Feb Deadlines, Call for Artists Round 2

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Be sure to check out the plethora of opportunities for sculptors that continues this month. Here are just shy of 2 dozen Call for Artists where you can find just the right commission or art-on-loan program (with chance for sales), and several residencies as well.

There are still a few active Call for Artists in our last post. Click here to see those calls and scroll to the bottom (we do our best to put them in chronological order within each post.)

Winton Drive and Legends Community Center Neighborhood Public Art Project

Jacksonville, Florida

Summary: The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, Art in Public Places and the City of Jacksonville, Florida are pleased to announce a Call to Artists for a Request for Qualifications for Winton Drive and Legends Community Center Neighborhood Public Art Project. The RFQ (Request for Qualifications) solicits artists who can address streetscape aesthetics with iconic and potentially interactive public art that serves to engage vehicular drivers and sidewalk pedestrians at Winton Drive and experientially enhance the outdoor entrance to the Legends Community Center for approaching visitors. Artists are encouraged to explore ways to integrate public art with technology and renewable sources of energy such as wind and/or solar.

For the two categories of environmental 3-D sculpture, preference will be given to artwork that incorporates lighting or luminescent elements and/or media arts or other digital interactive art for creative placemaking. Jacksonville is interested in showcasing eco-friendly, forward thinking aesthetic designs that find solutions to environmental concerns, such as incorporating solar-powered lighting.

Budget: The budget for both categories combined is $84,000

Deadline: 2/9/19

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open to participation by experienced local, regional and national artists or artist teams. Local artists are encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: Individual artists or artist teams may apply to address one or both of the two neighborhood sites.

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


Art on Parade

Northglenn, Colorado

Summary: Northglenn Arts is conducting an open entry competition to select six sculptures, valued at no more than $32,500 each, to be part of Northglenn’s “Art on Parade” on-loan sculpture program.  The selected pieces will be installed for a period of one year at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park surrounding Webster Lake in Northglenn, Colorado.

Budget: Each of the six finalists will receive a $750 honorarium to help offset their expenses. In addition, $1,000 will be awarded to the artist who is the recipient of the annual “People’s Choice Award.”

Deadline: 2/9/19

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions noted

Special Notes: Submitted sculptures are to be garden-sized or larger (at least three feet in one dimension). Edition sizes over 25 will not be accepted.

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


Cuba Hunter Neighborhood Project

Jacksonville, Florida

Summary: The Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, Art in Public Places and the City of Jacksonville, Florida are pleased to announce a Call to Artists for a Request for Qualifications for Cuba Hunter Park Neighborhood Public Art Project.

The RFQ (Request for Qualifications) solicits artists who can address neighborhood park aesthetics with iconic and potentially interactive public art that serves to engage the culturally rich and diverse groups that reside in the nearby neighborhoods and utilize the park’s community center and amenities including but not limited to enhancing the street entrance to the park for approaching visitors, Community Center and Gymnasium facilities, and walking paths connecting the Wetland Nature Trail, the Green, Playground, and Skate Park.

Artists are encouraged to explore ways to address public health and social engagement through wayfinding elements and public art with renewable materials and innovative design with kinetic, light, and sound technologies.

Budget: The artwork budget is currently $40,866.

Deadline: 2/9/19

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open to participation by experienced local, regional and national artists or artist teams. Local artists are encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: See http://www.culturalcouncil.org/cubahunterneighborhoodproject.html for images and map of site locations

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


AlexRenew Public Art Residency

Alexandria, Virginia

Summary: The City of Alexandria’s Public Art Program in collaboration with Alexandria Renew Enterprises (AlexRenew) is launching the AlexRenew Public Art Residency. We are currently seeking an artist for the first residency, which will run from approximately May 2019 to October 2020. This residency is an opportunity for artists to engage deeply with the work of AlexRenew (a special purpose authority that treats wastewater for the City of Alexandria) and its RiverRenew project – a major initiative to improve the health of Alexandria’s waterways.

