Call for Artists: Jan 2024 Part II (updated 1/14/24)

We have 25 call for artists with deadlines in January 11-31, 2024. Whether you are looking for an exhibition, an art on loan program, or an opportunity for a sculpture commission there is sure to be something just right to kick start your new year. Read through and find YOUR best opportunity today.

Be sure to also check out sculpture opportunities with Jan 1-10 deadlines at our previous call for artists.

Downtown Sculpture Walk 2024

Lee’s Summit, Missouri

Summary: The City of Lee’s Summit (MO) Cultural Arts Division is accepting applications for the 2024 Downtown Sculpture Walk, an outdoor, temporary public art exhibit. Sculptures must be available for exhibition between mid-May 2024 through mid-May 2025. The award-winning Downtown Sculpture Walk seeks to increase walkable access to public art in Lee’s Summit. The exhibit contributes to current revitalization efforts taking place in our downtown district and to the long-term vision of creating a vibrant community.

For the 2024 season, six (6) artists will be selected to install 3D sculptural works appropriate for long-term outdoor display. Selected artwork may be installed at any of the designated locations in Downtown Lee’s Summit that includes concrete pads. The Cultural Arts Division will determine the final location of each sculpture.

Budget: Selected artists will receive a stipend of $2,000 to offset costs associated with installation, travel and per diem.

Deadline: 1/12/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Open to Professional three-dimensional sculptural artists 18 + years old

Special Notes: Event Dates: 5/1/24 – 5/1/25

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The Stifel Artist Residency

Wheeling, West Virginia

Summary: Since 1930, the nonprofit Oglebay Institute has served as the cultural hub of Wheeling, West Virginia. Oglebay Institute fosters appreciation, expression and discovery by engaging people of all ages and abilities through exceptional programming in performing and visual arts, dance, history and nature.

Each residency is 12 weeks. Three terms are available: Feb 1- April 30, 2024; March 1- May 31, 2024; and April 1 – June 29, 2024. Artists are needed for each term; and may only apply for one term. First residency deadline is 1/14/24, second residency deadline is 2/9/24 and third residency deadline is 3/8/24. This residency program is supported by funding from the EQT Foundation and the Elizabeth Stifel Kline Foundation.

 *The terms are approximate and may be adjusted slightly to accommodate developing schedules. Preference given to artists working in ceramics, jewelry, stained glass, and/or print making.

Budget: In addition to teaching, residents will have access to studio space at the Stifel Fine Arts Center and will receive a $750 stipend for materials and equipment to support their artistic practice, as well as a $2500 living stipend.

Deadline: 1/14/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: The residencies are open to all professional and emerging artists, age 21 and over, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, or marital status. Should have reliable transportation for outreach programs. Preference given to artists working in ceramics, jewelry, stained glass, and/or print making. This residency program is supported by funding from the EQT Foundation and the Elizabeth Stifel Kline Foundation.

Special Notes: (Entry Fee): $30.00

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Madison Manufacturing Art Park

Asheville, North Carolina

Summary: The Madison County Economic Development Board is seeking an artist and/or artistic collaboration to submit a proposal for a permanent installation of artwork for the Madison Manufacturing Art Park. The proposal must celebrate and honor the history and impact of the Honeywell Micro Switch Facility within Mars Hill, Madison County, and the region beyond. The piece must be no smaller than 4’ x 4’ and no larger than 6’ x 6’ with a height that is no taller than 10’.

Budget: $9,500 (The total amount to be paid to the artist is $9,500.00, inclusive of the research, engagement, proposal, fabrication, the base for the sculpture, materials, travel, accommodations, any other costs incurred by the artist.)

Deadline: 12:00 noon pm Eastern 1/15/2024

How to apply: JotForm

Eligibility Requirements: The 2023 – 2024 Madison Manufacturing Ark Park application process is open to all sculpture artists and/or collaborative teams. Artists should have demonstrable project experience and be able to submit examples of work as part of their proposal submission.

Special Notes: The piece must have a lifetime of at least ten years. – The piece must be safe for interaction with the general public. – The artist is responsible for the transport and installation of sculpture to the installation site.

