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WHEW! 25 Opportunities for Sculptors

No matter where you live in the US, there is bound to be something that tickles your fancy with this plethora of call for artists! There are commissions, art on loan programs, and exhibitions. Some require concepts with the applications, but most do not! Get ready to be inspired

Wow, we had a few sculpture opportunities already this month, but read on for more good news!


Anythink Libraries

Denver, Colorado

Summary: Anythink is seeking to commission an artist who will provide a beautiful, interactive and permanent exterior art installation, and also engage our community through a collaborative public art workshop(s) at our Anythink Perl Mack library. Anythink is looking for a partner who is excited to work closely with our staff and community and who’s values align with our own.

The vision for this project is to add a permanent exterior installation of public artwork that will be a transforming and interactive experience. It will give participants a chance to discover their own creativity and realize that each of us has talents worthy of expression. The exterior space where the artwork is to be installed is an area of approximately 28’ x 35’ and can be used in part or in total.

Budget: $10,000

Deadline: 5/11/18

How to apply: Qualification submissions are due via email by 5 pm on Friday, May 11, 2018, to Leilani Derr, Creative Lead of Art and Design, lderr@anythinklibraries.org.

Eligibility Requirements: No restrictions provided

Special Notes: conceptual sketches are not required

Visit PublicArtist.org for more details


After the Pedestal, 11th Exhibition of Small Sculpture from the Region

Cleveland, Ohio

Summary: After the Pedestal, the summer juried exhibition of small sculpture. This always critically well received exhibition is juried by an artist or curator of national and international reputation.

Budget: n/a

Deadline: Online Application Deadline: Sunday, May 13 @ midnight
Application form and fee deadline: Friday, May 18

How to apply: Application materials are submitted online, fee and application form are to be mailed

Eligibility Requirements: all sculptors, including students, currently living and working in our greater region of Ohio, its contiguous states, W. PA and W. NY, and Ontario, Canada

Special Notes: Artists may submit up to 3 works that are no larger than 3 x 3 x 3 feet

The fee to apply is $35

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


Igniting Change: Teaching Artists and Social Practice

Exhibition location: Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery, Bowling Green State University

Summary: If selected, your artwork will be on view during the symposium SculptureX 2018: Social Practice, September 28-29, 2018, hosted by Bowling Green State University School of Art, University of Toledo, Owens Community College, and the Toledo Museum of Art.

Budget: n/a

Deadline: Tuesday, May 15

How to apply: Online

Eligibility Requirements: Open to all teaching artists working in the areas of sculpture and extended media who teach at all levels in Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and western New York (Rochester and west)

Special Notes: entry fee $25; Work must be able to fit through a doorway 6ft by 8ft

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


Call to Artists for Story Mill Community Park

Bozeman, MT

Summary: Seeking artists to design, fabricate and install art elements in the nature sanctuary at Story Mill Community Park to enhance the visitor experience and connection to the theme of ‘water in the urban setting’. Up to two proposals will be selected. Partially funded by a creative placemaking grant through the National Endowment for the Arts

Budget: $30,000

Deadline: 5/15/18

How to apply: by mail. Please refer to link below

Eligibility Requirements: No restrictions, however local artists are encouraged to apply

Special Notes: Concepts are requested as part of this call

Click here to read more about this call for artists or for mailing instructions


Public Library Seeks Artwork to Commemorate 100th Anniversary

Flora-Monroe Township, Indiana

Summary: The Tippecanoe Arts Federation (TAF) announces a call for professional artists to submit their qualifications to be considered for public art that will serve as a dynamic anchor and threshold for the Flora-Monroe Township Public Library in commemoration of the library’s 100th Anniversary.

Budget: $5,000

Deadline: May 15, 2018, 4:30 pm Eastern

How to apply: via email, or Google Drive or Dropbox (see link below for details)

Eligibility Requirements: Preference will be given to artists located in or who have ties to Carroll County, Indiana.

Special Notes: All installations must be durable, low-maintenance, and suitable in form, material and content for a mixed-ages audience that will include young children.

