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The Tulsa Planning Office’s Arts & Culture planner is working on the behalf of the Tulsa Parking Authority to solicit qualifications from professional artists and designers wishing to design a public art installation for the Fourth Street garage (the Project Site).
Eligibility: Professional artists over 18, or teams with at least one professional visual artist
Deadline: March 3, 2020 5:00 p.m. C.S.T.
Download full RFQ with project images here.
The Parking Authority is investing considerable funds into the Project Site to reactivate its ground level. In conjunction with this reactivation, the Parking Authority is seeking to add a permanent, engaging, and interactive installation to the site’s façade. This Request for Qualifications seeks to identify up to five (5) professional artists who…
The primary available “canvas” for the art is the blank facade on the east and northeast corner of the facility.
YOUR APPROACH SHOULD…
ADDITIONALLY, THE INSTALLATION COULD…
The Tulsa Planning Office Arts & Culture planner and Tulsa Parking Authority are administering the artist selection process in partnership with key stakeholders. The selection process will occur in three phases.
During Phase 1, the Selection Committee will convene to evaluate artists’ qualifications. The Steering Committee may recommend to the Parking Authority that up to five finalists compete in a final presentation.
During Phase 2, finalist artists will develop and present Conceptual Design Reports to the Selection Committee. Each artist that produces a Conceptual Design Report in accordance with the Finalist Agreement will receive an honorarium of $3,000. The Selection Committee will convey its recommendations to the Parking Authority, who holds the authority to commission the artwork.
Phase 3 includes contract negotiations, execution, and the formation of long-term maintenance recommendations relating to the project.
Selection Committee & Parking Authority reserve the right to reject all qualifications or proposals.
WHAT TO SUBMIT
The following documents should be contained within both the electronic and paper qualifications:
HOW TO SUBMIT
Artists interested in being considered should submit their qualifications to the Arts & Culture planner no later than 5:00 PM CST Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020.
To be reviewed, qualifications must be shared with the Arts & Culture Planner in TWO formats:
QUESTIONS? Contact JT Paganelli, Planner – Arts & Culture Tulsa Planning Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, (918) 579-9455
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