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CALL TO ARTISTS
Riverfront Interpretive Sculpture Jeffersonville, Indiana
Artists are invited to apply for a commission in Jeffersonville, Indiana to create a permanent,
outdoor sculptural artwork rich with river heritage. The area in which the sculpture will live is within 30
feet of our newly developed Fisherman’s Wharf Marina and the mighty Ohio River. The Jeffersonville
Public Art and Redevelopment Commissions are looking for a piece that celebrates the community’s
long history and connection to the Ohio River and is able to visually assist in telling ‘our story’. It is the
desire that the piece be visually stimulating during daylight hours as well as at night. The commission
desires work that creates a lively and welcoming corridor in an area that serves a diverse, ethnic and
multi-generational community. This opportunity is open to artists from the United States.
The honorarium is $30,000, inclusive of design, fabrication, delivery
and assistance during installation.
Deadline for concept submittals is July 20, 2018.
All submitted and complete applications will be subjected to a juried evaluation process.
There is no fee to apply.
For complete call to artists, go to www.jeffersonvilleart.com
For questions, contact:
Dawn Spyker| Public Art Program Administrator
City of Jeffersonville | Public Art Commission
Phone 812.280.4728| email email@example.com
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