcome illustrating our values as a
Museum, to open dialogue and representation of all identities. In doing this we want the lived
experience of an artist of African or Caribbean heritage to inform the framework within which
we create a welcome back to our communities.
As we start the gradual reopening of Royal Museums Greenwich sites in Greenwich, we want
to use our spaces to bring people back together, to renew and to rebuild. We are proposing to
create a series of opportunities for community expression so we can listen and reimagine the
We are seeking a creative practitioner, or artists collective, with experience in a public
participatory practice, to produce a framework for co-curated display(s) which will dress our
sites as a statement of invigoration and inspiration for reopening, one that has the potential to
evolve over the summer months as the nation adjusts to its new way of life.
– This project is focused on creating an inclusive, collaborative, community response.
– The desired outcome is to evoke Togetherness sharing multiple perspectives on lived
experiences of communities living a distinct island community.
– The project will collate responses from a local and national invitation for collaboration
and contribution to building an inclusive moment of programming that engages with
the shared experience of the breaking down of barriers to meet the challenges of
- To create an innovative and inclusive welcome back statement for audiences
- To reflect on how society has endured the Covid-19 pandemic and provide a moment
of Togetherness and shared experiences
- To create an accessible opportunity for consultation around the future of the Museum
with local residents and communities of identity.
- To communicate Royal Museums Greenwichs values and commitments to creating a
more inclusive focus for local communities.
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- To create an eye-catching dynamic, positive welcome, presenting diverse voices and
perspectives on the purpose of the Museum as the sites reopen, signalling
transformational change for communities of identity.
- An impactful co-curated display that is inclusive and representative lived experiences
and sharing an optimism for the future.
- A physical display, with potential for digital representation and extension in
collaboration with local communities
How to apply
Please submit an expression of interest for this commission. We are expecting a light touch
submission in the first instance, due to the limited timescale available, more details of the
framework will be developed in collaboration with Royal Museums Greenwich after artist
- A covering letter sharing why youre interested in the commission, how it supports
your working practice and your vision for the co-curated outcome (one side of A4)
- A proposal detailing:
– Initial ideas (to evolve once the commission is appointed)
– Time frame
– Budget breakdown (materials, equipment and delivery)
- CV / portfolio / website / digital platform including images and examples of your work
Please send proposals or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 2 July 2020.
It is anticipated the proposal will be developed between 8 -15 July 2020. There is a potential date of the end of July for initial installation of the co-curated outcomes,
with an evolving display growing throughout the summer of 2020.
budget: A daily rate of £300 is anticipated with the creation of the framework taking up to 5 days.
Material budget additional depending on co-curated outcome.