About Andy Kirkby
Andy Kirkby has worked as a sculptor on public realm projects for over 25 years using a variety of materials.  Recent local commissions include the ‘Garden in the forest’ sculpture for Bishop of Winchester school and 'Orrery' a large hand cranked automata, Puddletown.

About the Project Panel
The project panel is made up of arts professionals and local people including public art consultant Nicky Whittenham, Ward Councillor Lisa Northover, local resident and member of the Sea Change Boscombe community stakeholders group Steve Kent, the Council's Arts Development Officer Adam Gent and the Course Leader from the Arts University College at Bournemouth Mike Griffiths.

About the Boscombe Sea Change project
The Boscombe Sea Change project is a £455,000 scheme funded by CABE incorporating:

  • The UK’s first purpose-designed accessible beach facilities, west of Boscombe Pier
  • Creative mood lighting within Boscombe Precinct
  • A Sea Road arts trail linking the pier with the precinct
  • A visitor interpretation and new public seating within Boscombe Pier Approach.


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