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Keep Noblesville Beautiful Seeks Artists for Roundabout Sculpture

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Keep Noblesville Beautiful Seeks Artists for Roundabout Sculpture
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Keep Noblesville Beautiful (KNB) seeks artists to design, fabricate and install a sculpture celebrating the nautical and recreational legacy of Morse Reservoir through an roundabout sculpture at the intersection of Hague Road and Carrigan Road.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION:

Artists must submit their qualifications, work samples, and cover letter by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Mar 14th, 2021.

ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible to submit for this opportunity, artists must:

Be able to meet all of the project requirements (see below)
Be age 18 or over
Be willing to meet all contractual obligations and adhere to a strict budget and timeline
Carry personal liability insurance for the duration of the project (Nickel Plate Arts can provide a referral to an insurance provider if needed)

THIS PROJECT WILL REQUIRE:

Developing designs for an attractive sculpture to fit the existing concrete pad, footings, and landscaping. Designs will have to be approved by a committee of individuals representing Keep Noblesville Beautiful, the City of Noblesville and Nickel Plate Arts before fabrication.
Fabricate the sculpture and arrange for it to be delivered to the site
Supervise installation of the sculpture at the site. City of Noblesville staff and resources will be available to assist with installation.
Meet safety and engineering requirements identified by the City of Noblesville and/or any engineering consultants engaged by Keep Noblesville Beautiful

PROJECT BUDGET:

This project will carry a commission of $10,000 for design, fabrication and installation of the sculpture. This fee is to cover all of the artists’ compensation and anticipated expenses, including (but not limited to) design fees, steel, fabric, installation hardware, any other materials required for fabrication and installation, production and labor. Payment will be made in two installments: 1/2 will be paid to the artist at the beginning of the project, with the remaining 1/2 to be paid upon completion of the project. Please note that these payments can take up to 30 days to arrive.

Learn more and apply here.

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