“Undulations” 2012 KBH
Are You A Montana Photographer?
Our Percent-for-Art Program needs to hear from you.
The Selection Committee will be seeking high quality, Color or B&W, high resolution, digital [or traditional images than can be digitalized] of Montana landscapes, city/town/ghost town-scapes and community/tribal events. Once the prospectus is finalized on this project, we’ll distribute further details of the call and set an application deadline.
Who: Montana Residents, who are U.S. Residents
What: Request for contact information
When: Please let me know how to reach you by Friday, February 28th, 2014
Where: Interior sites with a potential of up to 15 images for permanent installation
Kim Baraby Hurtle, Percent-for-Art Program Director
email@example.com, or Montana Arts Council, P.O. Box 202201, Helena, MT 59620-2201, 406-444-6639
Residency, American Arts Incubator – Zero1
Location: Laos, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines Deadline: March 2, 2014 Accepting applications for international exchange program focused on community-based public art. Click here to learn more.
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with the Department of Finance and Administrative Services and Triad Development, is seeking three artists or artist teams to create large-scale murals for the construction fence surrounding the Civic Square future development site between Third and Fourth avenues and Cherry and James streets in downtown Seattle. Each mural location is a side of the fence, one city-block long and approximately 200 linear feet. Each artist or artist team will paint his or her mural directly on the fence; the image should reflect Seattle’s vibrancy in some way; its work, cultural life, history, or commitment to sustainability.
Six finalists will be commissioned to prepare proposals; three artists or artist teams will be selected to create a mural.
Eligibility: Open to professional artists living within the United States or Canada.
Budget: Six artists will each receive $750 to develop and present his or her proposals, and three artists or artist teams will each receive $25,000, all inclusive for time and materials, to create his/her mural. If the selected artist or artist team is from outside the Seattle area, expenses for travel and lodging will be negotiated.
Deadline: 11 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time, Monday March 10, 2014.
Info: Deborah Paine, Curator & Collections Manager, (206) 684-7132.
Funding for this artwork program is provided by Triad Development, Inc.
Utah Public Art office.
We have two calls for American / legal resident artists that have just opened for your consideration or to share with those you think might be interested.
- 2nd District Ogden Juvenile Court – The Juvenile Court of Ogden is requesting qualifications and a letter of interest from artists interesting in creating public artwork for this new facility in Odgen, Utah. The Court is motivated by a vision to mend, protect and strengthen families and the community. It is the desire of the Art Selection Committee that this artist installation(s) will reflect the court’s motivation for service to children, families, and the community. Applications are being accepted online at www.callforentry.org or with the Utah Public Art office (details in the Juvenile Court RFQ link above). Budget: $208,000 – Deadline: March 7, 2014
Request for Qualifications:
Northfield Uplands Park Public Art Project
PUBLIC ART BUDGET: Approximately $340,000 USD
The project is open to all artists in the U.S. working in all media and materials.
With the passage of the 2007 Better Denver Bond Program, the City and County of Denver is implementing more than 175 projects to improve, preserve, renovate and build new roads, libraries, parks, hospitals, public safety facilities, cultural facilities and more. One of the most significant Better Denver Bond projects for the Stapleton area is the Central Park Boulevard (CPB)/I-70 Interchange that is providing a strong connection between the residential and mixed-use development in south Stapleton and the continued development of Northfield and rest of Stapleton north of I-70. This is the funding source for the Northfield Uplands Park project.
Tracy Hall Science Center, Weber State University – Weber State University Tracy Hall Science Center is requesting qualifications and a letter of interest from artists interesting in working with the design team to create public art installation(s) for this new science facility on the campus of Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. The Selection Committee is interested in working in collaboration with the artist toward a project of melding science and art. The commission will be awarded based on interviews with the finalists. Applications are being accepted online at www.callforentry.org or with the Utah Public Art office (details in the Tracy Science Center RFQ link above).