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


“The Connecting River” Roundabout Project

Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

Summary: The City of Coeur d’Alene seeks to commission an artist or artist team to create outdoor sculptures or sculptural installations for a pair of traffic roundabouts on Seltice Way, which mark a major egress in and out of the city.

Budget: $160,000

Deadline: 5/15/18

How to apply: via CaFe.org

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to all artists who are legal US residents, age 18 and over, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disability.

Special Notes: Considerations for the design and theme of the work should include any or all of the following:

● the Spokane River, as a major waterway connection between Lake Coeur d’Alene and points west;

● Coeur d’Alene’s history, its future and the region’s natural resources;

● the significance of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s history and presence;

● requires minimum maintenance, with appropriate consideration for the area’s extreme seasonal changes. The chosen art will be for exterior installation and requires durability and characteristics to withstand the environmental elements in the Pacific Northwest.

  • be a design concept that works “in the round” and is not to be construed as traffic or wayfinding signals;

● not create a distracting situation for drivers using the roundabout, and does not draw viewers to it but can be appreciated from a distance (i.e. non-interactive); and,

● meet all applicable city building codes.

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


Luminaria 2018, Mission San Jose Interpretive Arts Program

San Antonio, Texas

Summary: Luminaria is a dynamic non-profit organization that produces San Antonio’s free annual contemporary arts festival and citywide arts activation programs.

Luminaria invites greater San Antonio area artists, galleries, bands, collectives and all creative organizations to submit a proposal for this highly competitive showcase in which one artist will be selected. Apply between April 1st and May 15th to showcase interpretive work on the grounds of Mission San José in observation of the 300th anniversary of San Antonio, Texas. The Featured Artist’s work will open on November 11, 2018 and be on display or active through January 6, 2019.

Budget: $2,500

Deadline: 5/15/18

How to apply: via PublicArtist.org

Eligibility Requirements: This call is only open to artists in the greater San Antonio area.

Special Notes: This is a separate call from the call for artist proposals for Luminaria’s free annual contemporary arts festival in Hemisfair.

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


Luminaria 2018, Contemporary Arts Festival

San Antonio, Texas

Summary: Luminaria is a dynamic non-profit arts organization that produces San Antonio’s annual after-dark contemporary arts festival. Luminaria’s FREE 2018 arts festival is scheduled on Saturday, November 10th 2018 from 7PM to Midnight, with additional community programming and ticketed events throughout the holiday weekend.

Luminaria invites you (your gallery, your band, your collective, or other creative organization) to submit a proposal for this competitive showcase. Apply between April 1st and May 15th to be part of this luminous after-dark celebration of contemporary arts during the 300th anniversary year of San Antonio, Texas.

Budget: $100,000

Deadline: 05/15/2018 11:59 PM Central Time

How to apply: via PublicArtist.org

Eligibility Requirements: This call is open worldwide

Special Notes: For the first time, Luminaria asks artists to consider the identity, history, people, land and culture of San Antonio in their application proposal in celebration of San Antonio’s 300th anniversary.

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


University of Illinois Seeks Sculpture of Pleistocene Mammoth

Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Summary: The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Art in Architecture committee is seeking to procure three-dimensional environmental artwork for the exterior of the Natural History Building (NHB), a historic building in a very visible location near the main Quadrangle of the University. The art committee proposes that the art work be a sculpture that depicts, at full scale, a Pleistocene Mammoth, in a dramatic, action pose.

Budget: $100,000

Deadline: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 4:00 P.M Central

How to apply: via mail, hand-delivery, or my email. See link below

Eligibility Requirements: open to professional artists, artisans, or artist-led teams currently residing and legally permitted to work in the United States.

Special Notes: Do not send a proposal unless contacted by the Art-in-Architecture Coordinator.

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


Oasis Sculpture 2018

Pompano Beach, Florida

Summary: The City of Pompano Beach will commission an artist/artist team for the design and installation of a sculpture that will be located at the Oasis Water Plant. The sculpture should reflect on water, the reuse of water, nature and the Oasis Reuse Program in the City.

Budget: $30,000

Deadline: 5/16/18

How to apply: via CaFe.org

Eligibility Requirements: The project is open to all professional artists nationwide. Artists are NOT eligible if they are immediate family or business partners of members of the Public Art Committee or program staff.

