The Big Art Project
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|The Big Art Project|
|Narrated by||Bill Nighy|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of episodes||4|
|Location(s)||Burnley, Cardigan, Mull, Newham, North Belfast, Sheffield, St. Helens, London|
|Production company(s)||Carbon Media|
|Original channel||Channel 4|
|Original airing||10 May 2009|
The Big Art Project (also known as Big Art) is a UK-wide public art initiative funded by the Channel 4 and Arts Council England. The four part TV series was first broadcast on Sunday 10 May 2009 on Channel 4. The project also comprises a website centred on The Big Art Mob - designed to create the first comprehensive map of public art across the UK using photographs from people's mobile phones - and significant public art works such as Jaume Plensa's Dream (sculpture) in St Helens, Merseyside.
The TV series was narrated by Bill Nighy.
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