The City of Knoxville’s Public Arts Committee invites artists (and artist teams) to submit a statement of qualifications for iconic, site-specific, permanently installed public art to be located in the public space, currently named Cradle of Country Music Park, located at the corner of Summit Hill Drive and Gay Street in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. Up to five (5) finalists will be selected to participate in a site visit, develop a proposal, and return for interviews. Coordination will be required with the selected landscape architect for site design in tandem with the artwork. The maximum project budget for artwork for this project is $500,000. Artists who have experience designing and completing projects with a similar budget and scope are encouraged to apply.
Deadline: January 16, 2018
Eligibility: Professional artists and artist teams over the age of 18.
For complete details and to view images of the site, download the full RFQ at the City of Knoxville’s website.
Submit applications via U.S. mail, hand-delivery, or electronically. For more information, contact Lisa Zenni, LZ@knoxalliance.com
© 2017 - Arts Council of Indianapolis - All Rights Reserved.
Disclaimer: The Arts Council of Indianapolis provides this database and website as a service to artists, arts organizations, and consumers alike. All information contained within the database and website was provided by the artists or arts organizations. No adjudication or selection process was used to develop this site or the artists and organizations featured. While the Arts Council of Indianapolis makes every effort to present accurate and reliable information on this site, it does not endorse, approve, or certify such information, nor does it guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, timeliness, or correct sequencing of such information.