Special Notes: permits and insurance requirements are outlined in the call information, link below

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


Mural Artist Roster

City of Boulder, Colorado

Summary: Artists living in the Front Range Corridor are invited to submit qualifications for the Boulder Office of Arts and Culture’s Mural Artist Roster. This roster serves as a resource to identify artists most suitable for new artwork commissions, including the Creative Neighborhoods Mural Program.

Budget: n/a for this roster

Deadline: May 16, 2018; 11:59 pm Mountain

How to apply: via CaFE.org

Eligibility Requirements: Open to experienced artists living in the Front Range Corridor region of CO & WY regardless of race, color, creed, gender, gender variance, national origin, age, religion, marital status, political opinion or affiliation or mental or physical handicap. Artists working in any media are eligible to apply. Artists are not required to have previous experience in public art.

Front Range Corridor region includes Albany and Laramie counties in Wyoming and the following counties in Colorado: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Elbert, Fremont, Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer, Park, Pueblo, Teller, Weld.

Special Notes: More information about the Creative Neighborhoods Mural Program is available here: More info: https://boulderarts.org/public-art/murals/creative-neighborhoods-mural-program/

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


Natural History Building, Univ of Illinois – sculpture

Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Summary: The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Art in Architecture committee is seeking to procure three-dimensional environmental artwork for the exterior of the Natural History Building (NHB), a historic building in a very visible location near the main Quadrangle of the University.

Budget: $100,000

Deadline: 5/16/18

How to apply: hand-delivery, mail, or email. See the link below for details.

Eligibility Requirements:

This RFA solicitation for public art is open to all professional artists, artisans, or artist-led teams currently residing and legally permitted to work in the United States.

Faculty, instructors, and staff of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign as well as degree­ seeking fine art students are not eligible to apply.

Special Notes:

Click here to read more about this call for artists or for application instructions


2018-2020 ACREofART Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition

Fox Cities of Wisconsin

Summary: This is a 2 year, art on loan opportunity

Budget: $3,000 honorarium for each selected work

Deadline: Friday, May 18, 2018 5:00pm Central

How to apply: Online

Eligibility Requirements: Open to all professional visual artists, aged 18 and older.

Special Notes: A signed two (2) year lease agreement will be required after the selection process, before the honorarium is disbursed. $500 upon selection buy the Jury as awared selection. $2000 upon successful installation of artwork. $500 upon return and deinstallation of work in 2020, unless purchased prior to end of exhibition. If purchsed, remaining honorarium will be factored into negotiated price.

No insurance is provided by Sculpture Valley or the City for the value of the artwork, however artists may provide their own policies if desired.

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


RFQ for Temporary Public Art

Washington, DC

Summary:

Calling all artists, artist-teams, and designers! The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (BID) invites you to submit your qualifications to be considered for temporary public art projects to be installed at two different locations along Connecticut Avenue. The scope of work is to include the design, fabrication, and installation of two temporary artworks at the following locations:

  1. Connecticut Avenue Overlook (just south of Dupont Circle)
  2. Connecticut Avenue Median (at K Street NW)

Budget: The project budget for each of the selected artworks is up to $35,000.

Deadline: May 20, 2018, 11:59PM (EDT)

How to apply: Online using jotform (link below)

Eligibility Requirements: open to all professional artists and design teams residing in the United States. DC-based artists and design teams will be given preference in the instance of identical scoring

Special Notes: Fees for artists/artist teams cannot exceed 20% of total project budget. Up to five semi-finalists for each site may be selected to create concept proposals. Each artist/team will be paid a design proposal stipend.

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


Public Art Pre-Qualified Artist Lists

Fort Worth, Texas

Summary: As recommended by the Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan Update, a new pre-qualified list of artists will be established for upcoming projects. Fort Worth Public Art has two separate categories within the 2018 Pre-Qualified List of Artists based upon artists’ residency and experience in Public Art.

