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The Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial Association is seeking design proposals from professional artists to build a memorial to help the families and coworkers of this county’s officers tragically killed or seriously injured in the line of duty.
BUDGET: $150,000 (plus up to $75,000 for site prep and landscaping)
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists living within a 6-hour drive of Dayton, Ohio
DEADLINE: December 1, 2020
NOTE: This opportunity requires applicants to provide a concept sketch and narrative description of the artwork as part of the application process. Applicants are not compensated for this up-front design work.
The Memorial Association’s long term goal is to build a permanent outdoor memorial in honor of those whose ultimate sacrifice helped keep their communities safe. Its plan calls for this to be a unique, awe inspiring work of art that will ensure these fallen heroes are never forgotten.
The artists’ submissions will be judged by the Memorial Association’s Juried Arts Committee, a panel of jurors comprised of arts professionals and Association board members. After reviewing all the submitted materials the Committee will select three semi-finalists. Those artists will be compensated $1,500 each to further develop their designs, which should reflect any revisions suggested by the Committee. They will then present their revised designs to the Committee, including a detailed project budget. One artist will be selected to realize their proposal.
WHAT TO PROVIDE
Interested artists must submit the following (in the exact 1-5 order as indicated), combined together into a single .pdf file that does not exceed 20 MB, by December 1, 2020.
HOW TO APPLY
Upload materials via the online application form here.
QUESTIONS? Contact Steve King at firstname.lastname@example.org
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