The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture is seeking video-based artworks that can be projected onto walls and structures throughout the cultural district in downtown Phoenix. The works should activate public spaces and pedestrian connections, and have the potential to create events along the light rail corridor. The projections will be part of “Cultural Connections,” a two-year program of free public art events and temporary installations that revitalize vacant, blighted, and under-utilized public and private spaces along the light rail corridor throughout downtown. The projects will be sited for maximum pedestrian accessibility and connectivity to cultural facilities, institutions and areas, such as Margaret T. Hance Park, Roosevelt Row, and the Phoenix Center for the Arts, to name several.
This project is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town Grant and is part of Cultural Connections, a temporary art series.
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Deadline: November 1, 2013
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