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The City of Wichita Division of Arts and Cultural Services is establishing the Public Artist Registry as a necessary corollary for the Percent for Art Program. This database of qualified artists is intended to streamline the process of selecting artists and art consultants for cultural and public art projects. Improved access will ensure a more efficient process of vetting qualifications and assessing skill sets.
BUDGET: Varies by project
ELIGIBILITY: Self-identified artists with experience working on large-scale public projects
City staff will review applications for completeness and may reject incomplete applications. The City reserves the right to reject any and all submissions. The City may negotiate changes of any nature with any artist. The City, in its discretion, may terminate the Public Artist Registry at any point in time for its convenience. The City reserves the right to issue individual calls for public art projects as it may determine necessary. Although applicants should make their best faith effort to comply with the requirements outlined in this call for artists, the City may, in its discretion, waive non-compliance.
Inclusion on the Public Artist Registry is not an endorsement of the artist on the part of the City.
WHAT TO PROVIDE
HOW TO APPLY
Apply online here.
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