Budget: The selected artist will have an all-inclusive budget of $30,000 and will be engaged for 18 months, which will include an initial immersion period, followed by proposing a project and time to implement the project. Artists will work collaboratively with Public Art Program and AlexRenew staff throughout the process and should have an interest in exploring water-related environmental issues and working with communities.

Deadline: 2/10/19 11:59 PM Mountain Standard Time

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements: Artists and artist teams age 18 and over living in the United States are eligible to apply to this open call to artists

Special Notes: The artist selected for the initial residency will be asked to consider and respond to the following goals as they develop their work:

·        Enable local residents to explore, understand and internalize their own relationship to water and the health of waterways.

·        Increase local residents’ personal commitments to water stewardship and understanding of the ways they can contribute to improving and maintaining the health of Alexandria’s waterways.

·        Increase residents’ understanding of the natural and infrastructural water systems that support the functioning and health of the city.

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


Call for Sculpture – Percival Plinth Project 2019

Olympia, Washington

Summary: The City  of Olympia  is seeking up to 16 loaned sculptures from Washington and Oregon state artists for temporary display of up to one (1) year on Percival Landing and for consideration for the Peoples’ Prize purchase of one sculpture for the City’s public art collection.

Budget:  $700 honorarium for 1 year loan of each sculpture. Up to $10,000 annual purchase – Peoples’ Prize.

Deadline: 2/10/19

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements: Washington and Oregon state sculptors,  18 years of age or older. Artists may not submit works previously exhibited on the Percival Plinths.

Special Notes: Artists must expect that sculpture may be climbed or marked on during exhibition.

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


Strauss Performing Arts Center

Goshen & Elkhart Indiana

Summary: Originally built in 1972 on the UNO campus, the Willis S. and Janet Strauss Performing Arts Center (SPAC) is undergoing a major renovation. SPAC serves as the center of musical activity for the School of Music within the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media, as well as a prime Omaha performance location. The building’s main performance space is the Concert Hall, seating 422 for over 200 performances a year. SPAC includes state-of-the-art recording studios, a Casavant Organ, Recital Hall, rehearsal studios and classrooms.

There are two interior opportunities available, the hallway to the Recital Hall and the entrance to the Concert Hall. Artists can submit to both sites using separate submission forms on SlideRoom. Compliance with ADA requirements is a consideration.

Budget: $65,000 is the total budget for two projects, each approximately $30,000 – $35,000.

Deadline: 2/11/2019 5:00 PM Central Time

How to apply: Slideroom (note: there is a $10 application fee)

Eligibility Requirements: Professional public artists or artist teams throughout the United States are eligible.

Special Notes: Artwork location description:

I. Hallway to Recital Hall and Classrooms
As part of the new addition, this hallway presents an interesting architectural feature with a two-story atrium and hallway to the new recital hall. On the second story catwalk, there are several practice rooms. The selection committee is seeking a wall treatment and will consider paint, light, or low profile installations.

II. Main entrance to the Concert Hall, walls on either side.
The material is white drywall with inset rope lighting framing each panel. The public uses this entrance lobby prior to and during shows. The artwork must fit into the defined space and it may be pre-existing, site specific or commissioned work. The selection committee will consider various media, including painting, textile, a lightweight wall relief, or light installation. The dimensions are 10’8” wide and 12’6” high.

Click here to read more about this call for artists


Clemson University Business School RFQ

Clemson, South Carolina

Summary: Atelier InSite, which is responsible for the administration of site-specific public art on the Clemson University campus, is pleased to announce a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a major public art work for the newly built Business School.

Atelier InSite seeks artwork for permanent installation in a highly visible university environment. The artwork that is ultimately selected for the project must be reflective of the site, taking into account the precincts overall spatial and aesthetic properties, and encourage interactivity and/or functionality. In addition to these principles, artwork deemed unsafe and/or fragile would not be eligible for consideration.

Artwork implemented for the project will explore aspects of the human condition specific to the “global marketplace of ideas” for individual and social development. The selected work should embody characteristics of outreach and the spirit of education in business communication; literally, abstractly and otherwise considered. The proposal must take into account the use of the site, including the broad scope of individuals that experience the College of Business. The installed artwork must not in any way interfere with daily operations.

