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The City of Portage, MI seeks proposals from qualified firms or persons to design, fabricate, and deliver a large-scale, site-specific art installation as a centerpiece for the Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists over 18 living in the United States
DEADLINE: October 30, 2020
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NOTE: This is a Request for Proposals. The application process requires up-front design work, for which the applicant will not be compensated.
The City of Portage seeks proposals from qualified firms or persons to design, fabricate, and deliver a large-scale, site-specific art installation as a centerpiece for the Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The selected work of art will be the focus for the design of the Park. The prominent location presents an opportunity for highly visible and vibrant artwork that honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and represents his messages. Art will be incorporated / displayed into an overall master plan design for the park that may include walking paths, seating areas, landscaping, and other passive amenities.
Applicants should have experience working within public settings, as well as proven ability to produce work on projects to be installed outdoors. Proposals should include a color depiction of the proposed work-of-art with dimensions and description of how the work relates to a message by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to commemorate his legacy.
QUESTIONS? Call Kathleen Hoyle, Director of Portage Parks and Recreation, email@example.com or 269- 329-4521.
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