Call for Artists Bountiful this Month

Sculptors, Give Thanks: 23 Call for Artists

This time of year we turn our thoughts to family, friends, and all the wonderful things in our lives we are thankful for. This year the second half of November provides a bounty of opportunities for sculptors.

There are commissions and art on loan programs from Washington state to Washington D.C. And we are happy to report 2 sculpture opportunities in Ireland this month.

Also, be sure to check the most recent Call for Artists post.  Scroll to the bottom to find the lastest deadlines (we do our best to put them in chronological order within each post.)

First Hill Park

Seattle, Washington


The First Hill Improvement Association (FHIA) seeks an artist to create public art for First Hill Park, a Seattle Parks Department neighborhood park.

The Park is undergoing improvements in response to a public process conducted by FHIA in conjunction with Departments of Neighborhoods and Parks.

The selected artist or team will collaborate with the park design team led by the landscape architecture firm Site Workshop and the project will be reviewed by the Seattle Department of Parks for long-term maintenance.

Budget: $100,000, PLUS APPLICABLE CONSTRUCTION CREDITS. The artist’s contract will be organized into two phases: $25,000 for design, and $75,000

Deadline: 11/16/18, 5pm Central

How to apply: by email, see link below for more details

Eligibility Requirements: Open invitation to experienced artists who have successfully completed at least 3 similar projects on a public scale.

Special Notes: Reflecting comments heard in public process, the design team is interested in artwork that responds to the unique 1910 story of two bear cubs which were raised as pets at the Stimson Green Mansion next door. For more about this story, see “Wild Life in First Hill” link is included below. The successful art element should be playful, engaging, and have cross-generational appeal. First Hill park is approximately 122′ x 72′.

Click here to read more about this call for artists or to apply

Artist Permanent Bike Racks

Roswell, Georgia

Summary: The City of Roswell has been designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists for eleven years in a row. Roswell was the first city in Georgia to receive this recognition in 2006.

Roswell Arts Fund in partnership with the City of Roswell, Georgia, is seeking artists’ qualifications for the design and fabrication of up to ten (10) free form bike racks at high visibility locations in our retail/restaurant areas and park system. This call is for non-traditional bike racks that should be functional and artistically innovative. All bike racks will become a dynamic part of Roswell’s public art collection. All sites and installed bike racks will comply with city standards, codes, and policies as identified in this RFQ

Budget: Selected artists will be awarded a commission of up to $5000 dependent on the submitted cost analysis for design, fabrication, transportation, installation and related expenses.

Deadline: 11/19/2018 11:59 AM Central Time

How to apply: by email

Eligibility Requirements: This call is open to all professional artists and artist teams. Students enrolled in degree programs are not eligible to apply. Applicants must be 18 or older.

Special Notes: Artist Bike Racks will support and encourage bicycling and the efforts of several bike organizations such as Bike Roswell by enhancing safety, providing much needed bike parking, elevating Roswell’s brand, improving our aesthetic experience, and building our public art collection. In Historic Roswell, which is increasingly dense, adding bike racks will encourage an alternative mode of transportation addressing issues with both traffic congestion and parking shortages.

Great cities integrate art, aesthetic elements into the fabric of who they are and that means integrating aesthetic elements into the design of the structure of everyday life. Bike racks are a wonderful way to capture a city’s vibe, provoke curiosity, and a smile.

We seek artwork that captures the spirit and brand of Roswell, is compelling for residents and visitors, and connects to the cultural energy of the various neighborhoods and city. If possible, a visit to the city and potential sites is recommended.

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Canyon Country Community Center

Santa Clarita, CA

Summary: The City of Santa Clarita (City) is accepting applications from artists or artist teams who would like to be considered for a permanent artwork at the new community center. The theme is ‘Gateway’. Santa Clarita’s new community center will be a gathering place to bring people together and create a sense of local cultural space.

Budget: The estimated budget for this project is $121,500

Deadline: 11/19/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Artists 18 years of age or older residing in the United States are invited to submit an individual or collaborative artist application. Artists must have successfully completed at least one public art project with a government agency to apply.