Budget: $240,000

Deadline: 2/12/19, midnight Mountain time

How to apply: CaFÉ™

Eligibility Requirements:

– Artists must demonstrate an interest and ability to produce site-specific public art.
– Originality: creativity and uniqueness demonstrated in previous projects.
– Workmanship: Quality and craftsmanship exhibited by past work will be considered.
– Professionalism: Previous works demonstrate competence corresponding with the scope & budget of the project.

Special Notes: To see current construction progress on the building project please go to: https://www.clemson.edu/business/new-building/index.html

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


City Hall Public Art Project

Manhattan Beach, California

Summary: The City of Manhattan Beach, “City” invites artists, as individuals or teams (hereafter referred to as ‘Artist’ or ‘Team’), to submit qualifications for the design and implementation of a public art project at the Manhattan Beach City Hall. The proposed location is in the entry way to City Hall.

Budget: The budget for this project is a not-to-exceed figure of $ 250,000.00.

Deadline: 2/13/2019 4:00 PM Pacific Time

How to apply: email, please see the link below for details

Eligibility Requirements: This RFQ is open to professional artists residing in the United States who meet the minimum eligibility qualifications

Special Notes:
Artwork Location Description
The site is located in the City Hall Lobby area. There is a grand stair case that runs between the upper and lower floors. Submissions that address the whole space, including both upper and lower floors, furniture, and fixtures are encouraged.

Click here to read more about this call for artists including information on how to apply


East Memorial Neighborhood Art

Greeley, Colorado

Summary: Over the course of the past year, the Park division of the City of Greeley worked closely with residents in the East Memorial neighborhood, the rather densely populated community of approximately 7,200, to learn what improvements they would like to see in their community. A three year grant has since been awarded to the Park division to develop a network of outdoor spaces that will offer opportunities to increase physical activity among children and their families. The collaborative decision making process will continue with this overall project.

The inclusion of public art goes along with the intention of creating public spaces that promote the neighborhoods health, happiness, and wellbeing. There are currently three parks being redeveloped in this project, and an additional “natural area” to be developed over the next three years. The community will be involved in deciding what is appropriate in each park. Site-specific structures, art forms, and sculptures that contribute to place making will not only dramatically change the aesthetics of the neighborhood, but also the social dynamics of the public spaces. For the new “natural area” Environmental art, or Land Art, may be appropriate for artwork and can include works that are created in nature using natural materials such as soil, rock, boulders and stone, organic media (logs, branches, leaves) with introduced materials such as concrete, metal, asphalt or mineral pigments.

Budget: The budget for an artist to work as the artwork design consultant in 2019 with the project design team is $50,000.

Deadline: date and time

How to apply: CaFÉ™ Artists may submit applications online through Café OR request Artist Application Packet from kim.snyder@greeleygov.com to submit via email or hard copy.

Eligibility Requirements: The selected artist must be willing to take part in one or two meetings each month in Greeley with the design team.

Special Notes: No project proposal is desired at this time. Incomplete or late entries will not be considered.

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


Rosewood Neighborhood Park

Austin, Texas

Summary: The City of Austin Art in Public Places (AIPP) program of the Cultural Arts Division, Economic Development Department (EDD) seeks to commission an Austin-area visual artist or artist team to design and fabricate a work of public art to be sited on or near the exterior of a new bathhouse structure that is being built adjacent to the Rosewood Neighborhood Park Pool.

Budget: $44,000

Deadline: 2/14/19

How to apply: PublicArtist.org

Eligibility Requirements: Visual artists at least 18 years of age living and working in Williamson, Travis, Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Burnett, and Blanco counties are eligible to apply. Only one application per artist or artist team will be accepted (an artist may not apply as an individual and as a team member separately). Incomplete or late applications will be disqualified.

Special Notes: Installation anticipated December 2019/January 2020

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


Eight Public Art Opportunities

Pennsylvania

Summary: Campus Arts Initiative and eight partners from across Penn State’s Commonwealth Campuses are partnering to develop temporary works of public art, one at each partner’s site.

