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Note: Seeking 10 mural artists
Portsmouth, Virginia, USA
SPPA (Support Portsmouth Public Art) is seeking submissions from local artists for the Wall Street Mural Festival, an event during which 10 murals will be painted over the course of three weekends.
Each mural is 12’x15′ with a budget of $1,100 for each mural. Additionally, two awards will be granted the day-of the festival including a People’s Choice Award (voted on by event spectators and donation based) and a $500 Juror’s Award.
Fairfax, VA pre-qualified mural artist pool
NOTE: No budget listed
4542 Forest Dr, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA
The Paint It, Fairfax! Murals program is open to established professional artists living in the Mid-Atlantic region. Artists residing in the DC Metropolitan Area and particularly in Fairfax County are encouraged to apply. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age. If submitting as a team, a professional artist must be the lead team member.
703-324-9300 | TTY 711
Pre-screened qualified artists will be eligible to compete for Paint It, Fairfax! mural projects.
Artists chosen for the database will be notified by CRS staff and will be placed on a mailing list for alerts regarding upcoming mural projects in the County’s CRDs/CRAs.
Artist criteria for each “Call for Artists” will be established and approved by CRS. The requirements will be published with the “Call for Artists” request. Muralists will be asked to submit their portfolio, resume, and any other relevant body of work that illustrates the artist’s capabilities. The criteria may be modified yearly at the discretion of CRS. Preference will be given to local and regional artists. This pre-screening process helps ensure that candidates meet the program’s minimum qualifications. It is possible for muralists not chosen for the database to still compete for specific projects through the program’s “Call for Project Submissions” process (see Appendix II).
Virginia Museum employment opportunities
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No fee to apply.
Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, Market Street, Virginia Beach, VA, USA
Art exhibition opportunity at the Sandler Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
The City of Virginia Beach’s Cultural Affairs Department offers a public exhibition opportunity for serious visual and fine craft artists exhibiting two-dimensional works. Exhibits are rotated on a quarterly basis. The Sandler Center for the Performing Arts Gallery is located on the second and third-floor lobbies. This location offers great exposure for artists seeking to reach local patrons and visitors to this multi-use facility.
Norfolk Private Partnership Public Art Match: $25,000
Norfolk, VA, USA
(Note: No Deadline, this is an ongoing opportunity)
The Norfolk Public Art Commission seeks to match funds up to $25,000 to create Public Private Partnerships to create public art in Norfolk, VA.
CONTEXT: Public art is a valuable tool for creating dynamic and sustainable places. Art displayed prominently at locations within the community serves as an effective tool for creating unique and diverse destinations. Public art can also bring added texture to otherwise indistinguishable areas. Funded by 1% of the City of Norfolk’s Capital Improvement budget, the Norfolk Public Art Program has been successfully commissioning public art for the past twelve years in downtown, parking garages, the zoo, light rail stations, community centers and a variety of other public spaces.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: We are seeking private commercial developers who want to enhance their development project with public art. The Norfolk Public Art Commission will match up to $25,000 for each project.
PROJECT SITE: Artwork must be placed within Norfolk city limits at the private development site where it can be experienced by the maximum number of people.
SIZE/MEDIA: Artwork size and materials will be determined by the project site(s). Artwork must be fabricated in durable, permanent materials that are safe and easily maintained. Artwork will become the property of the City of Norfolk and will be maintained by the City.
PROJECT FUNDS: The total budget for the completed artwork will be a minimum of $50,000 with $25,000 from City Public Art funds and $25,000 or more from the developer.
TO APPLY: All commercial developers and foundations are eligible. Please submit a letter of interest to Karen Rudd, City Hall, 810 Union St., Room 409 Marketing and Communications, Norfolk, Virginia 23510 or email email@example.com. Candidates will be interviewed prior to final selection. There is no fee to apply.
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