The Inglewood Arts Commission has allocated $50,000 for a Public Arts Education Program, guided by the Cultural Arts Master Plan’s Arts and Education Goals, to increase community arts appreciation and provide instruction for citizens and visitors. The City of Inglewood is seeking proposals from a team of arts professionals to research, develop and distribute educational materials about the Inglewood public art collection and other significant City architecture and cultural sites, for a general audience.
Teams consisting of a general arts writer, art educator, and/or cultural organization staff will:
• Research and develop content for community based art appreciation and instruction based on public art in Inglewood.
• Format and develop up to three platforms for experiencing public art for general audiences, all ages and multiple cultures.
• Distribute resulting digital materials online and to City libraries, schools and community centers.
Location: Inglewood, California
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Submissions due by October 23, 2013.