COURTS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1% FOR ART– INTERIOR The City of Oklahoma City has announced a call to artists for an interior work of public art for the new Courts Administration Building in downtown Oklahoma City. The interior artwork sought through this announcement is an opportunity for the selected artist to create a permanent installation piece that is highly visible and prominent inside the building over the interior grand entry staircase. The work can suspend from the ceiling and shall provide a beautiful, welcoming experience for those visiting the Courts Administration Building. The work can be made of glass, acrylic, certain metals, wood and other materials that will not require structural modification of the building. The work may be a suspended three-dimensional sculpture, mobile or kinetic artwork. The work will be viewed from both the interior and the exterior of the building, via large glass panels with southern light exposure.
DEADLINE: September 29, 2015 at 4PM
Registration on BidSync is free.
To learn more about this opportunity go to the City’s website: http://www.okc.gov/arts/FINALCourtsAdministration-RFQint_3_.pdf
Call for Artists/Request for Qualifications
Public Art at new Interstate – 70 Underpass, Vail, Colorado
The Town of Vail’s Art in Public Places (AIPP) invites professional artists to submit their qualifications and images of previously integrated public art projects for consideration at Vail’s new Interstate – 70 (I-70) Underpass. The total budget is $335,000 to commission public art for this project. AIPP has identified potential locations for this project including, but not limited to pedestrian railing design, a mural location, and a headlight glare screen. The selected artist(s) will work closely with the designers and Town of Vail design teams to create a cohesive pedestrian and vehicular experience where art complements design.
Ford Pool Public Art Project (Allen, Texas)
The City of Allen and the Allen Public Art Committee (PAC) invite artists or artist teams to submit qualifications for the design, fabrication and installation of mosaic artwork to support columns at Ford Pool. This project requires collaboration with the Prime Consultant and the Project Manager for the renovation.
Asnuntuck Community College, Campus Renovations – Enfield
Project Summary: Request for Qualifications (RFQ) – For an exterior sculptural work of art associated with the campus renovations. The project is open to both in-state and out-of-state artists with regional artists given priority in the selection process.
Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Gateway Community College (GCC) – New Haven
Project Summary: Request for Qualifications (RFQ) – For purchase and/or commission opportunities. The college is developing an art collection and will be considering a variety of new acquisitions, including, but not limited to, paintings, sculptures, and site-specific wayfinding installations throughout the new campus building. The project is open to both in-state and out-of-state artists.
Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU), Buley Library – New Haven
Project Summary: Request for Qualifications (RFQ) – For an exterior sculptural work for the recently renovated Buley Library. The project may include an interior opportunity that compliments the larger exterior installation. The project is open to both in-state and out-of-state artists.
Deadline: Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Since 2001, a total of 60 accomplished artists, writers, and composers have participated in the Artist-in-Residence program. Following a 10-day residency, each volunteers to lead a public outreach activity with visitors and to donate one piece of art to the program collection. For a two-year trial period beginning in 2016, the program will explore a preference for digital and performance-based donations rather than physical pieces for the program collection. Artists are challenged to create pieces for visitors that offer a fresh and innovative perspective of the park drawn from their own experience.