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Artist sought for Antonine Wall Project at Bonnybridge

Posted on: 20/06/2019

We are looking for an artist to produce a 3D information plaque themed around Bonnybridge’s Roman and Industrial Heritage.

The Greenhill Historical Society, with the support of the Kelvin Valley and Falkirk Leader and HLF Rediscovering the Antonine Wall project plans to install a Roman/Industry themed 3D plaque to commemorate the town’s Roman Heritage. This plaque will be installed at the entrance of the Bonnybridge Community Education Centre along with other panels retracing Bonnybridge’s industrial past. The aim is to inform the public about local heritage. It will need to be resistant to weather and frequent touch as it will be used as tactile interpretation material for the community.

The 3D Cast Metal Plaque will be mounted on a roman inspired brick plinth.

For a copy of the project brief and further information please contact, Severine Peyrichou Antonine Wall Project Development Officer,  

If you are interested in being considered for this commission please send:


•             an up-to-date CV;

•             an expression of interest highlighting why you are interested in the commission and what experience and skills you would bring to it;

•             evidence of previous related commissions/work;

•             details of two references that we can contact prior to shortlisting.


The Deadline is 11:59pm 21 July 2019

Interviews will be held w/c 12 August 2019  and the contract will commence August 2019. The chosen candidate will then work with the Antonine Wall project Development Officer and the Greenhill Historical Society to develop the project. The successful candidate will be in charge of overseeing the project in all phases, from initial concept to installation. The artist will be expected to commit to a concentrated period of work during initial stages with key points at which specific outputs are required. 


The main point of contact will be the Antonine Wall Development Officer.