Chrysalis Arts draws on a wide range of media and expertise in the creation of temporary and live work.
Live installations present an opportunity for innovation and experimentation with new approaches to the creation of art in public spaces. Skipton Renaissance combined video and photo projection with fireworks, fibre optic light, stone walling, steel and fleece sculpture.
Chrysalis Arts developed and managed the Travel Awareness project in North Yorkshire which aimed to get people thinking about the use of space in their market towns.
Geoff Gardener of North Yorkshire County Council, who commissioned the project, said: "This project encourages people to look around the market town they live in, and consider what alternatives could be made of parking spaces. This project is not anti-car, it is pro-town, we need towns full of vitality that encourage creative and talented people to stay in the area."
Temporary projects in Malham offered a chance for artists to develop work in the Dales National Park on a ‘Training for Real’ project.
[drift] was a collaboration between six North Yorkshire artists to create largescale projections onto the Woodend Museum in Scarborough. The project was conceived by CREATE and Chrysalis Arts to train amd mentor the artists in producing public artworks as part of the 'Festival of Light'.