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UNC Charlotte is accepting qualifications from professional artists, artist teams, or architects in response to the opportunity to create a commemorative space in Belk Plaza, between the front entrance of the Kennedy Building and the recently completed ellipse and fountain. The space is intended to memorialize the shootings of April 30, 2019 in which two students, Ellis Reed Parlier and Riley Howell, lost their lives and four students, Rami Alramadhan, Sean DeHart, Emily Houpt, and Drew Pescaro, were injured.
ELIGIBILITY: U.S.-based professional artists/artist teams/architects who have experience with public art project commissions over $280,000 in the past
ten (10) years and who have completed at least three commissions in the past ten years.
DEADLINE: December 2, 2020
Note: This opportunity carries a $10 application fee.
Memorial/Commemorative Space Criteria
Up to four finalists will be awarded a $5,000 honorarium to develop artwork/commemorative space pre-proposals and cover travel expenses and
other project related expenses including a contingency.
WHAT TO PROVIDE
HOW TO APPLY
Apply online only via Slideroom.
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