The projects will result from collaboration between eight artists and the host sites they are partnered with. The exact vision, form, location, installation duration, and materials for the project will be determined by the artist in collaboration with their university partner.

We are seeking visual artists or teams that include a visual artist

Budget: Each artwork has a budget of $7,000

Deadline: 2/14/19 11:59 pm EST

How to apply: Submittable

Eligibility Requirements: there are no residency requirements for this opportunity. Professional and emerging artists who are new to the field of public art are encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: Fall 2019 – Project completion/installation

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


Public Art Committee Leased Art Program

Johnson City, Tennessee

Summary: The Public Art Committee of Johnson City, Tenn., is seeking pieces of leasable outdoor sculpture to be installed for two years in and around Founders Park and downtown Johnson City. Up to 14 sculptures will be chosen to be placed in Johnson City’s Founders Park and the surrounding downtown area for a two-year period beginning Ma 2019.

Budget: Each artist whose work is chosen will receive a $2,000 stipend (per piece)

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply:  online, see link below

Eligibility Requirements: The exhibition is open to all artists, preferably professional sculptors, who are at least 18 years of age and reside in the United States.

Special Notes: Sculptors will be notified if chosen on March 30.

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


Downtown Fremont Public Art (Temporary Installation) – COMMUNITY: SHARING ENERGY

Fremont, California

Summary: The City of Fremont, California is seeking a large scale sculpture to display for a period of two (2) years from May 2019 through May 2021, at its gateway location to Downtown Fremont. The City is looking for a piece that anchors the main intersection of Capitol Avenue and Fremont Boulevard and has a commanding presence.

As part of the Downtown Community Plan, an Art Fund was established with the vision of providing funding for public art installations in the Downtown; permanent, temporary, and programmatic. This temporary installation opportunity is to focus on “Community: Sharing Energy and Collaborating” as its theme.

Budget: The artist will be provided a quarterly stipend of $625 for the duration of the two-year exhibition period. The total amount paid to the artist will be $5,000 paid in quarterly installments of $625 throughout the two-year exhibition period.

Deadline: 2/14/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: All submissions must be previously completed artworks. This opportunity is open to professional artists residing in California age 18 and older. 

Special Notes: The two-year exhibition period will run from May 2019 to May 2021. 

Artist must state in writing if they would be willing to sell the artwork to the City after the two-year exhibition period if there was an interest from the City to purchase the artwork. The artist must also indicate the purchase price of the artwork. The artist’s willingness to sell the artwork will not affect the selection process.

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


CityCentre Public Art Project

Huntsville, Alabama

Summary: RCP Companies, The Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville, Redstone Federal Credit Union, the City of Huntsville and Arts Huntsville are seeking Statements of Qualifications from artists interested in creating artwork to be sited in Huntsville’s Big Spring Park and adjacent CityCentre at Big Spring development in the City’s downtown arts and entertainment district.

Budget: $530,000

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Professional artists (or artistic teams) working in any and all media, both those who reside in the Greater Huntsville metropolitan area and those who live and work elsewhere, are encouraged to submit proposals.

Special Notes: Up to four semi-finalist artists or artistic teams will receive $3,000 as an honorarium to create and present a design proposal. Out-of-town artists (or a member of the artistic team) will be reimbursed for travel to attend both the site visit and proposal presentation in Huntsville, and lodging will be provided.

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


2019 Artscape – Art on Loan Program

Alamosa, Colorado

Summary: The City of Alamosa is accepting entries for the third annual “Alamosa Artscape” Art on Loan Program. Judging will take place in March 2019 and 15 pieces will be selected based on their originality and suitability for outdoor display. Submissions are recommended to be more than two feet in height and valued at no more than $25,000

The 2019 unveiling will be the third year Alamosa will conduct the “Alamosa Artscape” public art display.  Public art instills meaning; a greater sense of identity and understanding of where we live, work, and visit – creating memorable experiences for all.   Alamosa seeks to display 15 pieces of artwork throughout the downtown in the second year of the program. Artwork will remain on display for a one year period. Throughout the display period, community members will be asked to vote for a “People’s Choice Award.”