Special Notes: All costs related to transporting and installing the artwork will be the responsibility of the artist unless otherwise stipulated. Artists are responsible for obtaining any required engineer drawings. The artist is responsible for each step of the artwork installation

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Hood River BIG ART Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

Hood River, Oregon

Summary: In its fourth season, the Art of Community, Hood River BIG ART outdoor sculpture exhibit consists of up to 25 Sculptures on loan from artists around the country.

Budget: n/a

Deadline: 11/19/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: national

Special Notes: there is a $15 entry fee for this exhibition; organizers are working on a tight time-frame, so please submit either works that are available or works that can be fabricated within the time lines. The 2-year period will run from the beginning of March 2019 to the Beginning of March 2021.

“The potential buyers that might be viewing your art is quite significant. The Artwork will all be professionally photographed in their site and we will be designing and printing 20,000 Walking Tour Maps and distribute then throughout the Pacific Northwest to help improve your exposure to new customers. Please see our”

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Highland Park Seeks Outdoor Sculpture To Mark 150th Anniversary

Highland Park, Illinois

Summary: The Cultural Arts Commission is looking for proposals for a new outdoor sculpture in Highland Park to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary. The city’s sesquicentennial steering committee identified the Highland Park Fire Department headquarters as the preferred site for the new public art, although alternative sites may be suggested. The city has invited interested and experienced artists to come check out the site later this month in person and discuss criteria for the piece and said it hoped to unveil a new piece of public art next year.

Budget: $80,000

Deadline: Nov 19, 2018 5pm Central

How to apply: electronically, see link below for details

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is an open international competition for the selection of a permanent exterior work.

Special Notes: Finalists will be selected Nov. 29 and interviewed the following week. The commission will make recommendations the week of Dec. 10 and the City Council would be expected to select artwork Jan. 7, 2019 and installed by the end of September 2019

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Sculpture to Honor student volunteers at the Coppell Nature Park

Coppell, Texas

Summary: Coppell Arts Council, in conjunction with the Friends of Coppell Nature Park and the City of Coppell are seeking proposals for a sculpture to be installed at the Coppell Biodiversity Center or in the adjacent gardens. The sculpture should honor the numerous Eagle, Boy, Cub and Girl scouts that have so generously given their time to the Coppell Nature Park. Although all proposals and art styles will be considered a figurative sculpture of a Scout has been discussed by the group.

Budget: $8,000

Deadline: 11/20/18

How to apply: email, see link below

Eligibility Requirements: All U.S. artists over the age of 18

Special Notes: Coppell Arts Council will provide any required concrete pad and assistance with installation.

Sculpture must be completed and installed by September 30,2019

Click here to read more about this call for artists including application details

Artwork for Town Hall

Zionsville, Indiana


Located a mere 20 minutes north of Indianapolis, quaint and quiet Zionsville provides one of the most enviable lifestyles of any town in Indiana. The excellence of the school system, the strong home values, the highly educated and close-knit community, and the 400+ acres of parks and trails attract families and businesses who seek a small-town atmosphere close to big-city amenities. A visit to Zionsville includes shopping at one-of-a-kind boutiques and stores along the historic brick Main Street, visiting a variety of art galleries of nationally-known artists, and dining choices to fit every taste and budget at locally-owned restaurants.

Town of Zionsville staff moved into a new Town Hall in fall 2017. Zionsville Town Hall is home to the following departments: Administration, Planning & Economic Development, Finance & Records, Information Technology, and Zionsville Fire Department Administration. Also located in the building is the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce and Boone County Senior Services, Inc.

The Town is seeking artwork for the various building walls, most importantly, the front lobby wall. Artists may visit Town Hall to see the space before submitting their materials. Please make an appointment with Amanda Vela via email:

Budget: $10,000 (for 2 works)

Deadline: 11/21/18

How to apply: mail or filesharing

Eligibility Requirements: Artists over 18 and living in Indiana

Special Notes:

In the front lobby there are two sections in need of sculptural artwork or paintings. Each section measures 4’3.5” wide x 9’6” tall. Art needs to be placed in BOTH sections. The artwork could be one artwork that exists as two elements (a diptych), or may be two distinct artworks that coordinate (e.g., could be two pieces from the same series, or may have similar colors or elements). Ideally, if two artworks are selected they will have been created by the same artist; however, artwork by two different artists may be selected if there is some uniformity.

