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Mid-Concourse Tunnel Mural Opportunity
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) invites artists and artist-led teams to submit qualifications for The New SLC Mid-Concourse Tunnel Mural Opportunity as part of the Airport Terminal Redevelopment Program—The New SLC.
The SLCDA is pleased to include four, 144-foot murals in the mid-concourse tunnel, a passenger walkway connecting terminals at The New SLC Airport. It will open in fall of 2020 with the completion of phase one of the Airport construction and will be the exclusive avenue for passengers to move in between two concourses for an estimated three years. Upon the completion of phase two construction, the temporary tunnel may transition to exclusive use by Airport staff.
PROJECT BUDGET: $119,000 for each artist for a total of two commissions.
DEADLINE: February 28, 2020 11:59 p.m. MDT.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: All applications must be submitted through the CaFÉ™ website. View the complete Request for Qualifications here.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS – MID CONCOURSE TUNNEL MURALS: All questions regarding this RFQ are to be directed to the SLCDA Communication Coordinator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please review the complete RFQ before emailing any questions. No phone calls please.
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