Aberdeen Inspired Call for Locals Participation
Aberdeen Inspired today issued a call for local people to get involved in ‘Stuck Up’ a worldwide collaborative project which will see a massive ‘Paste Up’ project take place in Aberdeen City Centre as part of Nuart Aberdeen.
A wall spanning nearly half a kilometre has been earmarked for the world’s largest paste-up wall. It will feature curated pieces from a selection of Nuart artists, archive revolutionary street art posters from partner ‘flyingleaps’ together with submissions from artists, poets and creatives from across the globe.
Locals are also being asked to contribute to the spectacle, creating a truly collaborative ‘Paste Up’ wall running from the East Green into the Tunnels which is hoped will result in it being the biggest of its kind in the world.
“This outdoor ‘gallery’ will feature international, national and local work and be a truly unique collaborative project for the city and we encourage people to take part.
“Classes can get together to create a poster from their school, university students can perhaps recreate some of their work in poster form and colleagues can have fun creating a poster of unique work for the wall that perhaps reflects the challenges they have faced over the last fifteen months.
“Nuart Aberdeen is all about making art accessible and open to everyone and ‘Stuck Up’ is a safe and novel way to involve local people in creating an original and unique piece of work for the city as part of this year’s production”.
In the spirit of inclusion which Nuart Aberdeen embodies all submissions, as long as they are not massively offensive will be used. To get involved create your posters, poems, print outs, photos and collages to STUCK UP, THE ANATOMY ROOMS, MARISCHAL COLLEGE, SHOE LANE, ABERDEEN, AB10 1AN.
The wall will be produced during the month of July 2021.
For more information, visit www.aberdeeninspired.com