Any style or medium is eligible; however, preference is given to colorful, sculptural artwork that stands out on the cream-colored walls of the building. The artist must be located in Indiana at the time of the sale and must be a resident of Indiana for the foreseeable future.

Click here to read more about this call for artists and for details on how to apply

SPACES Sculpture Trail, Alabama

 Huntsville and Madison, Alabama

Summary: The SPACES Sculpture Trail partners are seeking artist submittals for the 5th biennial community-wide sculpture initiative. Featuring over 27 temporary installations, the 2019-21 SPACES Sculpture Trail will feature over 40 total sculptures across Huntsville and Madison, Alabama.

Budget: $1,500 (All artists who are accepted will receive a $1,500 honorarium provided to offset the costs related to installation/removal of the artwork. Artists selected to exhibit two works in the SPACES 2019 – 21 Trail will receive a $2,500 honorarium.)

Deadline: 11/25/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: SPACES sculptures are installed on level concrete pads ranging in size from 3’x3’ to 6’x6’.  (Sculptures that do no need pad placement will be evaluated on a case by case basis by the Sculpture Trail partner sites.)  The footprint of each sculpture installed must be smaller than its pad site, and the artist must securely anchor the sculpture to the concrete pad with tools and bolts provided by the artist.

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Denver Botanic Gardens Freyer-Newman Center, CO

Denver, Colorado

Summary: Denver Arts & Venues Public Art Program seeks to commission an artist or team of artists to create an original work of art for the future Freyer – Newman Center at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The facility is located near the main entrance to the Denver Botanic Gardens, at the corner of York St. and 11th Ave., Denver, CO.  The selection panel has recommended a site-specific artwork to be integrated into the exterior plaza of the Freyer – Newman Center.

The selection panel members have set forth specific goals and parameters for this public art project with the hope of creating a unique and inspiring work of art for the diverse community that visits and enjoys the Freyer – Newman Center. The panel is looking for artworks that create a distinct connection to the natural world and demonstrate the connection between the micro and macro, as well as honor human relationships to the natural environment. Artworks should enhance the experience of those that use and enjoy the Freyer – Newman Center and could engage multiple senses, harnessing tactile and auditory components to achieve aims. The selection panel is open to artwork in all media and materials that are suitable for outdoor display. Artists are asked to be mindful and respectful of the center’s functionality, its users, the neighborhood, as well as the mission of the center as a destination for science, art and education.

Budget: $300,000

Deadline: 11/26/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to artists who currently live and work in in the United States, regardless of race, color, creed, gender, gender variance, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, marital status, political opinion or affiliation, or mental or physical disability. The selection panel is especially interested in artists that can demonstrate a deep understanding of the Denver Botanic Gardens and its mission, as well as the area’s history, landscape, and surrounding neighborhood. Colorado artists and artists working in media that is suitable for outdoor display are especially encouraged to apply.

Special Notes:

Applicants are encouraged to watch this video:

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Morristown Public Art Program- Market and Bank Project

Morristown NJ


The purpose of this solicitation is to acquire Qualification Statements from interested artists or team of artists who would proceed to the RFP process (Request for Proposals). The finalists will be notified by email, on or before February 1, 2019.

The Town of Morristown is a growing regional hub in Northern New Jersey, which over the past decade has redeveloped and revitalized its historic and walkable downtown. Recent redevelopment projects have included a financial contribution from developers to pay for the design and installation of public art. The Town of Morristown, in collaboration with Morris Arts, seeks a professional visual artist or artist team, to create public artwork within one of the most prominent redevelopment areas in the Town.

Budget: $178,000

Deadline: Nov. 26

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to all artists. New York Tri-State area artists are strongly encouraged to apply as are professional artists that have had previous experience completing Public Art projects of similar budgets and scales. Artists may apply in groups or propose to use subcontractors or additional hired labor.

Special Notes: Please note that we ask for your name to be absent from some of the requested documents. This is to ensure a fair playing field for all artists, and to avoid any bias during the selection process. Thank you for your understanding.

