Name of Call:
ICEHOUSE MURAL, LHUCA, Lubbock, Texas
The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) is seeking a qualified muralist or collaborative mural team to create an outdoor mural on the LHUCA campus in Lubbock, TX.
Name of Call:
Call for Artists: Seismique
NEW TECHNOLOGY-FUELED EXPERIENTIAL ART MUSEUM SEISMIQUE ANNOUNCES PUBLIC CALL FOR ARTISTS
THE FORTHCOMING INTERGALACTIC PLAYGROUND HAS SET ASIDE AS MANY AS 12 AREAS FOR LOCAL ARTISTS TO CREATE INDIVIDUALISTIC EXPRESSIONS OF SPACE-THEMED WONDER
HOUSTON – Seismique (seis • mick) – a first-to-market technology-fueled experiential art museum – has announced a public call for artists to submit proposals for unique design elements to fill out 10 to 12 of its upcoming galaxies (areas) spread across 40,000 square feet of permanent art museum space on Houston’s west side at 2306 South Highway 6 when it opens this fall.
As part of the call for artists, Seismique is looking to contract locally-based individuals from a diverse array of artistic pursuits, including but not limited to: Mixed Media, Illustrator, Sculpture, Paint, Tapestry, Video Artistry, Metalworking, Carpentry, Projection Mapping, Digital Fabrication, Programming, Application Designers, Animation, Mural, and Technologists.
Name of Call:
Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture (OKPOP), Tulsa, Oklahoma
The new OKPOP museum will be built and managed by the Oklahoma Historical Society and located in the Tulsa Arts District. The museum will be dedicated to the incredible history and creativity of Oklahoma’s people and the influence of those artists on popular culture around the world. The underlying theme of the museum will be “Crossroads of Creativity” and stories will include music, movies, radio, television, pop art, literature, theater, comics, humor, and Route 66. The museum will be located across the street from the historic Cain’s Ballroom, known to many as “the home of Bob Wills.” The ground floor of OKPOP will include the display of Bob Wills’ 1948 Flxible Clipper tour bus. The color gold is featured prominently in the museum’s design, influenced by the gold custom-made Fender Stratocaster famously presented in 1954 to Eldon Shamblin, guitarist for Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. OKPOP offers a significant opportunity for dynamic and visually impactful artwork. The area of interest for the public art is the interior lobby entrance space. Please see the attached images offering detailed views of potential locations for artwork. The architectural concept for the design of the museum is “grit and glitz.” The grit of the concrete and steel contrasts with the glitz of the illuminated metal panels. The grit connects with the Oklahoma work ethic, as evidenced by the state motto, “Labor Omnia Vincit” (“work conquers all things”). The glitz speaks to the excitement associated with Oklahoma’s creatives and their impact on popular culture. The committee is interested in engaging and interactive artwork that is contemporary and relevant to the overarching themes of the museum.
Fee: $40.00 (The Woodlands Arts Council Phase IV-B)
Entry Deadline: 3/31/20
The Woodlands Arts Council, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, invites local, national and international artists to apply for Phase IV-B Public Art Benches of The Woodlands Arts District, an outdoor permanent collection located in The Woodlands, Texas, USA. This Call to Artists is for FOUR (4) individual art benches in four separate locations.
Three (3) semi-finalists will be chosen for each bench location in a preliminary selection process. Each semi-finalist will receive a $300 stipend. One (1) finalist for each location will be chosen to construct an art bench; each of the four finalists will receive $8,000 for bench selected and installed.
The Woodlands, Texas is an award-winning, master-planned community of more than 100,000 residents. Located 40 miles north of Houston, The Woodlands has a strong history of public art.