National Opportunities

If you’re a local artist seeking public art opportunities outside of the area or across the country, you can always look here.

Boise City

Budget:

$200,000

Medium:

urban park artwork


Location:

Boise City, OK, USA


Deadline:

08.07.2019


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Boise City invites public artists to apply for an opportunity to join a project team to collaborate with and lead on the design and fabrication of public artwork(s) to be integrated into a new urban park in the Westside District of Downtown Boise

St. Louis

Budget:

$200,000

Medium:

two story wall artwork


Location:

Airport Terminal Services Inc, Lambert International Boulevard, St. Louis, MO, USA


Deadline:

08.26.2019


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2020 LEGACY PROJECT: REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
St. Louis Lambert International Airport (“the Airport”), owned and operated by the City of St. Louis, is seeking qualifications from artists and artist teams to create an original work of art for a highly visible two-story wall in the C-Concourse Checkpoint/Exit area of Terminal 1. The project coincides with the 100-year anniversary of aviation at the current Airport site. The project will provide a new focal point for visitors, passengers, and employees as the Airport celebrates its extensive past and bright future.

Littleton, CO

Budget:

$60,000

Medium:

permanent artwork to be placed in the interior lobby


Location:

Littleton, Colorado, USA


Deadline:

08.20.2019


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Recreation Complex [Littleton, CO] The SSPAC requests proposals for permanent artwork to be placed in the interior lobby of South Suburban Park and Recreation District’s (SSPRD) future Recreation Complex that is anticipated to open December 2020.

University of West Florida

Budget:

$1,000,000

Medium:

permanent public art


Location:

University of West Florida, University Parkway, Pensacola, FL, USA


Deadline:

08.16.2019


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Lab Sciences Annex –University of West Florida [Pensacola, FL] Through the state of Florida’s Art in State Buildings Program, the University of West Florida seeks proposals for existing or new public art to be installed permanently in or on the grounds of the Lab Sciences Annex currently under construction. Artists may submit work currently available for purchase or proposals for site-specific commissions.

Johnson Family Equine Hospital

Budget:

$138,000

Medium:

site-specific public artwork or series of artworks


Location:

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA


Deadline:

07.26.2019


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Johnson Family Equine Hospital [Fort Collins, CO] Qualifications are requested from artists and/or artist teams interested in creating a site-specific public artwork or series of artworks for Colorado State University’s new Johnson Family Equine Teaching Hospital.

Richmond Science Museum

Budget:

$1,000,000

Medium:

large-scale


Location:

science museum richmond virginia


Deadline:

10.18.2019


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Science Museum of Virginia [Richmond, VA] The Museum, located in the heart of Richmond, Virginia, USA is seeking requests for preliminary proposals from a qualified individual artist and/or artist teams to design an original, large-scale iconic exterior artwork reflecting the theme of science and the Museum’s mission. This project requires uncompensated completion of preliminary design(s) as part of the application process.
Budget: Up to $1M

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