Budget: $472,000 – Deadline: March 14, 2014
Collections, Design, Visual and Public Art
Office 801-245 7271 – Mobile 801-808-4557
Artists should follow the instructions to have a FTP account set up for them to upload ALL submission requirements. If you do not have a computer, mail a hard copy of ALL requirements to the address below by Fri, March 14, 2014:
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
1240 W. 6th Street, 5th Floor
Cleveland, OH 44113
Attn: Theresa A. Burrage
Public Sculpture Opportunity
Terre Haute, IN
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014
The sculpture will be located between the two buildings that comprise Reeve Hall, a new student residence hall which will open in fall 2014.
Art Spaces, Inc.
669 Ohio St.
Terre Haute, IN 47807
Sauk County, WI + Farm/Art DTour
The Farm/Art DTour is a fifty-mile self-guided drive through the beautiful working lands of Sauk County, Wisconsin punctuated by Art Works (large-scale temporary art installations), Roadside Culture Stands (artist-built mobile farm stands), Pasture Performances, Field Notes (rural culture education sites), and more. Wormfarm will commission 6-8 Art Works to be installed on land along the fifty-mile DTour route. Artists are responsible for both installation and de-installation of their work and will have about 2 weeks to install and 1 week after to de-install. Artists retain ownership of the work after the DTour. The total budget for Art Works on the Farm/Art DTour is $35,000, and from this Wormfarm will fund 6-8 installations.
Eligibility: No eligibility requirements specified.
or email Katie Schofield
The Arts Commission of Greater Toledo is working with the City of Toledo Department of Engineering Services and engineering firm URS to integrate public art and other infrastructure enhancements into the redesign to the major entry gateway to downtown Toledo, OH located at the intersection of Erie St., The Anthony Wayne Trail and Lafayette St.
We are looking for artists experienced in environmental, iconographic and conceptual solutions for public art. A wide variety of artworks will be considered, including functional elements, the appearance of integration into the existing architecture, design integration into infrastructure, freestanding and overhead sculpture and artwork sited at multiple locations within the site.
Submitted qualifications will be judged on a competitive basis. Three to five finalists will be interviewed from which a winner will be selected and paid to become part of the design team.
Deadline: March 28th, 2014
Sweet Pea Festival 2014 announces its 29th Annual Poster Contest and 6th Annual T-Shirt Art Contest. Deadline for entries for the Poster Contest is Friday, April 25, 2014 and deadline for entries for the T-Shirt Contest is Friday, March 28, 2014. Sweet Pea Festival 2014 also announces its call for artist entries for the Arts & Crafts Show. Deadline for entries is Saturday, April 5, 2014.
Please find full press release containing details of guidelines and application processes attached.
Project Summary: The Texas Tech University System seeks to commission a professional artist to create site-specific exterior sculpture(s)to be placed outside the Biology Building as a part of the Biological Sciences Buildings Life Safety upgrades. Retrofitting of the building will be completed by April 2014. Submitting artists should consider views from the upper floors of the building, which is how occupants of the building’s offices and classrooms will also experience it, in addition to what they see at ground level. Water features are highly discouraged, but the selected artist may have an opportunity to collaborate with landscape architects for the project. Among relevant concepts to consider are evolution, life science, the “study of life,” physiology, interactivity and educational components. Artists should keep in mind that this is a diverse department that intentionally emphasizes breadth. Any concepts that may be considered polemic or political should be avoided.
Location: Lubbock, Texas
Budget: $77,000 (all inclusive)
Deadline: Monday, March 31, 2014, 3 p.m. (CDT)
City of Lewistown, MT: Art Call
The City of Lewistown, Montana is soliciting proposals for the sculptural centerpiece of a small park, “Trailhead Park”, currently under construction to improve access and visibility to the rapidly developing Lewistown Trail System. Proposals are due by 4 pm on April 1, 2014. Details on background, timing, funding, evaluation criteria, proposal requirements and supporting information are available to interested artists from Jim Chalmers, Chair, Lewistown Trails Coordinating Committee at: