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Public Art Opportunities


Utah Public Art Program Opportunities

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OTHER PUBLIC ART OPPORTUNITIES IN UTAH

Summit County Public Art Advisory Board (“SCPAAB”) is seeking a service provider to provide a comprehensive and ongoing inventory of Summit County's Public Art collection of 20 major works of art.
Budget: $10,000 - Deadline: Friday, January 29, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. MST

Please note, projects marked with ⊗  indicates the artist(s) may be requested to supply uncompensated services to apply.

National & International Public Art Opportunities

The City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts & Culture’s Public Art Division is holding applications for our 2021 Public Art Pre-Qualified List. Applying for the Pre-Qualified List allows applicants to be selected for future projects. Inclusion in the pre-qualified list does not guarantee selection for a public art contract. Click here to apply for the 2021 Call for Public Art Qualifications: Public Artists or the 2021 Call for Public Art Qualifications: Support Services. Selected applicants will be recommended for pre-qualification for a three-year period. 
Deadline: January 18, 2021

The Victorian Square Temporary Art Program is a curated collection that will showcase regularly rotating installed art throughout downtown Sparks, Nevada. This program is designed to enhance the local environment and promote the understanding and enjoyment of public art by inviting artists to temporarily exhibit select works in,  selected areas.
Deadline: January 18, 2021

The Marquette Public Arts Commission (MPAC) is seeking a qualified artist or artist team to design and paint a site-specific artwork on the surface of the Hurley Park basketball court located in Marquette, Michigan. The commissioned mural aims to engage residents and become a point of community and neighborhood pride. 
Budget: $15,000 - Deadline: January 22, 2021

The South Salt Lake Arts Council and Utah Arts Alliance are excited to announce the Mural Fest 2021 Call for Artists. Qualified artists are invited to apply by submitting a Statement of Qualifications. The selected artists will be chosen to create artwork that contributes to the revitalization, social connectivity and economic vitality of South Salt Lake. 
Deadline: January 25, 2021

In accordance with Municipal Code 7.40, the Municipality of Anchorage is announcing a call for qualified artists to create artwork for Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility Treatment Facility in Eagle River, Alaska.
Budget: $107,000 -Deadline: January 25, 2021

The Bernalillo County Arts Board solicits a call for artists to propose conceptual sketch ideas for outdoor sculpture to be located along highly visible avenues and boulevards within Bernalillo County, New Mexico. Regional artists residing in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Arizona, Colorado and Texas are invited to propose conceptual mid-size sculptures. The project, aptly named “Outposts,” is conceived by the Bernalillo County Arts Board and evolved from an idea of combining the duality of the communities of Bernalillo County and the Southwestern region to include the co-existence of mountains and the valley, the urban and the rural communities, the monsoon season and the dry season and the ancient and modern cultures of the area. 
Budget: $25,000 - Deadline: January 29, 2021

STREETSPARK Call to Artists for Mural Designs. StreetSpark is a public art program located in Hamilton, Ohio in partnership with the Fitton Center for Creative Arts, the City of Hamilton and the Hamilton Community Foundation.
Deadline: January 31, 2021

Maimonides Medical Center presents a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a lead artist/s to work on a mural or public artwork to be displayed in a prominent location on the Maimonides campus in Brooklyn, New York. The artwork will serve as a tribute to over a century of individuals working together to serve our vibrant community and beyond. 
Prize: $15,000 - Deadline: January 31, 2021

The Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial Association represents 33 law enforcement agencies in southwest Ohio, including Dayton––and is seeking design proposals for a permanent outdoor memorial in honor of this county’s fallen officers. 
Budget: $150,000 - Deadline: February 1, 2021

The Johnson City Public Art Committee is seeking qualifications for an overpass mural project at I-26 and North Roan Street in Johnson City, TN. The mural design will address the theme Body and Earth in Motion, Wellness and Peace Within and will depict people engaging in physical activities in outdoor settings found throughout the city. 
Budget: $60,000 - Deadline: February 5, 2021

Northglenn Arts is conducting an open entry competition to select six sculptures, valued at no more than $32,500 each, to be part of Northglenn’s “Art on Parade” on-loan sculpture program. The selected pieces will be installed for a period of one year at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park surrounding Webster Lake in Northglenn, Colorado.
Deadline: February 5, 2021

The Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy (OACCE) announces a Percent for Art opportunity for Mann Rivera Renovation Project. This is a public art opportunity for the exterior perimeter wall of the Mann Rivera Center along Allegheny Avenue and 5th Street. The art could include a mosaic installation, mural, or other sculptural elements. Artists who live or work in the local community around Mann Rivera will be prioritized for this opportunity, but any artist may apply. 
Budget: $103,000 - Deadline: February 11, 2021

