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The Washington County Community Foundation, City of Salem and Washington County Historical Society have issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from an artist or artist team to design and implement a new public mural in Salem, Indiana. The artwork will be part of a larger master plan for a new pocket park designed by LAA Office and will be located adjacent to city hall and the town’s central square. Design and planning for this project have been funded by Indiana University’s Center for Rural Engagement and the Eskenazi School’s ServeDesign Center. Implementation funding has been generously provided by the Regional Opportunity Initiatives (ROI) Ready Communities Program.
Total project budget is $20,000 with $5,000 designated to the artist and/or artist team to cover design fees, insurance, and travel and lodging during all phases of the project. The remaining funds of $15,000 will be reserved for project expenses, materials, supplies and project implementation. These funds will be managed by the Washington County Community Foundation.
APPLICATIONS are due by February 15, 2021.
For more information, visit https://www.laaoffice.com/salem-public-mural-rfq. Submissions and inquiries can be sent to DANIEL@LAAOFFICE.COM.
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