Budget: n/a

Deadline: 5/21/18

How to apply: via CaFE.org

Eligibility Requirements: o encourage local artists within the Fort Worth metropolitan area to participate, and to reflect the cultural richness of North Texas by highlighting opportunities for emerging public artists, FWPA has two separate categories within the 2018 Pre-Qualified List of Artists based upon artists’ residency. Each list has a separate application process

Local North Texas-Based Emerging Public Artist List eligibity: Open to North Texas artists who reside in the Fort Worth Metropolitan area (following Counties: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hood, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise), who work in any media

IMPORTANT: In accordance with the Fort Worth Public Art Master Plan Update, if selected for the North Texas-Based Emerging Public Artist list, applicants must have attended one of the Public Artists Training Workshops being presented in collaboration with the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, in order to be eligible for any future Fort Worth Public Art Projects. The identical program will be offered in April 2018 in Dallas and October 2018 in Fort Worth. For more information on the Workshops please visit our website (www.fwpublicart.org).

Texas and National Established Public Artist List eligibility: Open to Texas-based and National artists/artist teams who work in any media

Special Notes: Artists who have previously been on the FWPA Pre-Qualified List shall be required to reapply through CAFÉ.

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


University of Illinois Furnish and Install Interior Public Art at Illinois Street Residence Dining

Urbana, Illinois

Summary: The Art in Architecture (AIA) Program of the University of Illinois Facilities & Services is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals (RFP) to recognized professional artists, artisans, or artist-led teams, to create permanent original public artwork for the interior of the new Illinois Street Residence Dining Facility “Main Street” area.

Budget: $240,000

Deadline: May 24, 2018 2:00 P.M.

How to apply: by mail

Eligibility Requirements: This RFP is an open competition to all professional artists, artisans or artist-led teams currently residing and legally permitted to work the United States. Faculty, instructors and staff of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign as well as degree-seeking fine art students are ineligible to apply.

Special Notes: SELECTION CRITERIA
The following criteria will be considered during the selection process:
• Aesthetic Excellence – The highest priority is the inherent aesthetic quality of the artwork and its compatibility and relationship with the site as well as the way the public is intended to respond and interact with the artwork.
• Relevance – Artwork must be appropriate for and sensitive to the chosen location including surrounding architecture, local history, and community attitudes and concerns.
• Placement – The requirement for the final placement of the artwork in a location accessible to the public may influence selection.
• Element and Principles of Art and Design – The basic building blocks of all art media and all forms of visual art may be considered as long as they meet the definition of artwork for the Art in Architecture Program.
• Durability and Permanence – Resistance to theft, vandalism, and weathering, as well as structural sustainability and the potential for excessive maintenance must be considered as the work is intended to be permanent.
• Public Safety – The artwork must be safe for the intended public use.
• Technically Feasible – The artist must provide convincing evidence of his or her ability to successfully complete the artwork as proposed.

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


Rundel Library Terrace

Rochester New York

Summary: The project shall reconstruct the Rundel north terrace structural concrete and steel framing, slabs, columns and foundations. It will create a new, updated public riverfront terrace and replace the east (South Avenue) sidewalk. The new Rundel terrace will include river viewing platforms, historical and educational interpretive features, public seating, landscaping, a water feature, bicycle amenities, railings, and lighting upgrades.

Budget: $250,000

Deadline: 5/25/18

How to apply: digital files only, by email or mail, see link below for details

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: The art installation objectives should highlight the historical significance of the site and Rundel building, the Genesee River adjacency, the architectural, spatial and civic relationships at the site, and the site’s role in contributing to the vibrancy of Center City. Consideration will also be given to recognizing the symmetry and balance within the terraces, in relation to the Rundel Memorial Building’s architectural design. Lastly, the installation should reflect the use of the site as a Central Library serving the greater Rochester region

Please submit any questions regarding this opportunity by 4:00pm Friday, May 11, 2018 toBrie Harrison, Finance Officer (brie.harrison@libraryweb.org).

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


Stevens Point Sculpture Park

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Summary: The Stevens Point Sculpture Park, located in central Wisconsin, is accepting submissions of sculpture work for their annual, three-year outdoor sculpture exhibition. A local jury will choose pieces for display from August 2018 through August 2021.