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Call for Gallery Proposals 2025

St Anthony, Minnesota

Summary: Silverwood Park is seeking proposals for consideration for the 2025 gallery season in the Silverwood Park Gallery and Annex Gallery in the Visitor’s Center. Silverwood Park is devoted to the integration of artistic creation and nature-based experiences. We are a unique 120-acre park in the Twin Cities area, featuring Silver Lake, restored prairie, and mature oak forests. Nature-inspired artwork is exhibited in our gallery and throughout park and classes and programs are offered year-round.

Art can be for sale. Silverwood Park retains 30% of the sale price. Any sold artwork will remain on display at the park as per contract signed between the artist and Silverwood.

Budget: n/a

Deadline: 1/15/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Artists 18 years of age or older who primarily live or work in the Midwest are invited to submit proposals individually or collaboratively.

Special Notes: Duration of installation is approximately 7- 8 weeks and in some cases, 1 month. Artists may state preference of location and month, however, this does not guarantee we can meet requests.

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Visiting Artist of Color Residency 24-25

Denver, Colorado

Summary: Through this program, ASLD hosts a Visiting Artist who identifies as Black, Indigenous, and/or a person of color for a 6-9 month long residency. The residency offers the artist access to dedicated studio space at ASLD; the opportunity to lead workshops, lectures, and community engagement programs; and culminates with a solo exhibition of work created throughout the residency. 

Each residency is tailored to the artist’s expertise anddiscipline. Selected artists lead workshops specific to themes and issues of importance to Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color and other underrepresented communities. Selected artists have a dedicated 900 sq ft studio at the Art Students League of Denver for the duration of their residency.

Budget: Artists will receive a monthly stipend to cover housing and living expenses as well as studio materials.

Deadline: 1/15/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: While the Visiting Artist of Color Residency prioritizes Black, Indigenous, and/or artists of color, the program is not exclusionary. Artists are selected through an open application process, with input from a panel of community members. This program is open to national and international* artists 21+ years of age who demonstrate strong work that complements ASLD’s faculty, with priority given to artists from outside the Denver metro area.

Special Notes: (Entry Fee): $25.00

Ideally, residencies will begin September 3, 2024. However, there is some room for negotiation.

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2024 Art in the Heart

Farmington, New Mexico

Summary: The mission of the Art in the Heart of Farmington, NM is to promote sculpture as a public art form that enhances Downtown Farmington and promotes artists from the four states of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. Up to 12 sculptures will be chosen by a juror to be displayed for up to one year and made available for sale.

Works of art should be compatible in style, scale, material, form and content with the Farmington Downtown area and have a broad range of appeal to the general public.

Budget: Selected artists will receive a minimum of a $500 honorarium based on distance traveled. In addition, they will receive lodging for two nights and are invited to attend an artist’s reception in Farmington, New Mexico, details to be determined.

Deadline: 1/15/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Artists from any of the four states comprising the Four Corners region are eligible, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona.

Special Notes: (Entry Fee): $25.00

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Underwater Sculpture Garden Round 3

Pompano Beach, Florida

Summary: The City of Pompano Beach is looking to commission an artist/artist team for a work for hire project to design and fabricate a sculpture that will be displayed at the beach for a one year. After a year, it will be submerged into the ocean and attached to Lady Luck in Shipwreck Park. It will be the selected artist’s responsibility to work with South Florida Diving Headquarters to sink and attach the sculpture.

Theme for this project should focus on native marine life or other things synonymous with Florida, realistic or fictional. The artist should consider what the artwork will look like once it is submerged and becomes an artificial reef. It is important to note, that after a few months the artwork will contain moss and other marine life. The artwork should maintain it’s aesthetic. The artwork should not exceed 3 ft. x 6 ft. in size and weigh a minimum of 500 pounds. It must be clean and free from asphalt, petroleum, other hydrocarbons and toxic residues.

Budget: $35,000. The City will supply an additional $7,000.00 towards the installation, documentation, and other fees associated with the sinking and attaching of the artwork to Lady Luck.

Deadline: 1/17/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to all professional artists in the continental US.

Special Notes: Artist will also need to contact Shipwreck Park for details on connecting the artwork as part of the final approval process.

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City of Wichita Country Acres Dog Park (new)

Wichita, Kansas

Summary: The City of Wichita invites professional artists and artist teams with a demonstrated history of completing complex, permanent, outdoor public art projects to submit their qualifications for a $50,000 public art commission for Country Acres Dog Park. Based on initial public engagement, the community requests that the artwork be kinetic and tactile. Audial, electrical, water, and found object elements do not apply to this project.