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Artists/teams sought to create downtown mural, sculptures

Grand Rapids, Minnesota

Summary: Artists are being sought to enhance downtown Grand Rapids and celebrate local heritage and the community’s connection to water. Approval for the Arts and Culture Commission to submit Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) from artists to create one large mural and three sculptures was granted by the Grand Rapids City Council on Monday, Oct. 22. This call for artists is in response to the commission’s award of a Downtown Business Corridor Grant from the Minnesota Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation for a highly visible and creative project that creates excitement, encourages citizen engagement and generates visible improvements.

The three sculptures will act as a series to tell a story together. One sculpture will be of a larger scale than the other two. Pre-selected sites for the three sculptures are located on corners of NE First Avenue and Itasca Street, NW Third Avenue and NE Fifth Street, and NW First Avenue and NE Fifth Street.

Budget: The budget for all three sculptures is $30,000. The selected artist/team can determine the budget for each artwork, as long as the total for all expenses does not exceed this amount.

Deadline: Nov. 26

How to apply: Detailed information on the projects and the list of required submission materials is posted on the city’s website at

Eligibility Requirements: Artist applicants must be residents of Minnesota, preferably from northern Minnesota

Special Notes: The Arts and Culture Commission wants the sculptures to have a water theme and the mural to reflect the natural environment or the significant relationship that historical and contemporary Ojibwe and/or Dakota people have with this area. One artist will be commissioned to create the sculptures and one artist will be commissioned to create the mural.

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Key West City Hall Seeks Public Art

Key West, Florida

Summary: The City of Key West, Florida, invites artists to propose artworks for one or more of five identified public spaces (interior and exterior) at the recently restored and renovated Key West City Hall.

Budget: $200,000 (total for all spaces)

Deadline: 11/28/18

How to apply: All required materials outlined above must be received by mail, certified mail, FedEX, UPS or hand delivered no later than NOVEMBER 28, 2018 by 3:00 P.M., at which time they will be opened.

Eligibility Requirements: Professional visual artists or artist teams

Special Notes: see the link below for all the application requirements

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TTU Talkington College for Visual & Performing Arts Theatre & Dance Complex

Lubbock, Texas

Summary: The Texas Tech University System seeks to contract with a firm to select and/or commission, procure, and install interior art to be placed inside the Talkington College for Visual & Performing Arts Theatre & Dance Complex located on the Texas Tech University Campus in Lubbock, TX.

Budget: $100,000

Deadline: 11/28/18

How to apply:

Eligibility Requirements: Open to All Professional Art Services, but Artists are NOT allowed to apply in teams

Special Notes: The target installation date for this project is April 2019.

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Public Art: ABQ Fire Rescue Fire Station 9

Albuquerque, New Mexico


The Albuquerque Fire 9 Art Selection Committee seeks an artist and/or artist team to join the project’s design team, which consist of the Albuquerque Fire Rescue, architects from Vigil and Associates, and project coordination with the City’s Department of Municipal Development.

Working with the Fire Station 9 design team, the selected artist/artists team will be responsible for developing, incorporating and implementing Public Artwork at the AFR Fire Station 9. Fire Station 9 will be located near the corner of Menaul Blvd and Eubank Blvd. NE, and is currently in contract document design phase.

Budget: $100,000

Deadline: 11/28/18, 4pm

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements:

Open to individual artists/ artist’s team who are current residents in the State of New Mexico. 

You must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible for this opportunity. 

Special Notes: DO NOT SUBMIT A PROPOSED DESIGN, as they will not be shown to the committee. This is a Request for Qualifications based on artistic style and approach. Finalists will be selected based upon the discretion of the Art Selection Committee

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Provision of Public Art Commissions and an Augmented Reality Trail – Hillsborough Forest Park


Summary: Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council wishes to commission multiple public artists and digital specialists to create a permanent public art DIGITAL SCULPTURE TRAIL to be incorporated into the redevelopment of Hillsborough Forest Park. The sculpture trail should be ‘Unique, Innovative and of World Class Distinction’, and as such the emphasis is on sculptures of the highest quality with a broad international appeal and incorporating cutting edge digital technology with an emphasis or AR [Augmented Reality

Budget: 15,000-160,000*

Deadline: 11/28/18

How to apply: In order to apply the artist must first register on the website

Eligibility Requirements: There are no restrictions on who applies but they should know that the sculptures will need to be installed in Northern Ireland.