Budget: Selected submissions will receive $1500 for a three-year loan of their work

Deadline: May 25, 2018

How to apply: online using Google Docs 

  1. Complete the application form on Google Docs. Form must be filled out completely. Unfinished or incomplete submission will not be considered.
    2. Submit photographs and support documents via email to pointsculpturepark@hotmail.com, by 3pm on May 25. Please put your name in the subject line. (Note: Total attachments per email should NOT exceed 10MB. If needed, send multiple emails with attachments.)

Eligibility Requirements: All are welcome to apply

Special Notes: Sculpture submissions must be self supporting; foundations or bases are not provided.

Click here to read more about this call for artists

Want to learn more about the park? Visit http://stevenspointsculpturepark.org/


Cranmer Park Public Art Project

Denver, Colorado

Summary: The Denver Arts & Venues Public Art Program, now in its 30th year, seeks to commission an artist or team of artists to create an original three-dimensional work of art for Cranmer Park. The park is located at 4501 E 1st Avenue in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood, east of Colorado Boulevard between East 1st and 3rd Avenues.

The Cranmer Park art selection panel has recommended a site-specific, unique work of art to be designed, fabricated and installed for the park. Specific locations for proposed artworks are to be determined at semifinalists’ site visit.

Budget: $75,000

Deadline: 5/28/18, 11:59pm Mountain

How to apply: via CaFE.org

Eligibility Requirements: This commission is open to artist’s or artist teams residing in the state of Colorado

Special Notes: Potential locations for the artwork are: the side terraces of the plaza and the flower bed at the 3rd Avenue entrance of the park. No artwork on the sundial plaza shall be considered, and the artwork must not obstruct the mountain view.

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


Denver Museum of Nature & Science Public Art Project

Denver, CO

Summary: The Denver Arts & Venues Public Art program, now in its 30th year, and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS), seek to commission a Colorado artist or team of artists to create a site-specific art installation to be integrated into the exterior site design for the Morgridge Family Exploration Center, formally the new Education & Collections Facility (ECF), of the DMNS, a 126,000-sq. ft. addition on the south side of the existing building.

The selection panel seeks for a public artwork to be sited on the circular mulch area near the southeast corner of the building for a stand-alone artwork or multiple artworks. It should not compete with the existing artwork located on the hardscape plaza to the west and it cannot be placed under the canopy of any tree. This surrounding area is accessible to all citizens, not just ticketed museum-goers. The selection panel encourages artwork that attracts and engages the community with an unexpected element. The artists may be required to participate in some of the programming initiatives held at DMNS or outreach programs to Denver neighborhoods

Budget: $85,000

Deadline: 5/28/18, 11:59pm Mountain

How to apply: via CaFE.org

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to artists residing in Colorado, Emerging artists are encouraged to apply for this commission

Special Notes: The artwork should have a focus on science and nature, without requiring interpretive signage or instructions to the audience.

The selection panel is open to two-dimensional and/or three-dimensional artwork in all media, materials and formats including interactive art, environmental art, eco-art, sound art and landscape art. However, because the main site for artwork is located above a state-of-the-art collections facility, it is imperative that the artwork not utilize liquids of any kind, nor require irrigation systems.

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


Capitol Hill AIDS Memorial Project

Seattle, Washington

Summary: Seattle Seeks Lead Design Team Artist(s) Artist(s) will plan a program of public art for Cal Anderson Park / Capitol Hill Transit-Oriented Development Project honoring the impact of the AIDS epidemic in Seattle & King County.

BACKGROUND The Office of Arts & Culture, working together with The AMP, the Office of the Mayor, Seattle’s Department of Transportation (SDOT), Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks), Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), Seattle City Light (SCL), Seattle Public Libraries (SPL), and groups and individuals representing Capitol Hill’s LGBTQA+, POC, QTPOC, and communities most impacted by AIDS, have come together to develop this expansive opportunity for an artist or artist team. The selected lead design team artist(s) will work in an integrated manner with city agencies; the developer, architect, and landscape architect designing the Capitol Hill Link light rail transit-oriented development; community members; and many more. As the lead artist embedded in this design team, the selected artist(s) will work to plan, scope, and design a multi-layered memorial project honoring the impact of the AIDS epidemic on Seattle and King County through public artworks.