Budget: $50,000

Deadline: 1/17/24 4:00 p.m. CST

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: The artist or team must be located in the Wichita Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which encompasses Sedgwick, Butler, Harvey, Kingman, and Sumner counties.

Special Notes: Construction is scheduled to begin in late spring/early summer of 2024. It is anticipated that the construction will be completed in late July/early August. Emerging artists are encouraged to apply.

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Puma Park Call for Art

Centennial, Colorado

Summary: The South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s Public Art Committee (PAC) requests proposals for permanent artwork. Likely locations would be between S Ogden Way and the playground area or along the trail. For maintenance purposes, the artwork and foundation must be at least five feet from boulders, trees or other objects.

Budget: $25,000

Deadline: 1/18/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to all artists residing in Colorado who have the background, experience and reputation for completing such a project. Commissioned or artist-owned work, if appropriate, will be considered. The selected artwork may not be duplicated within 200 miles of the site.

Special Notes: Finalists will be chosen to present design concepts that best convey their ideas. Finalists will be asked to present their ideas to the committee during an interview process and will be paid a $100 proposal fee.

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Glendale Public Art RFQ (three opportunities)

Glendale, California

Summary: This call for artists will reach out for three different project opportunities in the City of Glendale. The aim for all three artwork opportunities is to create world-class public artwork in a diverse range of mediums that are designed to engage the community, and showcase the cultural diversity of the City and enhance the various civic and public spaces.

Budget: based on scope of work.

Deadline: 1/19/24 (5pm PST)

How to apply: Submittable

Eligibility Requirements: Artists age 18 or older may apply as an individual or as a team.

Special Notes: When applying to the RFQ, Artists and Artist Teams may apply for one or multiple opportunities that they feel they can develop strong concepts and visions for.

Click here to read more about this call for artists (download PDF)

Cultural Center at the Opera House Sculpture

Havre de Grace, Maryland

Summary: The Havre de Grace Arts Collective Public Art Committee, in collaboration with the City of Havre de Grace Arts Commission, is seeking proposals for outdoor public sculpture at the Cultural Center at the Opera House.

Budget: $40,000 (not to exceed)

Deadline: Jan. 19, 2024

How to apply: mail or email, see link below for details

Eligibility Requirements: Open to all artists 18 and over. Artists in Havre de Grace and Harford County are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Yokna Sculpture Trail

Oxford, Mississippi

Summary: the Yokna Sculpture Trail, provides between 15 and 20 large-scale sculptures throughout the local campus and community. The program selects approximately half its exhibition annually which then rotates on a staggered two year exhibition schedule. The 2024 call for entries welcomes submissions from locally, regionally and nationally exhibiting artists. The sculptures selected for 2024 will be exhibited in four distinct locations throughout Oxford, MS from April 15, 2024 to March 1, 2026.

Artists may submit up to three completed outdoor sculptures per application

Budget: Each artist whose work is selected and installed for the duration of the contract will receive a stipend of $2000 per sculpture to defer any travel and transportation costs for delivery and removal of the sculptures

Deadline: January 22, 2024

How to apply: Jotform

Eligibility Requirements: The Yokna Sculpture Trail submission process is open to artists 18 years of age or older who are legal residents of the United States.

Special Notes: All works must be original and completed within the last five years. Exhibited works may be for sale during the exhibition period, but the work must remain on site for the duration of the exhibition. Yoknapatawpha Arts Council will receive a 15% commission on any sales handled through the Yokna Sculpture Trail program.

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Ray Charles Easley Memorial Sculpture RFQ

Chicago, Illinois

Summary: DCASE, Alderman Christopher Taliaferro, and the 29th Ward seek to honor Ray Charles Easley for his significant contributions to the Chicago Westside community. Successful public art proposals will approach the artwork’s subject with a deep understanding of Ray Charles Easley’s personal story and his leadership role in impacting the Westside of Chicago. Successful proposals will address its site with a bold and creative vision that is sensitive to the historic setting. Designs will be informed by a robust community engagement process involving the artist and interacting with project area neighborhood residents, Ray Charles Easley’s family, historians and organizers. Designs should include elements of an appropriate size, scale, likeness and orientation to engage viewing from multiple potential vantage points.

