New Call for Entries for Sculptors

Sculpture Opportunities with these Call for Artists

21 opportunities for sculptors in February. Several art-on-loan programs are seeking sculptures, most offer a stipend for the loan which give artists a chance to have their art seen by many, and possibly purchased. Also there are numerous commissions available across the USA with budgets up to 3 million USD. There is something for every artist in this collection of calls

When we are posting this, there are still a few calls that are open in January, so be sure to check out this earlier post this post, too.

Zarzamora St./Military Dr. Shelter Windscreen Graphics

San Antonio, Texas

Summary: The VIA Metropolitan Transit (VIA) Art in Transit Program seeks to engage community residents, artists and other interested persons to create site-specific art in two-dimensional graphics, to be incorporated as part of the new Prímo transit project bus shelters, along Zarzamora Street and Military Drive. VIA staff will manage a process that will translate the selected graphics from this art contest into laser-cut metal panels, and integrate the panels as artwork in the shelter windscreen component, to promote local culture and influence transit use, enhancing both VIA and the local community.


There are various shelter panel arrangements (3, 4, 5 and 8 panels) along the corridors, as identified within these instructional materials. A single selected graphic artwork submission will be used across all adjacent panels of a shelter windscreen, and prizes will be awarded as follows:

First prize Submission – $1500
Second Prize Submission – $1000
Third Prize Submission – $ 750
Honorable Mentions (2) – $ 500
Each Selected Submission (47) – $ 500

Deadline: February 1, 2018

How to apply: mail, hand-delivery, email or online. Please see the link below for more details.

Eligibility Requirements: This Art Contest is open to all interested persons eighteen (18) years or older. A minor may participate with the express written consent of a parent or Court appointed guardian.

Special Notes: this is for graphics that will be made into 2d works

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Art on the Move 2018-19 (art on loan program)

Longmont, Colorado

Summary:  Art on the Move will embark on its 14th year bringing loaned artwork from Colorado artists to the City of Longmont for a year of creativity, enhancement and color for all to enjoy.

In 2017- 2018, 11 sculptures by 10 Colorado artists were exhibited, our largest exhibit of temporary artwork to date. In 2018, we are looking to exhibit up to 10 sculptures throughout the City, with a concentration in St. Stephen’s Plaza, our original location for Art on the Move, which houses five pedestals. The remaining five locations are spread throughout the City.

Budget: Select artists will receive a stipend of $750 per piece after delivery and installation of the artwork

Deadline: 2/2/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: open to Colorado Artists who may submit up to 3 works

Special Notes: There is no theme this year. They encourage artists to propose artwork that is interactive, kinetic or is self-illuminating.

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Art Around Town 2018 (art on loan program)

Carbondale, CO

Summary: The Town of Carbondale, CO Public Art Commission is seeking fifteen (15) outdoor street sculptures for its annual rotating “Art Around Town” public art. The sculptures are located throughout the Town of Carbondale, with several locations on Main St, the library and along the Rio Grande Trail. The annual show begins Thursday, June 7, 2018, at which time the Carbondale Public Arts Commission will host a public/patron artist reception and for all new artists selected for the 2017-2018 show.

Budget: $750

Deadline: 2/4/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: Selected artists will be awarded a $750 honorarium, and the sculpture that is voted “Best-In-Show” will be awarded an additional $1,000 bonus.

All selected sculpture for Art aRound Town will be mounted on marble bases. The Carbondale Public Arts Commission received  40 tons of marble in 2015 and 2016, donated by  Colorado Stone Quarries in Marble, CO.  The marble bases are an artistic statement in itself, as it represents the cultural environment of the Roaring Fork Valley.  It enhances the uniqueness  of each sculpture that is placed on the marble. For more information about the marble and the Quarry, please visit the Colorado Stone Quarries documentary.

Submitted entries must be of completed work.

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Southeast Davidson Regional Park (Metro Parks)

Nashville, TN

Summary:  Metro Nashville Arts Commission is issuing a national Call to Artists for a public artist to be a part of the design team for Metro Parks’ Southeast Regional Park.  The project is being developed on a 600 acre property in Southeast Davidson County, which is economically and culturally diverse and has the largest percentage of new Americans in the entire county.  The project creates a distinctive opportunity to create a regional park designed specifically as a welcoming and inclusive space for all Nashvillians

Budget: $250,000

Deadline: February 5, 2018 (by midnight/11:59 p.m.)

