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The Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy (OACCE), the Office of Councilwoman Maria Quiñones-Sánchez and Rebuild announce a Percent for Art opportunity for a site-specific, community driven, piece of public art for the Mann Rivera Renovation Project. The art could include a mosaic installation, mural, or sculptural elements for the project’s perimeter wall.
ELIGIBILITY: (none specified)
DEADLINE: February 11, 2021
Optional artist application workshop: January 7, 2021 (register here)
The goals of this project are to commission a site-specific public art piece that is a true reflection of the people, culture, and community of Fairhill and to create a landmark work of art at this highly visible location in Philadelphia’s vibrant Fairhill neighborhood. Community input is a priority for this project and artist teams are encouraged to work with the public to align their proposal with the desires and feedback from the community.
Three to five (3-5) Semi-Finalists will be selected by a committee comprised of community members. Semi-Finalists will receive a $1000 stipend to cover the costs of producing their proposal including images, models, renderings, or other materials.
WHAT TO PROVIDE
To apply, please provide the following materials as a single Word or PDF document, or as a stapled printed document:
Title your digital document file as last name first name Info; for example: Smith_Jane_Info
HOW TO APPLY
You can apply in any ONE of the following ways:
QUESTIONS? Contact Margot Berg, Public Art Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
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