Budget: Finalists will be paid a $1,000 honorarium to develop proposals. The artwork commission will be $75,000, inclusive of all costs and fees for the artist to execute the project from design through structural engineering, fabrication, site preparation, and installation.

Deadline: 1/22/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open nationally to all professional artists and artist teams, though the project advisory panel may have a preference for locally-based artists and artist teams.

Special Notes: The artist and/or artist team will need to work with the City to respond to feasibility issues if they arise in response to site conditions as dictated by engineering or public safety concerns revealed during further project development.

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heARTS of LYONS 2024 Call to Sculptors

Lyons, Colorado

Summary: The heARTS of LYONS Outdoor Arts Collection is a perennial celebration of art and sculpture displayed outdoors throughout the quaint mountain town of Lyons, Colorado. We encourage town visitors to purchase the works and if this happens, we ask the artist to replace the work with a similar piece and provide a 5-10% commission to the Lyons Arts & Humanities Commission.

Generally the Town of Lyons will provide (red sandstone) landing bases for each work.  Artists are responsible for getting their works to/from the landing site.

Budget: A $1000 honorarium is paid to the artist

Deadline: 1/22/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Colorado artists only please.

Special Notes: Artists must be willing to agree to a two-year placement and sign a formal Artist/Lender Agreement.

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2024 Shenandoah National Park Artist-in-Residence Call

Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Summary: Shenandoah National Park’s Artist-in-Residence program offers professional artists an opportunity to live and work in this exceptional environment for three weeks. The works completed during the program will serve, through the creativity of the selected artists, to deepen the understanding and appreciation of Shenandoah National Park. The Park’s Artist-in-Residence program is supported by a generous donation from the Shenandoah National Park Trust.

Artists must provide their own personal art supplies during their residency. A vehicle is required for the residency.

Budget: A small stipend for travel, subsistence, and to support material for public programs will be provided to the artist. The artist will be housed in a furnished room at the Skyland Lodge in Shenandoah National Park.

Deadline: 1/23/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Professional artists including writers, composers, craftsmen, painters, photographers, sculptors, storytellers, musicians, videographers, poets, and all visual artists are encouraged to apply. 

Special Notes: $5.00 entry fee

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Newport Beach Civic Center Sculpture Exhibition – Phase IX

Newport Beach, California

Summary: The City of Newport Beach (City) announces a call for entries for Phase IX of its ongoing Sculpture Exhibition to further activate the splendor of its Civic Center Park. Up to ten artworks may be selected and showcased for two years in the 14-acre, ocean-view site specially designed by renowned landscape architect Peter Walker as an intended sculpture garden.

Artists, private collectors, galleries, and museums/non-profit institutions are invited to submit artworks for consideration to be installed from June 2024 to June 2026. The City seeks a well-balanced exhibit of Public Art emphasizing a variety of styles, types, and sizes; and a diverse pool of artists.

Budget: $5,000 honorarium, all-inclusive

Deadline: 1/24/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: All applicants must be over the age of 18. This call is open to all professional artists and artist teams, private collectors, galleries, and museums/non-profit organizations, in any country.

Special Notes: Submitted works, however, must be complete, in installation-ready condition, and physically located in the United States at the time of submission. The exhibition budget does not allow for the costs of overseas transportation.

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Outposts Phase III

Bernalillo County, New Mexico

Summary: The Bernalillo County Arts Board solicits a call for artists to submit qualifications to create five mid-size outdoor sculptures. The Arts Board will select five different artists to each create a sculpture for the project, for a total of five sculptures.

After the initial proposals are juried, up to 15 semi-finalists will be selected to develop detailed designs for the sculptures. Finalists will be paid a stipend (TBD) for the designs and the Arts Board will then select five finalists to create the new sculptures. 

Budget: The established budget for Phase III is $25,000.00 per sculpture.

Deadline: 1/25/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Regional artists residing in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Arizona, Colorado and Texas are eligible to participate.

Special Notes: The sculptures should be approximately 15 feet in height with a 7-foot pedestrian clearance. Each sculpture will be attached to a metal pipe with a diameter of 6” that will be set into a cuff and base provided by Bernalillo County.