How to applyonline

Eligibility Requirements: open to professional artists working or living in the United States

Special Notes: The selected artist will participate on the Park’s design team and collaborate with the design process for the Park. Artists will be asked to make technical recommendations during the design process for public art opportunities within the Park. The selected artist will also design, fabricate and install at least one permanent public artwork for Phase I of the Park. During the course of the design and community engagement process, the artist may discover and make technical recommendations for future public art in subsequent phases of the Park.

The selected artist is also expected to serve a mentorship role to a local artist interested in expanding their knowledge and experience in public art.

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Close Park Project

Toledo, OH

Summary: The Arts Commission’s Art in Public Places Program is seeking to commission a work of public art, which
engages play as a theme and is requesting qualifications from artists and/or artist teams for this project.
Close Park is a City of Toledo Park situated in a densely populated neighborhood and provides a variety of
opportunities for interactive public art.

Budget: $70,000

Deadline: 02/07/2018

How to apply: email

Eligibility Requirements: The project is open to all artists in the United States, age 18 and over

Special Notes: A map of the park can be found here: 

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Regent Street Request for Qualifications

Salt Lake City, UT


The Redevelopment Agency (RDA) of Salt Lake City and Salt Lake City Corporation (City) announce a request for qualifications (RFQ) for a public art opportunity located on Regent Street, in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.  This project is managed by the City’s Public Art Program.

A new state-of-the-art performing arts center, the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater, opened on Regent Street in October 2016. The theater has become the region’s premier entertainment venue and a contemporary landmark for Utah’s capital city. The construction of the theater generated an exciting development opportunity to redesign and revitalize the adjacent street, Regent Street, which is one of downtown Salt Lake City’s most interesting streets – both historically and culturally.  The crowning piece of Regent’s redevelopment is a public art installation that will formalize the street as the core of a thriving arts and cultural district.

Budget: $2,000,000.00

Deadline: 02/07/2018 11:59pm Mountain time

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: The RFQ is open to all professional artists and/or artist-led teams, based in Utah, nationally and/or internationally.

Special Notes: Once the selected artist and the City enter into a design/development contract, the selected artist will participate in at least two site visits. The selected artist will be required to stay in Salt Lake City for a minimum of ten (10) days, not to exceed fourteen (14) days.

For the first visit, the selected artist will receive a $3,500 travel stipend which is inclusive for travel expenses, hotel, meals, etc. Artists traveling internationally will receive a $4,000 stipend.

For the second visit, a $4,000 travel stipend and honorarium will be awarded to the selected artist for their proposal and is all inclusive for design, travel expenses, shipping, etc. All stipend and honoraria amounts will be deducted from the $2,000,000 commission amount.

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Roundabout Sculptures

Windsor, CA

Summary: The Town of Windsor seeks to commission an artist or team of artists to create 1-2 large-scale outdoor sculptures which fit within the theme of “Energizing the Future” for two traffic roundabouts located prominently on Old Redwood Highway – a gateway to the vibrant downtown Windsor. The Public Art Advisory Commission (PAAC) is seeking an original artistic vision for these roundabouts which:

  • Expresses kinetic properties and utilizes natural resources (water, sun, air, wind) to produce energy or fuel its own movement;
  • Establishes a distinct artistic identity for the area and draws interest from residents and visitors;
  • Is compatible within the spaces in terms of scale, materials, form, content and safety considerations;
  • Requires minimum conservation and maintenance.

Budget: $200,000

Deadline: 2/8/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open to all established and professional artists who meet the qualifications. Applicants should have experience creating, fabricating and installing public art. Only professional artists with reviewable portfolios are eligible to submit qualifications. Applicants who wish to be considered for this project should have experience creating durable outdoor public art pieces, working within the public process, proven ability to fabricate their own work/designs or to work with fabricators and installers.

Special Notes:

The estimated budget for both roundabouts will be up to $200,000 ($100,000 per roundabout) and will be awarded to the selected artist or artist team by Town Council. The budget includes artwork design, fabrication, delivery, engineering and installation of the artwork as well as the artist fee, travel, up to three meetings and other direct costs.

Fundraising campaigns will be necessary for partial funding of the project and upon selection of a winning artist(s) and final conceptual design. A duration of 3-9 months from the award of the artist(s) is anticipated for the remaining fundraising.

