On 27 November PHD1 Construction in partnership with Baltic Creative CIC and the Castle Fine Arts Foundry unveiled a plinth in Jamaica Street, Liverpool

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The Plinth titled “The McKeown Rice Exhibit Space “ is in memory of Claire McKeown and Paul Rice founder members of Baltic Creative CIC. Claire and Paul where instrumental in developing a vision for Baltic Creative which has contributed to the regeneration of the Baltic Triangle.

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The polished concrete plinth built and donated by PHD1 Construction is situated on land adjacent from a shop front units at 46 Jamaica Street. The artwork / sculpture on the plinth is due to change every 6-12months with Baltic Creative working with Castle Fine Arts Foundry to curate the space.

The first artist to exhibit their work is Laura Ford who works closely with Castle Fine Arts Foundry to produce her bronze cast sculptures which have been exhibited all over the world including here in the UK at Tate and the V&A Museum.

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