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Sculpture on the Town 2024

Morganton, North Carolina

Summary: A top priority of the Morganton Cultural Arts Commission is to implement public art in public spaces. Hence the Call to Artists for large sculpture to be placed on 3 sites around town. The sculpture should be in scale with the space and safely conform to a circular concrete base of 10 feet in diameter and 12 inches thick, and its surroundings. Minimum/maximum size for the sculpture is 10 feet – 15 feet.

Budget: An honorarium will be awarded to each artist whose sculpture is selected in the amount of $3000

Deadline: 1/26/24

How to apply: See link below

Eligibility Requirements: The project is open to anyone 18 years or over who is able to complete the requirements as specified, including the designing, fabrication, delivery, installation and pick-up of the artwork.

Special Notes: The Artist must submit a total “for sale” price. If a piece is not “for sale” then its a value of the piece shall be submitted and noted as NFS. The Artist shall be responsible for all transactions and installations for sales after the event has concluded. The MCAC is not taking commissions for sales.
The MCAC reserves the right of first purchase at time of selection and visual inspection at installation.

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Sculpture at Generations Park at Boys Ranch-RFQ

Bedford, Texas

Summary: The City of Bedford is looking for a qualified artist or team in the state of Texas to design and install a permanent outdoor sculpture at Generations Park at Boys Ranch. Three artists will be chosen by a selection committee to proceed to the request for proposal stage (RFP) and will each receive a $1,500 stipend for their design proposal. The selection committee will then select one artist to move forward with this project.

This project will be the second sculpture at Generations Park at Boys Ranch and will be the next step in the City of Bedford’s overall goal to create a sculpture park at this location.

Budget: $40,000

Deadline: 1/26/24

How to apply: See link below

Eligibility Requirements: This request for qualifications is open to professional artists or artist teams within the state of Texas, age 18 and over, with experience in the design, fabrication, and installation of public sculptures. Emerging artists with little or no public art experience who are interested in entering the public art field are also encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: The sculpture should be site specific and original

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Gateways to Change: Hanover St. Creative Placemaking RFQ

Brooklyn, Maryland

Summary: With generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts, Greater Baybrook Alliance (GBA) is pleased to announce the Gateways to Change: Hanover Street Design Competition. We are looking for visionary design and public art practitioners to develop concept designs for up to eight potential sites on South Hanover Street, the Brooklyn community’s main commercial corridor.

Budget: $100,000– Three selected finalists will receive an payment of $4,000 to develop conceptual designs for 3-8 sites identified along the Hanover Street Corridor based on a total project budget of $100,000.

Deadline: 1/31/24

How to apply: See link below

Eligibility Requirements: Practitioners residing or headquartered in the USA. We are intentionally encouraging a wide range of creative practitioners to apply; there are no specific educational or professional requirements.

Click here to read more about this call for artists or to apply (download PDF)

Sculpture in the Square 2024

Fort Collins, Colorado

Summary: Six sculptures will be chosen for our year long, outdoor exhibit that will be installed on Saturday, April 27, 2024 and remain for one year. We are accepting highly durable and resilient sculptures of any media, that are at least 4 feet tall, from artists nationwide. Each artist may submit up to 3 pieces

Budget: Each artist will receive a $1,000 honorarium plus expenses if traveling over a hundred miles

Deadline: 1/31/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Artists nationwide

Special Notes: A People’s Choice of $1,000 will be awarded at the end of September in 2024.

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Marshall White Community Center Public Art

Ogden, Utah

Summary: Ogden City’s Public Art Program seeks to commission an individual artist or a group of up to three separate artists that will work together as an artist team with the Ogden City Arts staff, project architects, and the Ogden City Arts Public Art Selection Committee to explore public art opportunities for the new Marshall N. White Community Center. The selected artists or artist team will help design and create public art that will be placed in three separate locations in the new building. The selected artist or artist team will be expected to collaborate with the Arts Advisory Committee and Ogden City Arts.

Marshall White was a World War II veteran, youth mentor and Ogden police officer who was killed in the line of duty in 1963. A Black man who died in the heat of the U.S. civil rights movement, White became an important symbol for the Ogden community and the city built and dedicated a recreation center in his name five years later.

