The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture is looking for an artist to create a public artwork at the South Recycling and Disposal Station Rebuild Project site, located in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle. Deadline is July 9th, 2015. Click through for full information.
South Recycling and Disposal Station Rebuild
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) seeks an artist or artist team to develop a permanent or site-integrated artwork for the publicly accessible areas of the South Recycling and Disposal Station Rebuild Project site, located in the South Park neighborhood of Seattle.
This call is open to established professional artists or artist team who are residents of the United States.
Scope of Work
The selected artist or artist team will work with the community, city and SPU staff to create a site-specific, durable, artwork in the public area of interface between the new facility and the neighborhood, such as the walking path or eastern boundary of the site. The artist will be asked to consider the work and mission of SPU and the unique character of the surrounding neighborhood and create an artwork that provides a sense of place.
Applying artists will ideally have specific skills in designing, fabricating and installing artwork in permanent and durable materials.
11p.m., July 9, 2015 (Pacific Daylight Time).
Online application and guidelines available here.
www.seattle.gov/arts or Kelly Pajek, public art project manager, (206) 684-7311.
The artwork is funded by Seattle Public Utilities 1% for Art funds and administered by the Office of Arts & Culture.