Budget: Artists will be paid a $750 honorarium upon on-time delivery by the City of Alamosa, and two nights lodging in a local hotel on the night prior to installation and night of installation and reception. There will also be one $1,000 People’s Choice Award

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This public art program is open to all professional and amateur artists. Artists may submit up to three works.

Special Notes: If the artwork is sold as a result of being on display, the City of Alamosa will process the sale and keep 20% of the sale price as a commission.

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


Douglas County Art Encounters 2019-2020

Douglas County, Colorado

Summary: The 2019-2020 Art Encounters Program is accepting applications

Budget: All artists whose sculptures are selected will receive a stipend of $800

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Art Encounters is open to artists and/or artist teams over 18 years of age.

Special Notes: Any sculpture that is a replica must include the edition and/or conventional description, as well as the serial number for that entry. Any sculpture submitted that is a replica or duplicate must include the other locations where this piece is available. Duplicate sculptures within a 60-mile radius of Douglas County will not be accepted. Art that is accepted into the Art Encounters program that has a duplicate, may not be submitted to another program within a 60-mile radius of Douglas County.

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


Hopkins ArtStreet 2019-2020

Hopkins, Minnesota

Summary: Hopkins ArtStreet is a select, juried public art display centered on charming, historic Mainstreet in Hopkins, MN (15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis).  Artists working in all outdoor-tolerant media are invited to apply. Accepted artwork is displayed for approximately one year (May to May).

Budget: Selected artists will receive a stipend of $1000 to offset the cost of transportation of their artwork and any other incurred travel/hotel expenses. Artists must be present at the installation of their work.

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This exhibition is open to established and emerging artists, working in all media that can withstand outdoor public display

Special Notes: There is a $20 entry fee for this call

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


Artist Live Work Residency

Paducah, Kentucky

Summary: A.I.R. Studio Paducah is an artist-in-residence studio and efficiency apartment located in the heart of the Lower Town Arts District in Paducah, Kentucky.  Over 100 artists from North America have passed through A.I.R. doors since 2004 to enjoy short or long stays (2 weeks to 3 months) of undistracted creative time.  A.I.R. can be just the place to complete or begin a body of work.  The space is also an option for artists looking forward to a sabbatical or a working vacation retreat.

2019 Residencies are available February-thru-December. Length of stays range from 2 weeks to 3 months. Indicate your proposed dates and lengths of stay, with a list of three dates at the bottom of your artist’s statement.

Budget: n/a

Deadline: 2/15/19 Midnight Mountain Time

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: We welcome self-motivated, focused artists (age 21 and above), working in a range of arts practices: visual arts;  photography; architecture; literary arts; improvisational movement chroreography and composing. Artists are encouraged to have a clear objective for the residency. Collaborative pairs and couples are welcome.

Special Notes: There is a $25 entry fee for this opportunity

The residency fee is $550 per two (2) week period and $875 per month, utilities included.  The application fee is $25.  A security deposit of $100 is required at the start of the residency. Food, supplies, travel, and local transportation costs are the responsibility of the resident.

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


2019 Salad Days Artist Residency

Newcastle, Maine

Summary: The Salad Days Artist-in-Residence at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts is commissioned to produce 550 plates from earthenware clay for the Center’s annual Salad Days fundraising event – a community festival featuring locally sourced foods that draws hundreds of guests every year. 

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts is a small art residency center located in mid-coast Maine. During the summer and fall months, artists from across the country and beyond attend residencies at the Center that vary in length from 1 to 6 weeks. During this time, artists live and work alongside one another, sharing a large open-concept studio, enjoying communal meals, and living on campus in shared or private housing.  The Salad Days artist holds a unique position at the Center, with a focus on creating plates for Watershed’s largest fundraiser of the year. 

Budget: During the residency, the Salad Days artist receives housing in a private room, all meals, a large studio, free materials and firings, and a stipend of $500.

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: There is a $25.00 entry fee for this opportunity

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


2019 Watershed Summer Residency Scholarship

Newcastle, Maine

Summary: Scholarships at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts can partially or fully cover the cost of a 2-week residency at the Center in midcoast Maine.