Budget: $200,000 (for 3 separate works)

Deadline: 1/31/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to artists nationally.

Special Notes: Artworks could be created using diverse media, including, but not limited to painted murals, reliefs, mosaic, and sculptural applications. Durability and ease of maintenance is important at this location. Exterior location media and materials must be suitable for outdoor display, such as metalwork/stainless/bronze type sculpture.

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East Hill North Community Park

Kent, Washington

Summary: Kent’s Parks Planning and Development division has developed a master plan informed by public engagement and voices of the Kent community. The artist will coordinate their work with Site Workshop Landscape Architecture, and artwork should complement the environment and views.

This selection process will consist of two rounds. In the first round, interested artists will apply by submitting a statement of interest, resume/qualifications, and images of past work examples. An artist selection panel comprised of art and design professionals and community representatives will review all eligible applicant materials received from this open call. The panel will select three finalists to create proposals.

In the second round, the three finalists will each be paid $1,000 to attend a required orientation, prepare a proposal, and present the proposal to a final selection panel. Each finalist’s proposal will include 1) A written narrative explaining the artist’s intention for the work, 2) visual renderings of the proposed artwork, and 3) a budget that demonstrates allocation of the commission award. From the Round 2 presentations, one artist will be chosen to complete the project.

Budget: $100,000

Deadline: 10:59 p.m. Pacific, 1/31/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This call is open to both emerging and established professional, practicing Artists residing in Washington state.

Special Notes: Applicants are responsible for all costs incurred in preparing or responding to this request for qualifications. All materials and documents submitted become the property of the City and will not be returned.

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Georgia Cyber Center Sculpture

Augusta, Georgia

Summary: The Greater Augusta Arts Council, on behalf of Augusta University, is requesting proposals from qualified sculptors or artist teams to create a unique, durable, low-maintenance, safe to touch sculpture. This will be placed on the grounds of the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center in a space that is easily viewable by the public.

Artists are asked to conceive sculptures symbolizing innovation, technological advancement, and the spirit of progress, particularly through collaboration and community. These works should capture the dynamic, ever-evolving nature of innovation and collaboration and highlight processes or technological advancements that pave the way for the future. The sculpture is intended to last for 50 years minimum in good condition. 

Budget: $15,000

Deadline: 1/31/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: The request for proposals is open to professional sculptors and artist teams. All members of any team that applies must be at least 18 years of age and reside in the Southeastern Region of the United States.

Special Notes: Every artist who applies for this call is strongly encouraged to research the history, mission, and programs of the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center at,

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2024 Historic Sheridan Wyoming Juried Sculpture Exhibit

Sheridan, Wyoming

Summary: Since 2002, the City of Sheridan Public Arts Committee has invited artists from across the country to participate in our On Loan Program.

Budget: If your work is accepted, the SPAC will pay a $1,000 honorarium per piece.

Deadline: 1/31/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Open to all artists residing in the US.

Special Notes: As part of your loan agreement, your sculpture will be available for sale and if sold, the SPAC will earn a 25% commission on the sale, so please price your art accordingly.

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2024 Weir Farm Artist-In-Residence Program

Weir Farm National Historical Park, Connecticut

Summary: Weir Farm’s Artist-in-Residence (AIR) Program is envisioned to be an outstanding National Park Service residency program that reflects the values and character of Weir Farm National Historical Park (NHP) by continuing the creative conversations started by the Weir Family through the work of contemporary artists.

Weir Farm is the home and studio of America’s most beloved Impressionist, J. Alden Weir

The Weir Farm AIR Program hosts 6 established or emerging visual artists per year to spend one month living and working at the Park (May-October). Artists must supply their own food, personal items, and art supplies for the duration of their residency.  

Following their residencies, artists have the option to participate in the Artist-in-Residence Alumni Program which is managed by the Weir Farm Art Alliance.

Budget: Housing and studio space are provided. Artists will receive a stipend of $400.

Deadline: 1/31/24

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Age 25+ Graduate student, Emerging Artist, Professional Artist, able to speak and read English at a conversational level. Applicants must be eligible to travel to and within the United States.

Special Notes: (Entry Fee): $35.00

Artists are required to attend a Welcome event – a small meet and greet event with Park staff, partners, volunteers held at the start of each residency that is organized by the Friends of Weir Farm.

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