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South Lamar Gateway RFQ deadline March 1

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Name of Call: South Lamar Gateway Public Art, Dallas, Texas

Budget: $63,000
Deadline: 3/1/17

The Public Art Program of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs requests the submission of qualifications to design, fabricate and install one permanent sculpture to be installed near the intersection of Pine Street and Lamar Street and one site-specific seating element ideally made of recycled, re-used, or redefined materials in keeping with the spirit of the redevelopment of the neighborhood. The bench can be part of the sculpture or stand alone. The sculpture and bench will serve as a gateway into the newly renovated South Lamar Street sculpture garden.

http://www.dallasculture.org/publicArt.asp

http://documents.ellipseinc.com/doccenter/artcenter/17781/SouthLamarRFQ_2.13.17.pdf

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City of Frisco Public Art Calls

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The City of Frisco, Texas has released calls for artists for fun and interactive site-specific artwork for 3 new parks.

http://www.ci.frisco.tx.us/1352/Calls-to-Artists

City of Frisco Public Art Program

RFQ #1711-019 Call to Artists Plum Creek Park

Deadline: Tuesday, December 27, 2016, 4:00 p.m. CST (Application received) Apply online at www.callforentry.org  PDF:  1711-019-final-call-to-artists-plum-creek


RFQ #1710-009 Call to Artists Ruff Range Dog Park

Deadline: Thursday, December 29, 2016, 4:00 p.m. CST (Application received) Apply online at www.callforentry.org  PDF: 1710-009-final-rfq-call-to-artists-ruff-range


RFQ #1710-008 Call to Artists Wranglers’ Range Neighborhood Park

Deadline: Wednesday, January 4, 2017, 4:00 p.m. CST (Application received) Apply online at www.callforentry.org  PDF:  1710-008-final-rfq-call-to-artist-wranglers-range


The City of Frisco Public Art Program promotes cultural, aesthetic and economic vitality in Frisco

by integrating the work of artists into public places, civic infrastructure and private development.

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Fort Worth Kroger Mural Project call for artists – new deadline Sept. 9

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Request for Qualifications – Fort Worth Kroger Mural Project

http://www.artsfortworth.org/projects-2/fort-worth-kroger-murals-2016/

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Fee: $0.00 Entry Deadline: 8/14/16 EXTENSION September 9, 2016

 

The Arts Council of Fort Worth, in partnership with Kroger Company, invites professional artists to submit qualifications for two indoor mural projects for new Kroger stores in north Fort Worth.  The new stores, located at 1653 Basswood Boulevard and 4750 West Bailey Boswell Road will open to the public in early November and December 2016, respectively.

Prominently displayed in interior public gathering areas as part of the Kroger Company’s commitment to involving artists in beautifying new stores in Fort Worth, the murals are expected to celebrate the spirit of community and the unique identity of the neighborhood and its surroundings. The murals will measure approximately 18’ wide by 5’ high and be fabricated on portable panels of a durable material that can be attached directly to the wall.

Artist Eligibility:  Professional artists, who live in North Texas, with the ability to design and fabricate a large scale mural are encouraged to respond to this Request for Qualifications.

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Two National Public Art Opportunities Open in Memphis

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The Memphis Urban Art Commission is accepting artist applications for two public art projects. These projects are open to all artists in the United States and will include sculptures and other public art pieces. Selection criteria will include previous experience with the design of exterior sculpture projects. The deadline to submit qualifications is May 20, 2016.

The John F. Kennedy Park call is open to any artist living in the United States and has a budget of $71,000. The integrative sculpture will enhance JFK Park and the Wolf River Greenway and will join two other existing projects along points of the greenway. The selection committee is interested in multiple public art pieces that will attract interest in the park and connect the park’s entrance to the greenway. These pieces should be able to withstand flood conditions.

The Army and Navy Parks opportunity has a budget of $90,500 and is open to any artist living in the United States. These historical parks near Central Station, a passenger railroad station in Memphis, are sites where many military said goodbye to family members before leaving for military service. The selection committee is looking for public art pieces for each park that will acknowledge the historical significance of the parks while also benefiting the nearby business corridor and providing visitors with the ability to interact with the art through tactile or auditory elements or other methods.

The requests for qualifications along with contact information for each are available on our website at http://www..org/open-projects/.

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Texas State University Moore Street Residential Building Public Art

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Texas State University Moore Street Residential Building Public Art

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Contact – For questions about the details of this call.
Hank Hancock
Project Manager
Skyline Art Services
hank@skylineartservices.com
Deadline 1/15/15
Budget: $358,508
Location: San Marcos, TX
Eligibility: International

Applicants will submit their materials through callforentry.org.

Texas State University invites professional artists, or artist teams, to submit qualifications to design and fabricate sculpture or sculptures for an exterior and/or interior public space on its campus in San Marcos, Texas. The site is a new residence hall complex, currently under construction on Moore Street.

The Moore Street residence hall complex serves undergraduate students at Texas State, nearly all of whom are freshmen. Their first experience of college life begins on this site, meeting new friends, and preparing for new and life-changing experiences, and meeting the challenge presented by new fields of knowledge and learning. At the west end of campus, the new building’s main entrance will face east toward the unique grounds of Texas State University, built into the hills above San Marcos, characterized by expansive use of brick, stone, and dozens of buildings joined together by stairways, ramps, and terraces. The campus also includes the headwaters of a stunningly clear and cold-spring fed San Marcos River. The area’s visually striking geology and ecology are unique to this part of Texas.

ELIGIBLITY

This public art commission is open to all professional artists or artist-led teams with experience in similar such projects.

As this is a Request for Qualifications, not a Request for Proposals, we are providing only an introductory look at the site with the rendering provided at this link: https://www.callforentry.org/fair_plans/2259.jpeg. The Texas State University Public Art Committee will provide complete plans to the artists that are invited to submit proposals, as described in Section 6 of the RFQ.

 

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