Special Notes: *There are 16 sculptures in total and artists can apply for as many as they wish and they range in budget from 15k to 160k.

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Louisiana Percent for Art Program – Call to Artists- SoNAH

Lake Charles, Louisiana


The Percent for Art Program is seeking artists or artist teams to design and implement a site-specific sculpture or installation of original design for the Nursing and Allied Health Building at SOWELA Technical Community College, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

The selected project will interpret the form of the olive-oil lamp, a symbol of Nursing since Florence Nightingale first carried it during the Crimean war.

Budget: $25,000 to $27,500 for a wall mounted or free standing three dimensional artwork in the building’s entryway.

Deadline: Thursday, November 30, 2018 at 10:59 P.M. CT

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This commission is open to professional artists 18 and over, regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability. Artist teams may apply, and must designate one artist as the lead contact. All artists must have a minimum of five (5) years of demonstrated professional visual art experience (not student work). Examples of work submitted must be of original, recently completed artwork (within the last 10 years). The application, including all examples of work and supporting documents are considered the artist’s official “submission”. If any information submitted by the artist or artist’s representative, including all supporting documents, is found fraudulent the submission will be disqualified.

Special Notes: The artwork may be subject to direct sunlight (UV radiation) and must be unique, permanent, and require very minimal long-term maintenance. Specifics for the commission are included in this document. More detailed specifications will be given to artists selected to develop a proposal.

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RFQ: Willa Cather Statue for National Statuary Hall

Washington D.C.

Summary: The Selection Committee, in consultation with the Nebraska Arts Council, will oversee the RFQ process to select a sculptor (Artist) for the placement of an over life-size bronze Willa Cather statue to represent Nebraska in the National Statuary Hall in Washington D.C.

The goal of the Selection Committee is to place in the Nation’s capital the best representation of Willa Cather to magnify her successes as a renowned writer of American stories and skillful harnesser of concepts and actions for leading a full, meaningful life.

Budget: $150,000

Deadline: 11/30/18

How to apply: SlideRoom

Eligibility Requirements: This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) competition is open to all professional artists or artist teams throughout the United States.

Special Notes: There is a $10 application fee for this sculpture opportunity

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Call for Sculpture, Silverwood Park

St. Anthony, Minnesota

Summary: Silverwood Park is seeking proposals for outdoor sculpture to be installed in June 2020.

Proposals are accepted for individual and collaborative works. Artwork may include but is not limited to freestanding sculpture and site-specific installations. Preference given to site specific projects. Due to the 2 year duration of installation, seasonal or ephemeral work will not be given priority.

Materials used in construction should be appropriate to an outdoor environment and should not negatively impact natural habitat, wildlife, or park guests. Certain work might require the submission of additional information or materials for consideration. In your proposal, you may suggest a specific location or site in park that is ideal for your sculpture. However, the final site will be determined once work is accepted. The park and artist will work together to determine this.

Budget: One proposal will be selected and awarded a $10,000 honorarium to support its creation.

Deadline: 11/30/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: Artist is responsible for all associated expenses related to design, fabrication, transportation, installation, de-installation, and removal. Artists should factor these costs into their $10,000 budget. Please include a specific budget in your proposal.

Duration of installation is a minimum of 2 years. Work is to be continuously displayed during this time. Silverwood Park reserves the right to request that the artist remove or repair a work at any time during this period if circumstances require. The artist retains ownership of the work. If agreed by both parties, the duration of display can be extended.

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Call to ILLINOIS Artists: Triton College

River Grove, Illinois

Summary: The Art-in-Architecture Program of the Capital Development Board is pleased to announce a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to Illinois professional artists to create permanent original public art for the Health and Science Building at Triton College in River Grove, Illinois.

