Milford Town Park Mural (Massachusetts) – Call For Artists
[Side Arts Certified Sponsored Listing] The Milford Cultural Council announces a call for artists to submit designs for the Milford Town Park Mural, to be included on the multipurpose training wall of a Fitness CourtⓇ this spring. The mural wall will be 32′ L x 7′ H in size and printed digitally on high quality anti-graffiti laminated vinyl. The front side of the Fitness Court training wall will also feature four small zones of artwork (“windows”) framing the Fitness Court usage and reference information.
Enter by: 12 January 2024
Artwork can be created in any medium; however, it must be submitted digitally. Artwork should promote positive, light-hearted imagery and represent local or regional values unique to the area. The goal is to share fun, vibrant, innovative artwork that tells the story of wellness and fitness in the community.
In addition to having the artwork available in Milford Town Park for years to come, the winning artist will receive a $5,000 grant after the Fitness Court is installed. Plus, the two side panels of the training wall will feature the selected artist’s headshot, logo, and a short bio/description of the work.
The winning artist will be joining a network of over 30 artists across the country who have participated in the public art aspect of the National Fitness Campaign. All winning artists are featured on the campaign website.
The 2024 Town Park Fitness Court mural project adds a new phase to the MCC’s ongoing Art in the Parks initiative, conducted in partnership with the Milford Parks Department and Highway Department.
About Milford Cultural Council
As a local partner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Milford Cultural Council seeks to promote excellence, inclusion, education, and diversity in the arts, humanities, and sciences to foster a rich cultural life for all Milford residents, thereby contributing to the vitality of the community and economy. The council is particularly interested in continuing to create public art as a means of enriching community spaces with color and beauty, creating spots for interaction and conversation, and helping bring all residents together.
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