Sacramento Public Art Project Seeks Sculptor
Matsui Waterfront Park Public Art Call for Entries
Summary: The Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission invites artists and artist teams with experience in the design, fabrication and installation of artwork in the public realm. Matsui Waterfront Park is about 6.5 acres. It is bordered by the Sacramento River, Parkway bicycle trail, and by Interstate 5. The bike trail provides access to Discovery Park, Old Town Sacramento, the Crocker Art Museum, the California State Railroad Museum and more…
The park is the future home of the Powerhouse Science Center. The PSC will provide the opportunity for hands-on learning for visitors of all ages in a variety of fields.
Deadline: May 16, 2016 (5pm receipt, not postmark)
How to apply: application for this call for artists is available by clicking here
Mail or drop off application packets to:
Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission
1030 15th Street, Suite 240
Sacramento, CA 95814
Attn: Public Art Application
Submit electronically to:
Subject line must be: Public Art Application
Eligibility Requirements: none stated, this is a national call for entries
Special Notes: An artist selection panel with select 2 or more artists to be interviewed. The final design will have to be approved by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission and the contract must be approved by the City Council because it is more than $100,000.
Click here to read more about this Public Art call for entries