If you're interested in public art, there's lots going on around the UK. Have a look at these websites to find out what's happening near you.
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Arts Council England
The national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from Government and the National Lottery.
The Art Fund
An independent charity and members organisation that exists to save art for everyone to enjoy.
Provides critical engagement and practical support to visual artists and craftspeople.
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment advises on well-designed buildings, places and spaces.
Works in arts and the environment, linking nature with culture and focusing upon the positive investment people can make in their own localities.
Cultural consultancy facilitates collaboration between artists, architects and property developers in the private and public sectors for new projects and urban regeneration.
Public Art Online
Public art information site, providing guidance and examples of public art practice from around the UK and internationally.
Network of professional and campaigning organisations, formed in 1997 to promote the value of good urban design.
Charitable organisation developing and delivering visual arts projects that place the work of artists at the heart of everyday life.
The Henry Moore Foundation
Founded by Henry Moore to encourage appreciation of visual art and preserve his legacy. Funds exhibitions and research and awards grants to arts organisations.
Project organisation set up by the East of England Development Agency to supervise a competition and subsequent realisation of a major landmark structure to put the East of England on the map, both nationally and internationally.
Culture East Midlands
One of eight Regional Cultural Consortia funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Its role is to promote the value and importance of culture in the region.
The arts and creative industries development service for Stafford Borough.
The New Art Gallery Walsall
State-of-the-art gallery in the heart of Walsall town centre. Free admission.
Educational organisation developing opportunities for visual artists to produce work for audiences beyond the art gallery. Produces public artworks and promotes debate on the artist's role in contemporary life.
Creates exhibitions, publications, multimedia, education and research projects designed to bring the work of artists from culturally diverse backgrounds to the attention of the widest possible public.
Independent agency for art in the public realm, based in London and working internationally.
London-based international arts organisation. Produces original works combining new media, visual and performing arts for intimate as well as public spaces.
Platform for Art
London Underground's public art programme.
Charitable organisation developing established and emerging artists and organisations, with particular reference to those from black, Asian and other minority ethnic and marginalised communities.
Helps people make better places through learning and education, the promotion of good design, and the imaginative use of the arts in the public realm.
Established within Arts Council England, North East in 1999 to support public art commissioning within capital and regeneration projects.
The Henry Moore Foundation
Founded by Moore to encourage appreciation of visual art and preserve Moore's legacy. Funds exhibitions and research, and awards grants to arts organisations.
Non-profit arts trust promoting new creative partnerships, critical art practices and cultural strategies in response to social, environmental and economic change.
Visual arts commissioning agency that works with artists on the production and presentation of socially engaged, collaborative and temporary projects, primarily for non-gallery locations.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
An international centre for modern and contemporary art with four indoor galleries as well as 500 acres of 18th-century parkland.
Runs a programme of events, projects, residencies and activities, seeking to develop the contemporary arts in new directions in a complex, multi-cultural environment.
Official website of the regular city-wide major art event with news and updates of projects in the area.
A creative 'not for profit' company working with artists to support new thinking and practice for the built environment and public space across the south-east region.
Cass Sculpture Foundation
Since its establishment in 1992, this charity has annually commissioned 20 monumental sculptures from emerging and established contemporary sculptors.
A contemporary arts organisation in Bristol that attracts half a million visits a year.
New Art Centre Sculpture Park & Gallery
The 19th-century house and grounds at Roche Court were bought in 1994 to be used as a sculpture park and educational centre where work is shown inside and out.
Exhibition and studio space, plus services and space for commercial creative industries.
Arts Council Northern Ireland
Supports and promotes the arts in Northern Ireland and distributes public money from government and the National Lottery.
Culture Northern Ireland
Culture listings website for Northern Ireland.
Joint project between the Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA) and Belfast City Council (BCC) with the aim of making Northern Ireland an environment of exceptional quality for all.
The Scottish Arts Council
The leading body for the funding, development and advocacy of the arts in Scotland. Distributes public money from government and the National Lottery.
Art in Partnership
Independent visual arts consultancy and public art commissioning agency.
Guide to arts and entertainment in the Highlands and Islands.
Nurtures, champions and promotes Scotland's architecture and design nationally and internationally.
Responsible for funding and developing the arts in Wales, distributing money from the Welsh Assembly and Lottery money.
Independent public art consultancy formed in 2007 through the merger of CBAT – The Arts & Regeneration Agency – and Cywaith Cymru (Artworks Wales).
Voluntary Arts Wales
Development agency for the participatory arts in Wales. Promotes and supports participation in the arts as a force for personal development, community cohesion and fun.