Awards are for summer residency sessions only and are decided primarily on merit. A review committee of ceramics professionals makes annual determinations. Funds cover residency fee-related items (housing in a double room, meals, and studio space); there are no cash awards. Award recipients are responsible for housing upgrades, travel expenses, materials, firings, and packing/shipping of work. Residents participating as invited artists in an Artists-Invite-Artists group are eligible for scholarships of up to $500.

Budget: Awards range from $250 to $1600 (the full cost of a two-week Watershed session). Awards that cover the full cost of a residency are called Kiln God Awards.

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: All artists are eligible to apply for Watershed Scholarships and Kiln God Awards, regardless of age, experience, or media/discipline.

Special Notes: Full-scholarship/Kiln God recipients are not eligible for funding again for three summers following an award and may only be fully funded twice in total

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


Interlude – Art in the Park Worcester

Worcester, Massachusetts

Summary: Public art energizes, stimulates, and transforms the presenter, maker, viewer and the places where we live, work, study, and play.  Art in the Park, Worcester is dedicated to making public art accessible to all.  Since 2008 a dedicated volunteer committee of cultural arts presenters, sculptors and community supporters have presented this juried exhibition.

The exhibit was one of six projects to receive the Gold Star Award in 2009 – a statewide award given by the Massachusetts Cultural Council to recognize exemplary cultural programs funded by a local cultural council and in 2017 received Gateway Cities’ Innovation award. The exhibit continues in Elm Park; a National Registry public park with both Olmsted designed and inspired elements.  Art in the Park, Worcester in partnership with the Arts and Business Council of Boston and the City of Worcester’s Parks Department present the exhibit. This program is supported by Becker College.  

Budget: Exhibitors will each receive an $800.00 stipend to show at Elm Park or Anna Maria College. One stipend per artist and site regardless of number of pieces accepted. 

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: There is a $30 application fee. Artists are encouraged to offer their work for sale. If sale commences during the Art in the Park exhibition or related shows 30% of the sale price is payable to Art in the Park, Worcester. Exhibiting artists are expected to attend the opening ceremony on June 8thand are encouraged to participate in other related events.

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


The Hunterdon Art Tour 2019

Baptistown, New Jersey

Summary: The Hunterdon Art Tour (THAT) is an annual countywide driving tour of artist’s studios. THAT cultivates awareness of and builds connections within Hunterdon County’s abundant creative and educational communities, and thereby gains recognition for the county as a vital home and destination for the arts.

In homage to the great American road trip, THAT curates a countywide studio tour along the region’s scenic by-ways, linking together a mixture of arts venues and studios as engaging day trips. Through these enriched interactions, THAT supports diverse artists of all ages working in the fine, visual, performing and literary arts.

Tour Dates: The 2019 Tour of artists’ studios will be on Saturday, May 4th and Sunday, May 5th from 10 AM to 6 PM each day. 

Budget: n/a

Deadline: 2/15/19

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: Artists are encouraged to submit one piece of artwork for a show and sale at THAT’s opening event to be held on Friday evening, May 3, 2019 at the Hunterdon Art Museum (HAM). If sold, 25% of the price of the work will be a donation to THAT to help fund the 2020 Tour and 25% will go to HAM. The remaining 50% goes to the artist.
Entry Fee (Individual Artist): $125.00
Entry Fee (Group Venue): $250.00

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21st Annual Art on the Streets

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Summary: Art on the Streets celebrates the power of art in public places, while turning the streets of Downtown Colorado Springs into a yearlong outdoor sculpture gallery. More than 300 artworks have been exhibited Downtown since AOTS began in 1998, and the district is home to more than 50 permanent works, over 30 of which have been purchased through AOTS.

Budget: Selected artists each receive a $2,000 honorarium. All selected artists are also eligible for the following awards:

  • $10,000 Juror Award
  • $2,500 Juror Award: Second Place
  • $1,000 Juror Award: Third Place
  • $1,000 People’s Choice Award

Deadline: 2/16/19–deadline extended!

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: There is a $25.00 fee for this entry

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


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