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Arts for Learning is seeking an artist or artist collective to work as an independent contractor/s to create new and original public artworks of which the design and inspiration must come from the community and through youth-led activities.
Project Overview: Student-inspired public art created through a Design Thinking process.
Project Goal: Execute two public art pieces in consultation with a group of high school artists.
Selected artist(s) will:
In the school
In the community
On your own
January 2018 – February 2018: Workshops with students
February 2018: Two community events
February – April 2018: Planning and building of artwork
May 2018: Completion of project and culminating event/project reveal
All-inclusive fee for time, materials, cost of installation, transportation (if necessary), and other related expenses – $5,000
To Apply for consideration:
Email a cover letter and resume detailing exhibition or installation experience as well as any art education experience to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include photos or websites of portfolio examples if possible. Please include the name of the project in your application.
Preference is given to artists in or near Jennings County.
Applications accepted through: January 2, 2018
Arts for Learning, The Indiana Affiliate of Young Audiences, Inc., empowers children to achieve their creative and intellectual potential through arts in education.
Arts for Learning gives Indiana students opportunities to engage in empowering art-related activities and experiences, sparking their curiosity and stimulating their minds. Our unique programs place professional artists in Indiana classrooms for performances, presentations, workshops, and other projects that connect kids with the power of art.
More info on Arts for Learning at: www.artsforlearningindiana.org
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