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Request for Proposals
Mt. Vernon Mural Project Public Art
The Posey County Economic Development Partnership is seeking an artist or team of artists to create a public art mural to serve as the intersection for Mt. Vernon, Indiana’s attractions and Southwest Indiana’s entrance to Southeast Illinois. The location is a central location in the heart of Mt. Vernon located on the north side of the Rosenbaum building visible to commuters traveling South, East and West.
The Mt. Vernon Mural Project is an inspirational community project developed in collaboration with Mt. Vernon high school’s Innovation and Open Source Learning class and the Posey County Economic Development Partnership. The selected artist will be partnered with students from the Innovation and Open Source Learning program to refine mural design and paint mural. The project’s location is 311 N Main Street, Mt. Vernon, Indiana 47620. The Mt. Vernon Mural Project is an inspirational community project meant to bring all generations together to express a positive regional impact while embracing the city’s history and beauty. The mural will be highly visible during city events and will enhance the overall aesthetics of the downtown Mt. Vernon City area.
Please click the link for more information: https://www.artswin.org/gallery_calls/
Deadline for submissions: March 20, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. CST
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