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2020 and this season has been hard. Give us something that inspires us.
The Harrison Center is seeking submission concepts for our Hope-themed Display Windows.
Details for this year’s application process are below.
Location: Street level windows, Harrison Center, 1505 N. Delaware Street.
They face N Delaware St, 16th Street, and our back parking lot.
Selection Criteria: Designs will be selected based upon aesthetic design, visual impact on pedestrian and vehicular traffic, and appropriateness of content (should be appropriate for all audiences).
To be considered, entries must incorporate lights. The more the better!
Deadline for concept entries Friday, February 5th.
Artists notified of selection by Friday, February 12th.
Window installation begins: Monday, February 16th. Completed by Wednesday, March 3rd.
Window deinstallation: Last week of May.
Application instructions: Please give a written description of your concept and attach a mock up (sketch, photo, computer-generated image) of your window installation with as much detail as possible.
22 windows are available and range in size from approximately 39” x 36” x 34” to 55” x 36” x 14”. Power strips & light timers will be provided to each window, but artists should incorporate light into the design for the window.
No Battery powered or solar powered lights.
Upon acceptance, Artists will have 2 weeks to install their Display window starting October 19th. Please bring your own tools. We will provide a ladder to access the display window. Windows can be quite high depending where in the building.
Artists will receive $100 for completed window
The displays open on Friday, March 5th, 2021 and the displays will be up through May
LINK TO SUBMIT CONCEPTS: https://forms.gle/RjbxCG1G29dAcCeC6
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