dot-art has significant experience developing and delivering public & community art works and projects. This could be anything from a mural on a hoarding to a large scale, freestanding sculpture, and can also involve and engage with target sections of the community where required (for example school children or tenants groups) at the concept, development or even production stages. Projects of this nature can often form part of Section 106 agreements and / or contribute to Corporate Social Responsibility activities.
We have worked on high profile public art and community projects for clients such as Liverpool Football Club, Everton Football Club, Liverpool ONE, Merseytravel, Liverpool City Council, Wirral Council, Alder Hey Hospital, National Museums Liverpool and many more. You can see images from some of these projects below.
dot-art works in partnership with The Reader’s International Centre for Shared Reading in Calderstones Park, South Liverpool, to deliver a programme of art activities for the community.
To find our more about working on public & community art projects with dot-art, send us an email or call 0345 017 6660