Budget: $40,000

Deadline: 5/29/18, 10:59pm Pacific

How to apply: via CaFE.org

Eligibility Requirements: Artists or artist teams living in the United States, 18 years of age or older

Special Notes: Students are not eligible to apply

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


Great Park Neighborhoods

Irvine, California

Summary: Heritage Fields El Toro, LLC dba Great Park Neighborhoods, the master developer of Great Park Neighborhoods, in conjunction with LeBasse Projects, the Consultant, requests written proposals to secure artists for various sculpture installations in the upcoming Great Park Neighborhoods Art Walk.

This project includes opportunities for 6 sculpture installations to be installed as a part of an Art Walk. FivePoint and LeBasse Projects are accepting proposals from artists who can create original artwork for these opportunities. The Art Walk will be one of the most prominent features of Great Park Neighborhoods, and will allow residents the opportunity to interact with many different artists and their work. The project calls for works of art that are unique, vibrant, and consistent with the goals and values of Great Park Neighborhoods. One of our goals is to foster a love of art within the growing community, and in doing so, increase public engagement with artists and their work across Orange County.

Budget: Each artist will receive a budget of $30,000 to create one sculpture.

Deadline: 05/30/2018 5:00 PM Central Time

How to apply: via email, Please send submissions and any questions to
hello@lebasseprojects.com

Eligibility Requirements:

A high level of accomplishment through a body of work, exhibitions, presentations, or performances
• History of strong conceptual development
• Involvement in programs rooted in innovative uses of technology, collaborative work, or
interdisciplinary projects
• BFA, MFA or other comprehensive advanced training in the visual arts
• Work/training primarily producing art in unique or limited editions and not for the purposes
of marketing, mass production or advertising

Special Notes: We will accept files sent via wetransfer or dropbox.

Click here to read more about this call for artists


Washburn University 23rd Annual Outdoor Sculpture Competition

Topeka, Kansas

Summary: Washburn’s annual Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition is a presentation of juried sculptures created by artists from Kansas, around the country and occasionally, abroad. Presented with fanfare in the summer, the sculptures can be enjoyed all year on campus.

up to 7 sculptures will be chosen to be on display August 2018-July 2019

Budget: $1500

Deadline: Entry forms and CDs of digital images must be in the hands of the Campus Beautification

Committee by midnight May 31, 2017. The postmark date is not a qualifier.

How to apply: by mail (see link below for details)

Eligibility Requirements: All sculptors 18 years of age and older

Special Notes: Artists may submit up to five works. There is a non-refundable $25 entry fee.

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


Uintah Basin Technical College

Salt Lake City, Utah

Summary: Request for qualifications from artists and/or artist teams interested in creating site specific artwork for the Welding Program Building at Uintah Basin Technical College in Roosevelt, Utah.

Budget: $24,000

Deadline: 5/31/18

How to apply: via CaFE.org or by mail or hand-delivery (see link for details)

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to resident American and legal resident artists / artist teams residing in the Western United States to include: Utah, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming.

Art selection committee members and immediate families, board members and employees of CRSA, Gramoll or Utah Division of Arts and Museums are not eligible for this project.

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


Chelsea Elizabeth River Trail

Norfolk, Virginia

Summary: The Norfolk Public Art Commission and the Elizabeth River Trail Chelsea District Planning Committee seek to commission an artist to design and create artwork.

The committee would like to commission an artwork that speaks to the progressive, creative vibe of Chelsea. It could serve as a gateway, or point of transition between the trail and the neighborhood. Kinetic or multiple artworks that create a sense of motion or direction to visually move people through the space would also be appropriate.

Budget: $60,000

Deadline: 5/31/18

How to apply: via CaFE.org

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: The committee is open to all artists’ ideas and will consider artwork along the pathways and/or as a signature gateway. There is a large grass park on the corner of Raleigh and Claremont Avenues that is another ideal location for artwork. Please see site map of the trail as is goes through Chelsea.

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