The Lawrence Cultural Arts Commission (LCAC), in collaboration with the Lawrence Police and Parks & Recreation Departments, is seeking professional artists or artist teams to develop innovative, original exterior art to be incorporated as part of the new Lawrence Police Department Headquarters site.
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists residing in the U.S.
DEADLINE: June 3, 2019
Construction of the new Lawrence Police Department Headquarters facility will begin during the summer of 2019. The facility will be constructed on an approximately 29.5 acre Open Space District site located at 5100 Overland Drive in Lawrence. The site includes the Police Headquarters facility, additional Police facilities, wooded areas and mixed-use park space. Park access will primarily include the Police Department, area neighborhoods, nearby Free State High School and the general public.
ANTICIPATED ART PROJECT SELECTION TIMELINE
The selection panel will comprise arts professionals familiar with the field of public art, community members, police representatives, design professionals and city staff. The panel will select a small group of finalists for interviews and to possibly develop proposals.
The criteria used by the panel will include:
Interested artists should enter and submit their application materials, listed below, online by midnight, Central Time, June 3, 2019. The online application form is here: https://lawrenceks.org/public-art/ and will include the following, which should be prepared in advance of filling out the online form.
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