Sea Cycles is an event offered through The Pool Project (see information attached) whose aims are to explore, reveal and celebrate the origins of the city of Liverpool, in doing so contemplate, and indeed influence, the city's destiny.
Sea Cycles is a one day event on the 18th of September, where a fleet of converted cycles, scooters, tricycles, rickshaws... follow the route of the Liverpool's underground tidal pool, from close to its source in William Brown Street to its mouth on the river Mersey near the Maritime Museum.
We now urgently require artists to host workshops due to run throughout August.  We are looking for artists that can imaginatively work with and utilise material - with the ability to work with people to create structures and help realise ideas for the boat/sea themed 'cycle' procession.  The work created in the workshops will be adapted so it can mount the various transport (cycles, scooters skateboards, passengers...) to help it resemble a sea theme.
If you know of any potential artists who might be suitable is it possible to pass on my details or forward this to people who might be interested, or call me directly.
We propose to hold an informal interview with recommended artists on Tuesday the 26th July, as time is limited!
If you require any more info then please don't hesitate to contact me
Thank you for your help.
Annie MacLean
Sea Cycles Project Manager
0774 323 7970

More Info: SEACYCLES.pdf