Budget: $49,300

Deadline: 11/30/18, 4:30pm

How to apply: email or mail, see the full RFQ for details

Eligibility Requirements: These public art commissions and potential purchases are open to all professional artists, artisans, or artist-led teams that live and work in the state of Illinois.

Special Notes: The artwork can be free standing, wall mounted or ceiling mounted. There is no stated preferred theme, media, or format.

Three artists/teams will be selected from the pool of eligible artists/teams and paid a fee of $1,500.00 each to develop and present site specific proposals.
Letters will be sent to the selected artists/teams with details of the proposal process and contracts.
Do not send a proposal unless you have been contacted by the Art-in-Architecture Coordinator.

You can find the entire RFQ here

Morristown Speedwell Redevelopment Project

Morristown, New Jersey


The purpose of this solicitation is to acquire Requests for Proposals.

Type of Art: Sculpture The Town of Morristown is a growing regional hub in Northern New Jersey, which over the past decade has redeveloped and revitalized its historic and walkable downtown. Morristown, in collaboration with Morris Arts, seeks a professional visual artist or artist team, to create public artwork within one of the most diverse and prominent redevelopment areas in the Town.

At just 2.8 square miles, Morristown includes diverse neighborhoods and a vibrant commercial downtown, centered around the historic Morristown Green. Over the last two decades, the Town has become a cultural and arts destination in Northern New Jersey. Morristown boasts the Mayo Performing Arts center, a multifaceted Arts venue which hosts internationally acclaimed artists. Commitment to the Arts in Morristown continues to grow as the Town seeks to highlight its unique, historic, diverse and vibrant culture.

The public art should be viewed as a destination in and of itself, as well as a part of the aesthetic of the new residential development and the neighborhood. The Public Arts Program speaks to Morristown’s rich history of innovation and celebrates the ideas of energy, movement and transformation.

Budget: $45,000

Deadline: 11/30/18

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to all artists. New York Tri-State area artists are strongly encouraged to apply as are professional artists that have had previous experience completing Public Art projects of similar budgets and scales.

Special Notes: Timing: The installation is scheduled for Spring of 2019.

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Town Branch Park: InterACT

Lexington, Kentucky

Summary: LexArts, in collaboration with Town Branch Fund, is initiating an international RFQ selection process for public art to integrate artistic design into the landscape of Town Branch Park. InterACT will engage artists to tell the story of the history and ecology of Town Branch Creek using Arts, Culture, and Technology. Artists are asked to design modern interactive artistic elements geared toward kids, making the park more accessible to all ages and elevating interaction and civic engagement in the space. InterACT will celebrate the unique cultural and ecological significance of our downtown through modern interactive programming geared toward youth.

Budget: At least one artist will be selected and paid $25,000 for design development

Deadline: 11/30/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: We are committed to a policy of providing opportunities to people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability.

Special Notes:

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Napa Art Walk 2019

Napa, California

Summary: The Napa Art Walk is a curated walking tour program that showcases regularly rotating installation art throughout downtown Napa, California.

Collections rotate every two years, and the 2019-21 exhibition will be the sixth rotation in this program. All pieces submitted for the sixth Napa Art Walk should integrate and embody a specific sense of place.

The aim of this exhibition is to prompt the public to identify their own symbolic and literal relationship to the environment(s) in which they live, and to inspire a recognition or creation of experience tied to the place in which the artwork resides.

Ten pieces will be selected by a jury and placed among twenty potential sites in Napa.

Budget: An honorarium of $2000 will be awarded for each artist the artwork will be on display from May 2019 until April 2021.

Deadline: 11/30/18

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must be established professional artists currently living or working in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah or Washington. They must be at least 18 years of age. Napa Art Walk jurors, City employees and their immediate family members are ineligible.

Special Notes: $15.00 (Entry Fee)

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Geashill Sculpture CommissionArt Walk 2019

Offaly County, Ireland

Summary: Offaly County Council wish to commission a site-specific permanent sculptural work that will both relate directly to the strategic location selected and respond innovatively to the Battle of Geashill. A specific site at Geashill has been chosen for this commission.

Budget: 35 -40,000 pounds

Deadline: 11/30/18, 5pm Irish time

How to apply: via etenders

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: Installation is scheduled for July 2019

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