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2018 South Suburban 7th Annual Art on Loan Program

Centennial, CO

Summary: Proposals are requested from artists for the 2018 Art-on-Loan Program administered by the South Suburban Public Art Committee (SSPAC), a 9-member committee appointed by the South Suburban Park and Recreation District (SSPRD) Board of Directors. The program is a year-long outdoor exhibit designed to promote public interest in art, develop community pride, and enhance the visitor experience around the popular Goodson Recreation Center and The Hudson Gardens & Events Center (HG). Additional information about SSPRD and SSPAC can be accessed at and about Hudson Gardens at

Budget: $500 Exhibitor’s Honorarium for each sculpture displayed (W9 required from artist)

Deadline: 2/9/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to artists residing in Colorado

Special Notes: Art installation:       Week of June 4, 2018, time and date to be negotiated with artists
Artist’s reception:                            July or August 2018, TBD
Art de-installation:                           June 2019, date and time TBD

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Douglas County Art Encounters 2018-2019

Douglas County, Colorado

Summary: annual art on loan program, work may end up in any of the participating locations – Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker and Roxborough

Budget: All artists whose sculptures are selected will receive a stipend of $800, payable after completion of the installation process.

The artist of each installed sculpture has the opportunity to win two awards:

  • People’s Choice Award – The public votes on a piece through the Art Encounters website for a specified duration. The artist with the most votes at the end wins $1,000.
  • Judge’s Choice Award – A judge, who is well-known in the public art arena, is selected to review each sculpture and select a winner. The judge provides a brief narrative regarding why they selected the piece as the winner and the artist wins $1,000.

Deadline: 2/9/18

How to apply: via CaFE

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

Special Notes:

  • Artist information will be provided so works have the chance to be purchased by an individual or business, but the work must remain on display throughout the program year.
  • At the end of the program year, each jurisdiction has first right to purchase a sculpture for a permanent display, if they so choose. It is up to the individual jurisdiction and artist to determine payment.
  • 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.

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2018 Art on Parade

Northglenn, CO

Summary: Northglenn Arts is conducting an open entry competition to select six sculptures – valued at no more than $25,000 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.” Artists will receive substantial recognition and opportunity to sell; therefore, all pieces must be for sale. The placement of selected pieces will begin in late May, 2018 and will be on display until May, 2019.

Deadline: 2/9/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions noted

Special Notes: Edition sizes over 25 will not be accepted.

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Temporary Public Art Installations RFP

Rochester, NY

Summary: Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo) seeks proposals for site-specific, temporary public art that will enliven the East Avenue neighborhood. RoCo encourages proposals for incisive, surprising, and unique sculpture and installation art of all forms, including media-based works. Of particular interest are projects that connect visitors to the location, buildings, park landscape, community and/or history of the neighborhood.

Budget: Artist will receive a $2,000 – $3,000 grant to support their project(50% materials, 50% artist stipend). The artwork, if not sold by the end of the exhibition period, will remain the property of the artist.

Deadline: Feb. 15, 2018, 5pm Eastern time

How to apply: by mail–see link below for more information and details.

Eligibility Requirements: open to artists in the Greater Rochester area, New York artists, and national artists.

Special Notes: Proposals for works that prompt visitors to return multiple times to experience changes in the piece are encouraged. RoCo welcomes visual artists, sculptors, sound artists, performing artists, photographers, filmmakers, and others to submit a proposal

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Downtown Napa Bridge Lighting Project

Napa, California

Summary: About the Project The City of Napa supports the placement of public art in the community through a variety of different programs created to contribute to a more livable and visually stimulating environment. In 2010, the City established its Public Art Ordinance, which included the creation of a Public Art Steering Committee (PASC) and the Public Art Master Plan (Master Plan). The PASC makes recommendations to the City Manager and City Council about which public art projects should be undertaken using the Public Art Fund. In 2017, the PASC recommended that the City light one of its Downtown Bridges as a public art project. The City is now seeking qualified public artists who are interested in being considered for the project, and who can develop a future proposal for the project.

Budget: The City Council approved this project and its recommended budget of $100,000.

Deadline: 2/16/18, before 5pm Pacific time

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is open to professional artists or teams with experience in the design, fabrication, and installation of public artwork that has lighting incorporated as a critical focus of the artwork. Artists must have experience in producing a minimum of two permanent, exterior public artworks similar in scale and complexity to this project. The artist must demonstrate:
a) a history of professional activity and achievement as an artist;
b) experience managing a project of this complexity including technical competence with fabrication and installation procedures; and
c) the ability to procure and direct the work of subcontractors/consultants.

Special Notes: This RFQ is being used for pre-qualification purposes.

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Patrick Square Town Center Public Art Display

Clemson, SC

Summary: Patrick Square town center is looking for artists in the southeastern US to submit a proposal for the development’s initial exhibit(s) of its outdoor public art trail. The trail is designed to encourage exploration throughout the neighborhood and also reflect the values of the community and greater region of Clemson, SC. The display(s) should be durable to various weather conditions and interactions from both adults and children. The display(s) can incorporation different materials and take on various forms, implementing static or kinetic art.

