Report ItReport It/report-it0
Map ItMap Ithttps://www.phoenix.gov/imap1
Pay ItPay It/pay-it0
Request City ServiceRequest City Service/request-service0
Find Public RecordsFind Public Records/pio/public-records0

National Public Art Opportunities

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Please send calls you wish posted to Jeanine Garcia at Jeanine.Garcia@phoenix.gov.  ​

​​Cincinnati​ Findlay Market Deadeline:  2/15/2015​  
ArtWorks, with the generous support from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile Jr. Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, invite artists residing in the United States to submit qualifications including relevant past work and a site-specific conceptual sketch for a public art installation at Cincinnati’s Findlay Market, Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati's most cherished institutions. The goal is to create an engaging, delightful, and memorable installation that enhances and compliments the iconic nature of Findlay Market. Budget:  $140,000.

Indio, CA - Entry Monument Signs Deadline:  2/17/2015​

The City of Indio, California is seeking artists for the creation of artwork, fabrication and installation of entry monument art pieces on three (3) selected intersections. The artwork shall be in a sculptural form or a combination of elements that create entry statements that could be viewed and enjoyed by the residents and visitors to the City of Festivals. The entry monuments are intended to enhance the City’s image and to compliment the City’s culture, history and activities that Indio has become known for.  Open to qualified Artists.  Budget:  $2,000 for each art dsign per location for three selected artists and  $80,000 - $100,000 for the proposed art work for each location including creation of the art piece(s), installation fabrication, site preparation, permit fees and any associated cost.​

Marian Anderson Rec. Center - Philadelphia Deadline: 2/19/2015​
The City of Philadelphia’s Percent for Art Program through the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE), in collaboration with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, announce a competition to commission a site-specific artwork at the forthcoming Urban Youth Academy at the Marian Anderson Recreation Center.  This commission is part of a $1.1 million facility expansion of the South Philadelphia recreation center.   Budget:  $11,000.

​Central New Mexico Community College Deadline:  2/19/2015​
The Art in Public Places Program of New Mexico Arts and the Local Selection Committee at Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) seek an artist or artist team to create a site-specific commission project on the CNM campus. The work will be situated at the center of the Main Campus, adjacent to major intersecting pedestrian walkways, the existing Student Resources Center, and a planned outdoor auditorium. Professional artists demonstrating a level of experience that is commensurate with the project scope and budget are invited to submit qualifications to this opportunity. A total of $120,000 is available for the project inclusive of all costs, taxes and fees.

Merriam, KS - Downtown Area Deadline:  2/20/2015

RFQ for five year placemaking initiative that will enhance public spaces in downtown Merrian and its environs.  Ast the inaugural project in this initiative, the City has dedicated $100,000 to commission an artist or artist team to design, produce and install compelling puclic art for a small downtown plaza (approximately 925 sq. ft.).  

Park City, UT - Library Entry RFP Deatline:  2/25/2015​​
Park City Public Art Advisory Board (PAAB) is seeking proposals from an artist or artist teams to create a site specific artwork that embodies the themes of community, information gathering, mountains, seasons and/or weather for the newly renovated Library Center Entry Hall. The PAAB is looking for proposals that may encompass the use of multi-media including but not limited to technology, sculptural elements and interactive aspects. Experience in creating large scale installations for public space is desired but not required. All mediums of art will be considered. Total project maximum is $60,000.00.

Sayracuse, NY - Connective Corridor Deadline:  3/1/2015​
The Connective Corridor in partnership with the Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts invites artists to submit letters of interest and qualifications, along with initial concepts, to be considered for the commission of permanent artwork to be installed at various sites along the Connective Corridor in Syracuse, NY.  Total funding:  $650,000 for an estimated six to ten installations.

2016 Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site-Specific Artist Installations Deadline:  6/17/2015

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site is currently accepting proposals for ​its 2016 season of site-specific artist installations. We've doubled our maximum funding from $7,500 to $15,000 per project. The deadline for proposals is June 17, 2015.



 

 

Notice of Proposed Taxes or FeesNotice of Proposed Taxes or Fees/law/public-notice-tax-and-fee-changes0
Phone DirectoryPhone Directory/phone-directory0
Shop PhoenixShop Phoenix/econdev/shop-phoenix0
AccessibilityAccessibility/accessibility0
Technical HelpTechnical Help/help0
Licensing and PermittingLicensing and Permitting/law/licensing-and-permitting-directory0
Media ResourcesMedia Resources/media-resources0
Security and Privacy StatementsSecurity and Privacy Statements/privacy0
Contact UsContact Us/contactus0