Call for Entries for Waianae Police Station Sculpture in Honolulu
Summary: The Waianae Police Station Replacement building is being built to replace the former police station. The new building will be two stories tall, approximately 118 by 120 feet in plan, and is scheduled for completion in August 2015. The police station replacement will service the leeward coast of Oahu, Honolulu Police Department’s District 8, and is situated in the middle of the western coast of the island of Oahu.
The goal of this artwork project is to tell a story of the Waianae, Oahu area and enhance the exterior of the Waianae Police Station Replacement building.
The artwork project location is established as the decorative band area, which covers an area 65 feet wide by five feet high, between the first and second floors on the building’s east elevation. The artwork may be a fresco, frieze, mosaic, mural, sculpture, or other wall-mounted work of art that is permanently installed; and must be of a durable material.
Deadline: The application deadline has been extended to January 13, 2016.
How to apply: CallForEntry.org
Eligibility Requirements: This request is open to all artists qualified to work in the the City and County of Honolulu.
Special Notes: click on the link and download the zip file for complete details including building plans for art installation
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