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Metro Nashville Arts Commission is seeking a professional artist or artist team to design, fabricate and install artwork(s) in the interior of the new Smith Springs Community Center. The artist will also be asked to provide a plan for community engagement. With a budget of $150,000, the project is an open call to artists who reside within a 350 miles radius of Nashville, TN. Artist will be required to submit qualifications including references, examples of work completed within the last 5 years and an artist resume. 3-5 semi-finalists will be invited to interview with the project selection panel where they will have the opportunity to voice more specific concept ideas for the project.
How to Apply
All applications must be completed online at the following link and are due on January 29, 2017 (Midnight Central Time.) The full Call to Artists can be accessed here.
We will host a webinar to discuss any questions artists might have on Thursday, January 12, 2017 from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (Central Time). An accessible link for the webinar will be posted to our website prior to the session.
Visit publicart.nashville.gov or https://mnac.submittable.com/submit/72048/smith-springs-community-interior-artwork for more information.
Please direct all questions and concerns related to this call via telephone or email:
615-862-6739 // firstname.lastname@example.org
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