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Winchburgh Residency Public Art Project 2022

Winchburgh Development Ltd. (WDL) in partnership with Winchburgh Community Development Trust (WCDT) and West Lothian Council (WLC) seeks to appoint an artist/craft maker for a studio based residency opportunity in the rapidly growing town of Winchburgh.

This opportunity is for a community practice based artist / craft maker to participate in a studio based residency in which a creative practitioner spends a sustained period of time in Winchburgh. The purpose of the residency is multifaceted and will be reflective of the skills of the selected artists; to develop their work, create an arts/craft based skills transfer programme with local people to develop a start-up craft enterprise based on local heritage, local sites, design and or where possible, the use of locally available materials. The residency aims to support the appointed artist to spend equal amounts of time developing their own practice as well as offering community engagement sessions based on their own skill set.

The total project budget is: £34,000 and is non-negotiable. It includes all artist fees associated with practice and design time, studio hire costs, engagement activities, materials, any planning permissions if appropriate, fabrication and installation costs, for example for any exhibitions and any other fees associated with the project.

View the full project brief - Icon for pdf Artist Brief - Winchburgh Residency Project 2022 [305.07KB]

How to Apply

Interested applicants are asked to respond to the full artist brief and submit all documents as requested on Public Contract Scotland website, please register for your free account in order to be invited to apply:

Search for the project reference number: CC11596 Winchburgh Residency Public Art Project

West Lothian Council (WLC) is conducting a Quick Quote for the above public art project, via the Public Contracts Scotland (PCS) system.  Artists/Craft makers/Suppliers wishing to review the project documentation and potentially submit a bid for the works should ensure that they are registered on the Public Contracts Scotland Website, any supplier wishing to register can do so free of charge.

Once registered, you must submit a note of interest by email to:  this needs to include details of your business/company's name and email address as it appears on your Public Contracts Scotland registered account. WLC will use the email address supplied in your noted interest and will invite/add you to the Quick Quote once it is ready to be published online, once you are added you can upload your full application on PCS.

WLC will accept emailed notes of interest until 12 noon Friday 7 January, 2022. Once the deadline for submissions of notes of interest has past, all artists/craft makers/suppliers who have notified WLC will be invited by email to the Quick Quote which will then be published shortly after this date (you will receive email notification that you have been invited to the Quick Quote).  Any late submissions of interest will not be accepted and therefore you will not be invited to submit a bid.  You will then have until Monday noon 17 January 2022 to submit your full application through PCS which should include all requested documentation listed in the project brief.


Deadline for registering on PCS and emailing notes of interest to: is noon Friday 7 January 2022, deadline for submitting your application on PCS is noon on Monday 17 January.  Interviews will be held on Tuesday 25 January, 2022.  

For more information about the project please contact:

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