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Call for Artists
Project Overview: Project Blank Space is a collaborative art installation located at the Girl Scouts’ Math & Science Center. The focus of the installation is stargazing, learning about constellations and observing clouds all the while inspiring creativity and facilitating dreams. It is a collaboration project between Arts for Learning (AFL), Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and Salesforce WIN.
Project Goal: To create an artistic stargazing area inspired by the ideas of the Girl Scouts’ troupes in Camp Delwood. The design must allow for participation by the girls and Salesforce employees.
Installation Artist will…
All-inclusive fee for time, materials, cost of installation and other related expenses is $3,200.
Sat, April 8, 9-4 PM: observe several troupes participate in a series of workshops in dance, art, and poetry
June 5, week of: presentation of prototypes
July, end of month: install art work; Salesforce volunteer day
TBD: culminating event
To Apply for consideration:
Email a cover letter and resume detailing exhibition or installation experience to Calle Tinkham at email@example.com.
Please include photos or websites of portfolio examples if possible.
Applications accepted through March 31, 2017.
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