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The City of Kansas City, Missouri One Percent for Art program seeks to commission professional visual artists, or artist teams, to create public art to be placed in The New Single Terminal at KCI airport.
BUDGET: $5.65 million (total all commissions)
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists or artist teams, with all members over 18
DEADLINE: December 6, 2020
At just over one million square feet, the Kansas City International Airport Single Terminal is the largest single infrastructure project in the City’s history. It will have a profound and lasting economic impact on the region in the form of new jobs, opportunities for local and small businesses, and a first-class traveler experience for airport users.
Completion is estimated in Spring 2023, with 39 gates and the ability to expand to 50 in the future. The project will also include a seven-story 6,200-space parking structure along landside and airside improvements.
The New Single Terminal and Parking at KCI project will be part of Kansas City’s One Percent for Art program, which began in 1986 and now features over 45 works of public art. For more information click here.
Each opportunity has a different budget and requires a separate application. These are the first four of eight total opportunities to be announced.
Register for artist information sessions here. Sessions are Wed Oct 28th 5:30-7:00 p.m. CDT & Sat. Oct. 31st, 10:00-11:30 a.m. CDT. These sessions will be recorded and questions and answers resulting from these sessions will be provided.
WHAT TO PROVIDE
QUESTIONS? All questions must be in writing and submitted by November 1, 2020. Answers will be provided after November 7. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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