The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo seeks to review qualifications of artist or artist teams who specialize in site specific public art installations.
Deadline: 28 Sept 2015
MacDonald Drive is a site that boasts strong cultural and historical significance and is situated on the edge of both the Athabasca and Snye rivers. Macdonald Drive is also the main artery to allow traffic into Canada’s largest community recreation facility, MacDonald Island Park. This site is highly visible from Fort McMurray’s largest transportation and pedestrian bridge that passes over the Athabasca river connecting downtown Fort McMurray to its urban neighbourhoods. This project is funded by the percent for art reserve fund as per Municipal Public Art Policy (PRL-160).
The MacDonald Drive Project is open to local, national, and international artists.
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) intends to commission an artist or artist team to design and install the regions first large scale public art piece that showcases Wood Buffalo’s vibrant culture, rich heritage and natural beauty. Being situated in the Northern Hemisphere, lighting elements are essential in order to exhibit the piece during the dark winter months. In addition to this, artists and artist teams are encouraged to focus on designs that offer community engagement opportunities during the creation and/or fabrication of the design.
Applicants to the MacDonald Island Park Project will be subject to a 3 phase selection process:
- Phase 1: Request for Qualifications – Artists and artist teams have 3 weeks to submit qualifications for review by a Public Art Selection Panel.
- Phase 2: Request for Proposals – Three successful applicants will enter into a design competition and will be awarded 4 weeks to submit a proposal for the project.
- Phase 3: Public Review and Voting – Design proposals will be circulated for public review and voting over 3 weeks. Feedback from the public will be used in the scoring process for the final selection panel evaluation of the proposals.
Total Awarded Budget: $250,000.00 (CAD Inclusive)
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) is a government organizations that aims to provide a balanced future with opportunity for all. The RMWB seeks to continually improve the quality of life within our communities by providing valued services.
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This is a Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from the City of Langley Recreation, Culture, and Community Services Department seeking a professional artist or artist team for 3 pieces of artwork for the new Timms Community Centre.
Deadline: 9 Sept 2015
1. Fence – This public art project will be highly visible from Douglas Crescent by both pedestrians and motorists. Inspired by the theme of “motion” the artwork will anticipate the rich history of the City of Langley, the community diversity and the various uses of the combined facility.
The artwork can be attached to the fence structure or applied directly onto the fence.
The project budget is $15,000, inclusive of all costs including artist fees, design, materials, insurance, all engineering expenses, fabrication, delivery, installation, travel, and taxes.
2. Exterior Wall, North Entrance – This public art project will be highly visible from both Fraser Highway and 204th Street by pedestrians and motorists. It will be one of the first impressions the public will have of the facility as they arrive into the building. Inspired by the theme of “motion” the artwork will anticipate the rich history of the City of Langley, the community diversity and the various uses of the combined facility.
The artwork can be attached directly to the outside of the building.
The project budget is $30,000, inclusive of all costs including artist fees, design, materials, insurance, all engineering expenses, fabrication, delivery, installation, travel, and taxes.
3. Interior Wall of Atrium – This public art project will be highly visible within the main lobby of the facility from both the first and second floors due to the open nature of the area. The lobby is the arrival point for the new Timms Community Centre, Fraser Valley Regional Library and Langley City Hall.
The artwork can be attached to the interior structure of the atrium. The artwork will be compatible with various uses of the floor space including art shows, intimate concerts, public gatherings and thoroughfare.
The project budget is $25,000 – $40,000, inclusive of all costs including artist fees, design, materials, insurance, all engineering expenses, fabrication, delivery, installation, travel, and taxes.
The new Timms Community Centre will serve as a community and cultural hub where residents can come together to access group activities, health and fitness opportunities, public information and community resources. A truly integrated facility, it draws together three primary users – Langley City Hall, Fraser Valley Regional Library and Timms Community Centre – into a single, active and inviting Civic Facility.
Offering programs that will benefit youth, seniors, families, new immigrants and persons with disabilities, Timms Community Centre will attract regular and new visitors, encourage participation and social integration and become a vibrant focus for community pride. It will act as a potential catalyst for future development in the downtown core and will promote the well-being of the citizens of Langley through easily accessible and safe exercise facilities.
Influencing positive health outcomes through active living, we envision this facility as the civic heart of our community – a
go-to-place to meet, engage, connect, learn, celebrate, and be active together.
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Art in Public Places Knoxville (AIPPK), now in its 9th year, is a featured presentation of Dogwood Arts. In partnership with the City of Knoxville, Art in Public Places Knoxville is a juried exhibition of large-scale sculptures created by exceptional local, regional and national artists.
Deadline: 29 Jan 2016
The 2016-2017 Exhibition will feature up to twenty (20) sculptures. The selected works will be exhibited from April 1, 2016 to March 10, 2017. oVER $30,000 in awards and stipends will be granted to artists.
- January 22, 2016: Early Application Deadline [$35 fee]
- January 29, 2016: Late Application Deadline [$45 fee]
Art In Public Places beautifies our streetscapes, contributes to civic pride, and identifies Knoxville as a growing arts destination. By displaying sculptures outdoors, we celebrate not only the art but our natural beauty during this year-round exhibition. 15 million residents and visitors will be exposed to the selected sculptures.
Awards and stipends:
- $3,000: Best of Show
- $2,000: 2nd Place
- $1,000: 3rd Place
- $1,000: People’s Choice Award
- $500: Two (2) Honorable Mention awards
In addition, all finalists whose works are installed will receive a stipend of $1,500.
Dogwood Arts is a 12-month celebration of the thousands of artists who share their talents and of our mission to promote and celebrate the region’s arts, culture, and natural beauty. And whether you call this great city of Knoxville home, or you have joined us from hundreds of miles away, we welcome you and hope you will join us in exploring all that Dogwood Arts has to offer!
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The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will spearhead the selection process for integral art that will enhance the new Chelsea Commuter Rail station, which will be located adjacent to new Downtown Chelsea Bus Rapid Transit stop.
Deadline: 24 Aug 2015
Up to four artists will be compensated $17.5K each by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority to create the artwork for the porcelain enamel panels and possibly other elements, that will be fabricated and installed by the contractor as part of station construction. The artists will work with project design consultant team and contractor as needed. The selection committee may choose to select either a single artist or multiple artists and to require that multiple artists work on a common theme.
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Two public art commission opportunities are available for artists residing in the United States. One is a large interior wall project and the other is an outdoor bike rack project.
Deadline: 7 Jul 2015
$130,000 is available for the artist or team selected to create the large wall project; and $30,000 is available for the artist or team selected to create the bike racks.
Forecast Public Art, a nonprofit established in 1978, is a leader in the public art field. We provide artists and communities with services, as well as information resources valued by professionals in the field internationally.
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