CTA public art call

Professional artists are invited to submit qualifications for consideration of opportunities for permanent artwork at seven Chicago Transit Authority stations currently under renovation on the north branch of the Red Line.  These opportunties are open to all living artists, both emerging and established, with a background in two-dimensional and three-dimensional media and an interest in … Continue reading

Call for Public Art – Detroit

Access Arts is calling out to all artists, engineers, landscape architects, arts educators, and lovers of Detroit’s infinitely unique Belle Isle Park for our 6th Belle Isle Public Art Exhibit. We are accepting proposals that activate the landscape, explore the park’s history, engage people, and cause further exploration into the venue and its nuanced environments. … Continue reading

City of Seattle: Power and Sustainability Artist-in-Residence

Entry Deadline: 8/29/11 The Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with Seattle City Light, the city’s power utility, will commission one artist to be an artist-in-residence. The artist will study the utility’s energy conservation programs and develop a series of projects to bring awareness to conservation in innovative ways. The artist will also … Continue reading

Denver public art

Fee: $25.00 (Public Art Cherry Creek (PAAC)) Entry Deadline: 8/17/11 Colorado artists only Public Art Cherry Creek (PACC) The Cherry Creek Arts Festival Organization’s 501c3 non-profit mission is to provide access to art experiences and support art education. The home of the Arts Festival for the past twenty-one years has been the Cherry Creek North … Continue reading

City of Seattle: 2011 Civic Square Fencing

The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the Department of Finance and Administrative Services and Triad Development, seeks up to eight emerging artists to develop temporary large-scale, colorful panels from existing artwork in any two-dimensional medium. The panels will be attached to the fence surrounding the Civic Square construction site between … Continue reading