Budget: $20,000

Deadline: 2/15/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: Artists must be age 18+; Residing in the U.S. or abroad; It is strongly recommended that the artist reside in the southeastern region of the U.S. so as to have easy access to the site

Special Notes: The goal for the art project is to initiate a public art trail that will include various exhibits encouraging visitors to explore the Patrick Square community. The various exhibits should have an overall consistency and theme that may be compiled into a children’s story book or guide map.

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Cruise Terminal 25 Exterior Artwork

Port Everglades,  FL

Summary: In partnership with Port Everglades, located in Broward County, Florida, Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program is seeking to commission one artist or artist team (Artist) to design, fabricate and install exterior artwork(s) for the Grand Plaza of Cruise Terminal 25. Broward County’s Port Everglades will be investing more than $100 million for a complete makeover of Cruise Terminal 25, which will continue to be a preferential berth for Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. (RCCL). This facility meets the requirements for the new generations of larger cruise ships. The artwork shall take its inspiration from the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines ship, Celebrity EdgeSM.

Budget: $125,000

Deadline: 02/19/2018 11:59 PM Central Time

How to apply: electronically via their website

Eligibility Requirements: This is a Limited Call to Artists, meaning that artists may be invited by the Committee or Artist Selection Panel to submit credentials or proposals. Selected artists will be considered only if they are able to complete the project in accordance with the schedule. The Call to Artists is open to professional artists, 18 years of age or older; who have not been previously selected for a Port Everglades project in the past 10 years and who have completed a minimum of five (5) public art projects with a budget of $25,000 or more and have demonstrated experience completing and coordinating exterior art installations with construction project managers, and related contractors, engineers and architects.The selected Artist shall be able to pass a criminal background check.

Special Notes: Attracting pedestrian and vehicular traffic, the open-air Grand Plaza – whose covered entryway measures 15 feet and 10 inches in height – is ideal for weather-resistant artwork designed for daylight viewing. Artwork may be attached to – or suspended from – the Grand Plaza’s ceiling structure or placed along a six-foot-wide walkway leading to the ground-floor lobby of Cruise Terminal 25.

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Cruise Roadway Project

Port Everglades,  FL

Summary: In partnership with Port Everglades, Broward County, Florida, Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program is seeking to commission one artist or artist team (Artist) to transform an empty traffic circle located on Eller Drive, in Port Everglades. The art will be viewed from vehicular traffic, nearby parking facility and 3 major cruise terminals and it may be viewed by passengers on docked cruise vessels and passing vessels. It is envisioned that the cruise roadway artwork will add an artistic ambience to the area and could become an iconic symbol of Port Everglades.

Budget: $200,000

Deadline: 2/19/18

How to apply: via their website

Eligibility Requirements:
The Call to Artists is open to professional artists, 18 years of age or older residing in the United States who have not been previously selected for a Port Everglades project in the past 10 years and have demonstrated experience managing projects with a budget of $25,000 or more and coordinating installations with construction project managers, and related contractors, engineers and architects, as needed, based on the project scope of work

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Parking Garage Facade Enhancement

San Jose, CA

Summary: The City of San José Public Art Program in conjunction with the City of San José Department of Transportation’s Parking and Downtown Operations Division are seeking an experienced artist or artist-led team to develop an artwork that addresses the exterior façade of the Market/San Pedro Street Parking Garage in downtown San José. The garage is a prominent facility in San Jose’s downtown core and adjacent to the vibrant San Pedro Square commercial district, a popular destination for dining, retail and other activities day and night. The goal is for an enhancement that has a visual presence 24 hours a day.

Budget: $600,000 (15% of the total project budget, which is $90,000 is for design)

Deadline: 2/20/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open to individual artists or artist-led teams working and living in the United States. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have all necessary documentation and permits to work in the United States at the time of submittal of qualifications

Special Notes: As public art, this creative placemaking project is part of San José’s ongoing Illuminating Downtown program and is intended to strengthen the neighborhood identity in part through the creative use of illumination. Key goals for this project include: 1) to enhance the facility, and the vibrancy and character of the area, and enliven the streetscape through use of illumination and other possible elements; 2) to also increase safety, visibility, and to encourage active use of the parking facility at all hours; and, 3) engage residents, business owners and visitors in this vibrant downtown district and, where relevant, in participatory aspects of the design process.

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Water Street

Tampa, Florida

Summary: The City of Tampa’s Art Program Division and Strategic Property Partners, LLC, the developer of Water Street Tampa along with The University of South Florida Art in State Buildings Program, seek to commission a professional artist to create a site-speci c exterior artwork to be placed or integrated in the open plaza area designed by Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects. The Plaza is situated between the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute, designed by HOK Architects, and a high- performance of ce tower designed by COOKFOX Architects.

