Palace Theatre Poster Project – Artist Call Out II CLOSES 6 JULY

Calling artists, designers, (trouble) makers, shakers and doers to design your own theatre poster for an International Paste Up Project featuring in the Troublemakers’ Festival.

Following on from Theatre Lane Project we are now working on an amazing project that will feature in Swansea, U.K. The Palace Theatre is currently sitting dormant on High Street but, once, it was filled with people watching the Charlie Chaplin on stage. THe history of this building is lustrious and inspiring. This heritage theatre situtaed on a unique corner location deserves a resurrection and we want you to start with making a theatre poster for this temporary art project.

Posters will be printed and pasted up as temporary artworks along High Street as part in coalition with the Troublemakers’ Festival in July 2017.

We would like posters to advertise shows, imagining what could have, did or might in the future happen at The Palace. The posters will be raise the profile of the building and the campaign to save

The history of 156 High Street is rich with interesting and significant cultural stories. Did you know it was the first place in Wales to show a silent film?
This is a chance to draw on the rich cultural history of The Palace and the amazing potential for its future to create your very own poster.

Email your poster to simone[at]streetartwalking[dot]com[dot]au before 15 June 2017 to be part of this temporary artwork.

*Posters may be printed in a range of sizes from A4 to A0 and in black and white or colour. Mutliple submissions will be accepted.

Posters Due 6 July 2017
Festival 13-16 July 2017 (Posters will be pasted up along High Street near The Palace)

Find out more about here:

The Palace Theatre Paste Up Project is a cornerstone project of From the Station to the Sea, a collaboration between Volcano Theatre and Coastal Housing Group funded through the Arts Council of Wales’s Ideas : People : Places initiative.

Category: News
Region: Newcastle
Artform: Visual Arts New Media And Design,

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