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The Marquette Public Arts Commission (MPAC) is seeking a qualified artist or artist team to design and paint a site-specific artwork on the surface of the Hurley Park basketball court located in Marquette, Michigan.
ELIGIBILITY: Artists age 18 or over, eligible for legal work and living in the United States
DEADLINE: January 22nd, 2021 by 5:00pm EST
The commissioned mural will help revitalize the Hurley Park public basketball court facilities, engage residents and become a point of community and neighborhood pride.
MPAC is only soliciting the qualifications of interested vendors at this time. MPAC will review responses to this RFQ and select up to three finalists to submit design proposals. Finalists will be compensated $200 to present a full-color design comp for the court. Finalists will retain copyright to all sketches not selected.
WHAT TO PROVIDE
HOW TO APPLY
Read the full RFQ and then compile qualifications. They should be saved as a .pdf and sent to Marquette Public Arts Commission
Contact: Tiina Morin, Arts & Culture Manager, City of Marquette
All questions must be submitted three business days before the submission deadline of January 22nd, 2021
Contact Tiina Morin, Arts & Culture Manager, City of Marquette
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