Budget: $600,000

Deadline: 2/23/18, 5:00PM Easter Time

How to apply: by mail or file sharing, see link below for more details and instructions

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided. Please note that artists submitting from outside of the United States may be subject to a 30% tax withholding from the Internal Revenue Service

Special Notes:  Finalists will develop a design concept, prepare presentation materials, drawings, a model and related specifications in sufficient detail to convey design intent. Selected finalists will receive a $5,000 fee (inclusive of travel) to present a proposal and model to the Art Selection Committee and Design Team.

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2018-2019 Cloverdale Sculpture Trail

Windsor, CA

Summary: a year-round outdoor exhibit of sculptures in the Northern Sonoma County community of Cloverdale, is now available. The producer of the exhibit, Cloverdale Historical Society & History Museum, is seeking sculptors for the next exhibit, which will run from April 27, 2018 through May 1, 2019.

Budget: $250 to each selected artist; A $1,000 “Best of Show,” a $250 “Honor Mention” and “Peoples’ Choice” gift baskets will be awarded.

Deadline: Feb. 25, 2018

How to apply: email or mail, please see the link below for information and more details

Eligibility Requirements: no restrictions provided

Special Notes: The organizers of the Cloverdale and Geyserville Trails, after five successful years of displaying sculptures in their communities, have mutually decided to separate our relationship as the two communities are diverging from each other. The two communities will work separate, yet will continue to collaborate and support each other.

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Art Exposed

Florence, Oregon

Summary: The Florence Public Art Committee has created an exciting new program to enhance the beauty and livability of the local community by regularly introducing original outdoor art into Florence to create a unique sense of place and enhance community identity. This program, called “Art Exposed — Dynamic Public Art” provides a creative outlet for artists to display their work, and artists are encouraged to submit unique pieces that demonstrate extraordinary creativity and elicit a feeling of “Wow” from all who view them.

Budget: none provided

Deadline: 2/25/18

How to apply: via CaFE

Eligibility Requirements: All artists over 18 years old are eligible.

Special Notes: There is a $25 fee per artist to submit work.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

Boston, MA

Summary: Martin Luther King, Jr. expressed explicit hope that his legacy would act as a call to action in his sermon The Drum Major Instinct delivered on February 4, 1968. In keeping with his wishes, the non-profit organization MLK Boston, in partnership with the Boston Art Commission and the City of Boston, announces a competition for a permanent installation commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s and Coretta Scott King’s legacy in our city, our nation, and the world.

This memorial seeks to create a compelling call to action. The memorial is intended to inspire visitors to reflect on Dr. King’s life and the values he espoused, prompting each of us to consider how we can contribute to realizing his vision of an equitable and fair society. The memorial will also honor the contributions of Coretta Scott King, a civil rights icon in her own right, thus recognizing the crucial contributions she and other women made to the civil rights movement. Coretta Scott King’s and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s relationship to the City of Boston was rooted in community service, commitment, education, and activism, which are reflective of the needs and spirit of today’s Boston.

Budget: $3,000,000

Deadline: 02/28/2018 11:00 PM 

How to apply: via Submittable

Eligibility Requirements: This international RFQ is open to all artists, architects, landscape architects, or teams (hereinafter referred to as “the Artist”) engaged with public art, site responsive design, project management, and construction administration. Artists from the Boston area are encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: Up to five applicants will be invited to develop proposals to include a written project statement, visuals, models, schedule, and budget, followed by an in-person interview and presentation. These five applicants will each be paid $5,000 for work on their proposals. After review of the materials and candidate interviews, the Selection Committee will determine the winning artist.

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Public Art for Community Health and Wellness Center

Baltimore, MD

Summary: The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA) in collaboration with the Baltimore City Health Department (BCHD) and the Baltimore City Department of General Services seeks a professional artist or artist team to design and produce unique public artwork for the interior of the new Community Health & Wellness Center to be located at 1200 E. Fayette St. The vision for the new clinic is to create a dignified and welcoming space for client, that builds a healthy community rooted in trust and wellbeing. This call is open to professional visual artists residing anywhere in the United States. Artists with experience working in public health or public service settings, and/or arts based community or social engagement projects within their portfolio are encouraged to apply.

Budget: $130,000

Deadline: 2/28/18

How to apply: via Submittable

Eligibility Requirements: Any artist or artist team, over the age of 18, legally living or working within the United States, is eligible to apply. Current Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts employees and Public Art Commission members may not apply. Artists who are currently under contract for another commission funded via Baltimore’s Percent for Public Art Program may not apply.

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