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Mosaic or Mural Artwork Sought for Florida Utility Building

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Public Art; Visual - DEADLINE :  
Mosaic or Mural Artwork Sought for Florida Utility Building




The Clearwater Public Art & Design Program seeks an artist or artist team to develop artwork for the Clearwater Gas System (CGS) Utility Complex redevelopment. The complex is located north of Downtown Clearwater and serves as the main headquarters for the utility.

BUDGET:  $100,000

ELIGIBILITY:  Professional artists over 18 living in the United States

DEADLINE:  September 29, 2020

The west façades of buildings 3, 4, and 8 front the Pinellas Trail, a rail trail that stretches the entirety of Pinellas County, from Tarpon Springs in the north to St. Petersburg in the south. The trail is heavily utilized as a leisure and exercise corridor. Altogether, the three buildings have over 3,500 square-feet of eligible surface for a public art installation of a mosaic or mural.


  1. Professional resume (artist teams must submit resumes for each member)
  2. Letter of interest, outlining your interest in the project and a preliminary statement of approach
  3. A minimum of three (3) images is required with a maximum of six (6). Images of finished works or conceptual drawings can be submitted. Wherever possible, provide images of completed project to assure the selection panel of your ability to realize a public art project that will be completed and installed as designed.


Submit ONLINE ONLY through the CaFE system.

QUESTIONS?  Contact Christopher Hubbard, Cultural Affairs Coordinator, or (727) 562-4067



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