The City of Kansas City, Missouri One Percent for Art program seeks to commission a large-scale ceramics piece for the KCI Airport Check-In Hall that will advance the public understanding of visual art and enhance the quality of public places. The public art at KCI should reflect our City’s diverse demographics and should welcome travelers of all backgrounds to experience art in an inclusive environment. 
Budget: $400, 000 - Deadline: February 13, 2021

The City of Kansas City, Missouri One Percent for Art program seeks to commission an "experiential" installation for KCI Airport connector between new concourses that will advance the public understanding of visual art and enhance the quality of public places. The public art at KCI should reflect our City’s diverse demographics and should welcome travelers of all backgrounds to experience art in an inclusive environment. 
Budget: $350, 000 - Deadline: February 13, 2021

The City of Kansas City, Missouri One Percent for Art program seeks to commission an installation art piece for KCI Airport garage stairwells that will advance the public understanding of visual art and enhance the quality of public places. The public art at KCI should reflect our City’s diverse demographics and should welcome travelers of all backgrounds to experience art in an inclusive environment. 
Budget: $500, 000 - Deadline: February 13, 2021

The City of Kansas City, Missouri One Percent for Art program seeks to commission a lighting installation for KCI Airport arrivals roadway that will advance the public understanding of visual art and enhance the quality of public places. The public art at KCI should reflect our City’s diverse demographics and should welcome travelers of all backgrounds to experience art in an inclusive environment. 
Budget: $500, 000 - Deadline: February 13, 2021

The City of Loveland Art in Public Places Program seeks outddor sculpture to be placed in Downtown Loveland as part of The Art Advocacy Project (TAAP). Sculptors are encouraged to be a part of this one-year sculpture exhibition scheduled from May 2021-May 2022. Selected artists will be awarded an honorarium of $2,000. The installed artwork may be available for sale.
Deadline: February 15, 2021

The City of Sacramento, Sacramento Office of Arts + Culture (OAC), a division of the City of Sacramento Convention and Cultural Services Department, invites Artists and Artist teams to submit their qualifications for a new Gateway sculpture project at or near the intersection of Richards Blvd and North 12th Street. The project will welcome visitors to the River District and become an important threshold for vehicular traffic coming from Hwy 160 and traveling toward downtown Sacramento. 
Budget: $350,000 - Deadline: February 22, 2021

The City of Pompano Beach is looking to commission an artist/artist team to design and fabricate a sculpture that will be displayed at the beach for a one year. After a year, it will be submerged into the ocean and attached to Lady Luck in shipwreck Park. It will be the selected artist’s responsibility to sink and attach the sculpture.
Budget: $35,000 - Deadline: February 23, 2021

The Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for an artist/artist team to leave their mark and enhance the visual landscape and character of our community. This Request for Qualifications is for art that will be located on the East exterior wall of a new public parking structure located at Fourth Street and Coeur d’Alene Avenue in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The goal for the piece is to significantly beautify one of the primary pedestrian and vehicle passageways of the downtown core.
Deadline: February 26, 2021

University Health’s Salud-Arte: Art of Healing program seeks artists and artist teams to artfully enhance with original designs select locations/areas on twelve floors of the new Women’s & Children’s Hospital at University Health’s Medical Center campus. Designs will be printed on wall films, acrovyn, and/or other similar materials and be thoughtfully integrated within the architectural features of each floor. The building is set to open in early 2023. The commissioned artwork will thoughtfully respond to this unique context in a way consistent with the mission of University Health.
Budget: $120,000 - Deadline March 1, 2021

University Health’s Salud-Arte: Art of Healing program seeks an artist or artist team to artfully enhance the public elevator lobbies for Levels G-12 of the new Women’s & Children’s Hospital at University Hospital’s Medical Center campus. This includes designing and incorporating wayfinding signage in these spaces. The building is set to open in early 2023. The commissioned artwork will thoughtfully respond to this unique context in a way consistent with the mission of University Health.
Budget: $60,000 - Deadline: March 1, 2021

The City of Palm Desert, California, and the Palm Desert Art in Public Places Commission announce a major public art competition open to experienced artists residing in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
Budget: $125,000 - Deadline: March 15, 2021

The City of Palm Desert invites experienced artists who are interested in creating an artwork to be featured in the new roundabout at San Pablo and San Gorgonio avenues to submit their proposals to the city. The selected work for this major public art competition will be a focal point for a reimagined and revitalized San Pablo Avenue. 
Deadline: March 15, 2021

Please note, projects marked with ⊗  indicates the artist(s) may be requested to supply uncompensated services to apply.


 
 

Jim Glenn
Visual & Public Art Manager
801.245.7271