Two Thousand and Ten Reasons to Live in a Small Town is a public art project facilitated by VANSA and funded by the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund. The project aims to create opportunities for the insertion of contemporary art practice and thinking into new contexts and environments, reaching new audiences in new ways. The project enables artists to develop their own practice and the impact of this practice outside of major urban centres and outside of the traditional context of the gallery space. Projects will be realised between October 2010 and March 2011, and will be documented in a publication and exhibition. To find out more about this project please click here.